The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: April 2016
From time to time most of us will have encountered congestion in our High Street. We have just learnt that the Cheshire West Area Highway team are to introduce an experimental one way system in some of the more congested villages in the CWaC area; in Tattenhall this experiment will take place in the week beginning Monday 4th April.
Tattenhall High Street will become one way from The Letters (the junction of Burwardsley Road/Chester Road and the High Street), right the way down to the T Junction at the Beehive/1836.
When asked how Tattenhall residents might be expected to travel in the opposite direction, a CWaC spokesperson suggested that motorists could either use Rocky Lane, then Bolesworth Road, turning left on to Dark Lane and then returning to the village on the Burwardsley Road or travel along Frog Lane, turning right on to the A41 and then turning right on to Chester Road and back into the village via Gatesheath.
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