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Published by West Berkshire Education Business Partnership in [U.K] .
Written in English

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Produced in association with Costain Civil Engineering Limited, Mott Macdonald, Newbury District Council and The Newbury Weekly News.

Statementproduced by West Berkshire Education Business Partnership.
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Open LibraryOL17282349M

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The Newbury Bypass is a grade separated dual carriageway bypass of Newbury, replaced a significant bottleneck on the A34 between Winchester and Oxford and was the last bypass on the route to be built, opening in November The bypass was plagued with environmental concerns and road protesters, which delayed the public enquiry and its subsequent Burghclere. Jul 14,  · Fifteen years ago, like many people in Oxford and indeed up and down the country, I took part in the Newbury Bypass anti-roads campaign. I was there with my bardic hat on, playing tunes and songs to inspire those with a better head for heights than me fend off the bailiffs. Feb 03,  · The story of the battle to stop the building of the Newbury Bypass, told from the ac Skip navigation Tales of Resistance - The Battle of the Newbury Bypass Kino Kast Newbury | One. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.

"I'm devastated. The opening of the road was the most awful day of my life, but the protests at Newbury stopped the Salisbury bypass being built and made government cut its roadbuilding plans." Janet, a local resident The Newbury Bypass finally opened in secret at am on Monday. The Newbury bypass, officially known as The Winchester-Preston Trunk Road, is a 9-mile stretch of dual carriageway road which bypasses the town of Newbury in Berkshire, England. It is located to the west of the town and forms part of the A34 road. It opened in. It continues south as the straightest (western) part of the Oxford Ring Road, crossing the River Thames on the A34 Road Bridge. It then bypasses Abingdon, Didcot, and Newbury before finishing at the southern Winchester turning of the M3 motorway, junction 9. This part of the A34 forms the E05 European route. It is a dual carriageway imeldaclyde.comy: Between Oxford and Birmingham is the A44 and . When the Newbury Bypass was opened in , the old route through Newbury became part of the A and the B The long planned and often postponed Alderley Edge bypass was completed in November , ahead of schedule and within the £52 million budget. [10].