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Road works – The Golden Triangle

Tuesday 21st February, 2017

The Bridgwater Chamber has canvassed the majority of the traders within the Golden Triangle area of Wylds Road and East Quay and have heard horrific stories of how the road works instigated by EDF have nearly devastated their business.

To this end we have tried to get all relevant parties related to the project and based within the project to join a meeting to discuss how we can make this situation better for all concerned, whether it’s a slight redesign, better sign posting or help with signposting as to how they can mitigate their losses. The event is being kindly hosted at the town council Charter house and is scheduled for Thursday the 23rd February start time at 6.00. This event is not designed to be a shouting match, but explore ways we can all help. This is an invite only event. Contact [email protected] if you have been effected by this and missed the recent canvassing of this event.

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