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Loose kerb stones opposite a grade 1 listed church causing a tripping hazard.

Reported anonymously at 10:36, Mon 13 May 2019

These kerb stones are continually being knocked out and dislodged by a number of heavy vehicles (including refuse collection vehicles) that navigate a narrow corner and always drive over the corner kerb. The dislodged stones are a tripping hazard for the many people who walk down Church Street. The church is in constant use and open to visitors every day. It is also a venue for exhibitions and concerts in addition to church services, weddings and funerals. It needs to be repaired with a metal kerb as this is a constant problem and previous repairs last only a matter of a few weeks. The church will be open during Oxford Art Weeks from Saturday 18th until Monday 27th May.



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