Reported anonymously at 20:12, Tue 9 October 2018
Sent to Wycombe District Council 3 minutes later
Where a gent died a few months ago there is a shrine of flowers, candles, a cross. This is very distracting as often items fall towards the footpath and road. Hazardous
More, brighter lights have been added along with a very large marble cross. When someone "tends" to this unauthorised shrine they block the road with hazard lights on.This is on a bend on a very fast moving road. Some other poor souls will end up having an accident.
Posted anonymously at 10:44, Sun 28 October 2018
There are now flashig/striving lights in place. Major driver distraction on a fast road ,on a bend.
Posted anonymously at 01:06, Wed 7 November 2018
Still open, via questionnaire
More additions! many years ago a smaller shrine was removed from dashwood hill as it was distracting. this is worse especially when a car parks blocking the pavement, on a bend.
Posted anonymously at 23:10, Tue 20 November 2018
Just being ignored!! Please understand this is on a VERY FAST MAIN ROAD, also ON A BEND, BRIGHT LIGHTS, MAJOR DISTRACTION
Posted anonymously at 19:24, Tue 4 December 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 07:39, Wed 5 December 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 08:45, Wed 2 January 2019
I would hope this shrine would actually be a warning to other drivers and motor bike riders to slow down and be more careful. Does anyone object to council signs saying "5 deaths on this road in the last 3 years, please be careful". ?
Posted anonymously at 16:45, Sun 6 January 2019
Flashing red lights are only to be used by emergency services. Not for any other purpose. Even more obvious now the hedgerow has been hacked. Is it safe for people "tending" the shrine to park on the bend of an A road? Another accident waiting to happen.
Posted anonymously at 00:38, Mon 7 January 2019
The need for a 'shrine' is understandable. However this sort of thing has been for a limited time in the past. If it is permitted to stay indefinitely, it would set a precedent for others who may wish to create something larger, more brightly lit, less tasteful or more permanent. It does not seem to be a good idea to permit people to reserve small (or large) patches of the road verges for their own purposes, however understandable the motives.
Posted anonymously at 21:53, Sat 12 January 2019
Nothing has been done, It is more dangerous than ever as the trees and hedges have been oblitorated
Posted anonymously at 23:49, Mon 28 January 2019
Still open, via questionnaire, 11:39, Wed 30 January 2019
This shrine is large and causes a distraction at night. This is a dangerous stretch of road as identified by Safer Roads. A respectful amount of time has passed since the accident and the shrine should now be removed for safety reasons.
Posted by Allison Finn at 23:09, Mon 25 February 2019
Posted anonymously at 20:32, Mon 8 April 2019
Still there and even more of an eyesore
Posted anonymously at 22:52, Tue 14 May 2019
Its been there for 9 months now, It is no longer being tended and is just a mess. NOW can it be removed? The verges could do with cutting too. difficult to see farm traffic emerging from the field
Posted anonymously at 21:07, Sat 1 June 2019
Now 10 months. No one is tending it, it is an eyesore. You have !o pay to have a memorial in a cemetery, Why is this still permitted...........
Posted anonymously at 18:17, Fri 14 June 2019
11 months now
Posted anonymously at 20:17, Fri 19 July 2019
This is still in place and has been increased almost 5 fold!. large shrubs have been planted and there are many lights of differing colours. the incident occurred friday the 3rd of august 2018..
This needs to be removed. 3 people were seen digging round the area recently
Posted anonymously at 11:51, Wed 4 December 2019
Come on, this needs to be removed, it is getting bigger and more of a distraction. shrines such as these cannot be legal on council.national trust land surely
Posted anonymously at 10:46, Mon 27 January 2020
More plants, trees and lanterns. BIG distratcion!
Posted anonymously at 20:03, Sat 29 February 2020
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