Reported in the Flooding or standing water on road category anonymously at 16:29, Sun 30 November 2014
Sent to Warwickshire County Council 1 minute later
Just to the Tanworth-in-Arden side of the low point of Vicarage Hill, there is a drain cover on the left side of the road when heading south, that continually overflows when it rains, allowing the water to run down the hill, where it accumulates and freezes just at the lowest, fastest part of the hill, which is also on a bend. Every winter, cars skid off the road at this point because of this overflow.
Still open, via questionnaire, 18:01, Sun 28 December 2014
Now the hard frosts are here, the foot of Vicarage Hill is a skating rink as it is every winter. Who will be the first driver of the year to go skidding off the road...???
Posted anonymously at 18:01, Sun 28 December 2014
Still open, via questionnaire, 18:35, Sun 25 January 2015
Still the same, as it was last year, and the year before, and the year before.....
Posted anonymously at 18:35, Sun 25 January 2015
Still open, via questionnaire, 19:17, Sun 22 February 2015
Posted anonymously at 19:17, Sun 22 February 2015
Still open, via questionnaire, 20:04, Sun 22 March 2015
No contact. No work. Nothing. Pretty par for the course for Stratford Council. No comparison to service received by Solihull.
Posted anonymously at 20:04, Sun 22 March 2015
State changed to: Closed
Updated by an administrator at 11:06, Thu 15 March 2018
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