Fix My Road

The Coalition Government has given Wiltshire more than £6 million to fill in potholes and repair local roads, as part of a massive investment across the country to build a stronger economy.

Duncan needs your help to make sure the Council spends this money where it's needed most. Please be as specific as possible about the location of potholes.

Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.


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  • answered 2015-03-03 07:40:27 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: Halifax Road, Bowerhill, Melksham. The stretch from Anson Grove to Bowerhill Primary School is one continuous row of potholes.
  • answered 2015-02-19 16:40:43 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: I would tell you but you and all the other Lib Dems are useless. You got into bed with the Torys to grip power. Clegg is a shambles and even a Labour government would be better than you lot.
  • answered 2015-02-10 10:46:49 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: A363 through Farleigh Wick.
    The condition of the road has much deteriorated in the last ten years, yet the volume of traffic has increased significantly.
    From Bath the a363 has been well attended to by BANES and a quiet surface is used to help overcome the increased traffic noise. As the road reaches the Wiltshire border however, the road condition becomes poor.
    We have large animals kept in fields with footpaths through along side this road that are often ‘spooked’ by large lorries hitting the uneven surface. This is dangerous.
    Wiltshire council needs to attend to this road, renewing with the quiet surface that is used through the BANES Sally in the woods section please.
  • answered 2015-02-09 16:36:56 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: The noise of the road A363 is terrible due to the condition/state of the road. We live directly along side this road and with all the new houses being built in and around Trowbridge the majority of them commute past our property, at times with the large lorries the windows shake, this starts from 6.30am until 11pm resurfing this road may help with the noise. The condition of the road is bad.
  • answered 2015-02-09 11:12:52 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: A363. From the county boundary with BANES at the top of Sally In The Woods by the turning to Monkton Farleigh all the way through Farleigh Wick to the entrance to Cumberwell Golf Course. This road surface has badly broken up along this stretch and is both dangerous and excessively noisy as a result.
  • answered 2015-01-30 12:00:17 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: A363 Bath to Bradford-on-Avon.
    Crossing the county boundary from Bath & NE Somerset into Wiltshire reminds you of the former border crossing into East Germany, The condition of the road on the Wiltshire side is an absolute disgrace.
  • answered 2014-12-27 21:47:17 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: Forest Road, Melksham, going up forest hill, right in the middle of the road just before the top of the hill there is a huge hole that needs sorting out.

    If this one does get filled in then this would prove Hames is useful for something, other than voting to keep the hated bedroom tax going and steal from the poor as usual.
  • answered 2014-12-24 15:25:07 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: Outside 282 and 283 The Common Holt about 400 yds from your home. Trucks going past at 40 mph at dead of night brought down front room ceiling as they bounce in the potholes. Come and have a look. Keen to meet to discuss liberalism, me, 1974 and what went wrong with student loans. What does Andrew think about Dad’s pledge?
  • answered 2014-12-18 07:43:43 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: Single dangerous pot-hole in the centre of Budbury Tyning at the intersection with Winsley Road, BOA. Prevents smooth access into the cul-de-sac especially when turning across traffic in Bath direction.
  • answered 2014-12-17 14:10:06 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: Chippenham
    Outside the Hathaway medical centre as if you were heading towards bumpers farm roundabout from town, the road is just crumbling and falling apart meaning it is a nasty pothole to drive over or if you’re turning into the surgery, your tyres skid where the road gives way underneath you. It was only recently patched over and within days of the work it crumbled away again
  • answered 2014-12-15 13:37:18 +0000
    Q: Tell Duncan which roads need fixing. Please provide as much detail as possible.
    A: Does this include footpaths, I wonder. The state of the footpath which runs adjacent to the playing field in Holt is, and has been for years, appalling. It is also very narrow, and one day someone with slip or trip and end up under a car. I certainly wouldn’t dream of walking along it with a child in a pushchair – or indeed with a child at all – and certainly not after dark. But maybe the funds are only for road repairs?