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Following a trial period earlier this year, Church Minshull Parish Council will hold an open meeting to discuss the proposal of installing permanent traffic signals at the canal bridge, on Cross Lane.

Cheshire East Leader, Michael Jones and Cheshire East Highways, Programme Manager, Pryce Evans, will be on hand to answer questions on the subject.

A temporary traffic light scheme was installed in February, this year for a trial period of 13 weeks to evaluate the impact on traffic speed, volume and road safety.

The Meeting will be held in St Bartholomew's Church on Tuesday, 9th September at 7:30pm.

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