Due to burst water main repairs, there will be two-way traffic signals on Chapel Lane (between the railway line and Moorbridge Road) from 09:30 until 16:00 on Saturday the 27th of October. Please see the attached document for further information.
The roads 50m either side of the level crossing at the intersection of Chapel Lane and Kirk Hill will be closed overnight from 22:00 on Wednesday the 28th of November until 06:00 on Thursday the 29th of November. Please see the attached document for more information. UPDATED 7/11/2018 with map of diversion route.
There will be 3-way traffic signals at the junction of Long Acre and Market Street, from Monday the 15th until Wednesday the 17th of October.
Please see the attached document.
Bingham is part a growing #WDYT National Campaign that is helping High Streets increase their footfall through digital activity.
#WDYT is a marketing campaign to help promote a town centre and businesses. It’s a great way to share the great things in Bingham and in your business. It’s a campaign that is helping to reinvigorate high streets, it’s fun, it’s easy and we would love you to get involved. Even if you have a limited knowledge of social media and technology you can take part.
#WDYT is holding a drop-in session on the 27th of October at Number Sixteen (Picture Cafe) from 9am-11am.
For more information, please see the Bingham Drop-in page on the #WDYT website.
For information on events in and around Bingham to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One, please visit out World War 1 Centenary page.
World War 1 Centenary Page
The following roads will be closed from 7:00pm on Friday the 26th of October until 7:00pm on Sunday the 28th of October due to maintenance works: Tithby Road, Tithby, from its junction with A52 Bingham Bypass, Bingham to its junction with Bingham Road, Wiverton, Tithby. Bingham Road, Wiverton, Tithby, from its junction with Tithby Road, …
Please see the attached document. UPDATE 10/10/2018: final certificate now attached.
The fallen trees from Storm Ali have now been cleared away. However, the Tithby Road steps from and to the Linear Walk will remain closed, until the damage they sustained from the trees falling, has been repaired. Other than this point of access, the Linear Walk is open for all to enjoy.