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The barrier at the end of Bourne End Lane and other issues ......

A member of Hertfordshire Highways met with Gordon Rolfe, Chris Mabley and John Mawer on Thursday of this week regarding the development at Bourne End Mills.  A number of issues were discussed, not least the importance of separating traffic between Upper Bourne End Lane and Bourne End Lane yet allowing pedestrian access.
·The separation of traffic including motorbikes was seen as one of the fundamentals of the project from the outset.  There was no disagreement on this and an acceptance that bollards were not an adequate solution.
·The prospect of moving the turning head back more towards Bourne End Lane had a number of advantages.  It would, ocreate an more rural feel by introducing a green area between the industrial and residential areas; oIncrease the separation to the point that Bourne End Lane would not be visible from the other side of the barrier; oand create an open area for the village and improved outlook for the new houses.

·There will be an increase in pedestrian traffic in Bo…

Important events on the horizon .............................

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On Friday 21st October the AGMs for both Bourne End Village Association and the Village Hall Committee will take place in the Village Hall, starting at 8.00 pm.  Make sure you are there to hear about what's been happening in your village, to express your views, to volunteer to get involved, or just meet others in the village.  
Wine and cheese will be available to encourage you!
On Saturday 29th October it's our Halloween Party.  You will be by now have received a flyer.  Make sure you get your tickets soon...