By Alan Hanmer - 6th December 2012 7:04am
Has anyone else mentioned the persistent flood in Woodhouse Lane (near Woodhouse farm)?
It has been there for months. I reported it over a month ago, without results, but it is now much worse, and dangerous, as it has 'developed' a large 'invisible' (below water surface) pothole.
Even going slowly, as I know it's there, it cost me a new tyre yesterday. To avoid the pothole it is necessary to approach the blind bend on the 'wrong' side of the road!
PS Have now got a second flood about 250metres to the south of the first!
(Audlem Online adds: Cheshire Highways have responded quite quickly to a number of recently run stories on Audlem Online. Hopefully, this will happen again. Do keep us informed of progress and, if possible, send in a photo of the flood.)
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