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Roads, Snow, Floods

Roads, Snow, Floods

The Parish Council works with various authorities and local agencies to share information that affects our parish, from roadworks to emergency planning in times of bad weather (snow and flood). The current Parish Emergency Plan is under review but includes local knowledge on flood/ water management. Our parish has designated flood wardens.


For information about planned road closures due to highways maintenance that may affect this Parish  see the ‘Notices’ section on this website (on the homepage). You can find the most up to date information on scheme start and end dates and more information about all the various planned works on:

– Website – www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/resurfacing

– Facebook – Gloucestershire Roads

– Twitter – @GlosRoads

– Signs in the area

– unauthorised obstructions placed on verges –Highways Act 1980 – Section 149 – Removal of things on the highway  

Known works within the Parish and those of out closest neighbours for the next 3 months are:

Now until 21 January 2022: A38 Twigworth by Sandhurst Lane. Multiway traffic lights for new foul and storm water connections

17-21 January 2022: Emergency Repairs on A4019 near to Old Spot by Wales and West

17-21 January 2022: A38 near St Matthews Church Twigworth. Two way signals. Western Power

19/20 January 2022: Half way between Pancake Lane and Coombe Hill Traffic Lights. Repair pipe in verge by GCC with two way signals.

19-26 January 2022: ROAD CLOSURES: Frog Furlong and Down Hatherley Lane.  GCC resurfacing

7-18 February 2022: A38 by entrance to Nature in Art. Two way signals for Severn Trent

9 – 11 February 2022: ROAD CLOSED Stoke Road Tredington by Odessa Inn junction due to planned Severn Trent work.

14/15 February 2022: Blacksmith Lane by Wellcroft. Traffic controlled by GCC to install gully plus pipe

28 Feb-1 March 2022: A38 By New Housing Estate at Coombe Hill. Two Way Signals for Openreach.

1/2 March 2022: A38 by Twigworth Business Centre. Two way signals by GCC to excavate sets and relay to stop water running over them.

1-3 March 2022: ROAD CLOSED Blacksmith Lane due to work by Gigaclear.

2-5 March 2022: A38 Tewkesbury Bypass CLOSED – Expansion joint work by GCC

18 March 2022: A38 just before the Ledbury turning. Traffic controlled by GCC to replace sign post and re fix sign.

Regional/County major projects outside the Parish:

From now til 31st March 2022: BRIDGE/ROAD CLOSED B4634 at Staverton. Bridge Repairs by National Highways.

From now til 29th March 2022: work continues on the Junction 11a of the M5.

4 Jan to 23 December 2022: BRIDGE/ROAD ClOSED from Brookfield Road to Badgeworth Lane (Churchdown).

Roadworks map :


The roadworks map is hosted externally to Gloucestershire County Council on the One Network website. You will need to use an up-to-date web browser such as Chrome, Edge, Safari, Firefox etc in order to view the map.

The map is updated every few minutes to show planned works across the county’s highway network.

If you are using a mobile phone please use the full screen map link to view the One Network website.  You will need to create a One Network account to see the live traffic data.

Please email highways@gloucestershire.gov.uk if you are unable to find the information you require.


Flooding information can be found on the Environmental Agency (EA) website – https://flooding-warning-information.service.gov.uk/warnings. From here by putting in your postcode you can then find useful information on the Haw Bridge Gauge Board, the five-day flood risk forecast as well as advice on flooding.

As at February 20th 2020, Tewkesbury Borough Council reported that it has a good supply of filled sandbags at the Public Services Centre – they are available to vulnerable residents who have registered with them to receive assisted waste collections and they have mechanisms in place to deliver to these vulnerable residents, should this be necessary. Please phone 01684 295010.

If you know of someone who needs sandbags outside of office hours, please call: 01684 293445. Alternatively, they have empty sandbags that residents can take and fill themselves – builders merchants should have a good stock of sand or soil can also be put in bin bags and used in the same way as sandbags.

TBC are now in the process of assessing the impact that this current incident has had on residents in terms of numbers of properties affected.  It is difficult to get an accurate picture as some areas are inaccessible and many residents don’t report property flooding to TBC or ask for assistance.  If you know of any residents who are affected with water inside their properties then please do let TBC know by emailing customerservices@tewkesbury.gov.uk.

Essential information on flooding from Gloucestershire County Council (Nov 2019):

Do you know what to do if your property floods?

A new tool is available to make it easier to let the county council know when flooding happens. Just go to SWIM and follow the simple steps. There is also a wealth of useful information to help you find out if you are at risk and how to prepare, such as our essential flood guide. This information helps Gloucestershire County Council and partners to build up a picture of areas at risk and how we can concentrate our resources where they are most needed. Visit our web pages here to find out more.

Floods affecting roads February 2020:

TBC are aware of the problems that some road closures in Tewkesbury town are having on the road network, particularly around the Prior Park estate, and they are working with partners to look at how this is alleviated as soon as possible.

Road closures – www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/highways/roads/roads-in-severe-weather/current-road-closures

Advice from Gloucestershire Constabulary – www.gloucestershire.police.uk/news/gloucestershire/news/constabulary-working-with-partner-agencies-to-respond-to-flooding


Visit the Gloucestershire County Council Highways website for local road and cold weather information.

Power Cuts:

Western Power are responsible for our distribution. Call them on 105 to report a power cut or get information

Click on the link below to open up the 2018 document ‘Are you Ready booklet’ that contains information and advice on how individuals can be prepared  for and respond to emergency situations.

Are you ready booklet 2018