Pedestrianisation in Burnham-on-Sea

Town councillors will have a marquee in Burnham-On-Sea’s High Street on Saturday (July 11th) where they will be seeking people’s views on the temporary pedestrianisation of the High Street.

It comes after a meeting of Burnham and Highbridge Town Council’s Town Improvements Committee last week when councillors extended the pedestrianisation scheme until July 15th and agreed to seek the opinions of businesses and shoppers.

They want to get feedback on the street safety measures put in place, including the one-way road changes, that are in place to help people maintain social distancing in the town centre.

Town councillors will be in Burnham High Street speaking with people and gathering feedback on the scheme ahead of a meeting later in July when they will consider how long the plans will remain in place.

If you are unable to speak with a councillor, you can access the short questionnaire here.

 

 
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