Chelveston-cum-Caldecott Parish Council

Serving the people of Chelveston-cum-Caldecott

Clerk: Mr Mark Hunter
Ashbury, Caldecott
Wellingborough
Northamptonshire NN9 6AR

Tel: 01933 626039

Tags: Anglian Water

Road Closure - Raunds Road from 25 - 27 April.

Road closed sign

Raunds Road, Chelveston is closed between 25 - 27th April whist Anglian Water undertake utility connection works.

Please follow the signed diversion.

Posted: Mon, 25 Apr 2022 09:28 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Roadworks

Water Lane road closure on Tuesday 6th April

Road closed sign

Advance notice of a road closure in Water Lane, Chelveston, for Anglian Water repairs to a manhole cover on Tuesday 6th April 2021.

See roadworks on Water Lane https://one.network/?GB121605641

Posted: Thu, 25 Mar 2021 13:42 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Roadworks

"Clanging" manhole cover to be repaired this week

Road works sign

For residents of Higham Road, who have been suffering the "clanging" of a manhole cover every time a vehicle passed over it, you will be pleased to hear that Anglian Water have been granted a road permit to carry out the repairs on Thursday 7th January. Traffic lights will be in operation.

Posted: Tue, 05 Jan 2021 10:40 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Roadworks

Flooding in Water Lane

Flood sign

Be advised that Water Lane is flooded. The flood waters extend up Water Lane to Hillside, Sawyers Crescent and Duchy Close. Northants Highways and Anglian Water are aware. Pleased do not attempt to drive down Water Lane.

Posted: Wed, 23 Dec 2020 15:26 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Flood, NCC Highways, Weather Warning

Bidwell Lane closed for Anglian Water works - 9th to 11th March

Bidwell Lane closed for Anglian Water works - 9th to 11th March

Anglian Water are intending on installing a new water supply on Bidwell Lane in Caldecott. To undertake the work safely will require that the road is closed for up to three days from the 9 March 2020.

Diversion will be sign posted.

Posted: Fri, 21 Feb 2020 12:22 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Roadworks

Water Main burst - low pressure in Chelveston

Water Main burst - low pressure in Chelveston

Anglian Water are working to repair a burst water pipe by the B645 (Higham Road) between Water Lane and Bidwell Lane. Traffic lights are in operation at the site.

Properties in Chelveston may experience low or no water pressure until repaired. Anglian Water hope to have it repaired later today.

Posted: Sat, 06 May 2017 14:21 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Roadworks

Road works on the Upper Higham Lane Junction

Road works on the Upper Higham Lane Junction

Temporary three way traffic control is in place on the junction of Upper Higham Lane with the Caldecott - Newton Bromswold road.

This is part of the works for the new Grafham Water Resilience Booster Pumping Station for Anglian Water.

Posted: Wed, 01 Feb 2017 23:49 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water, Roadworks

Burst Foul Water Main in Raunds Road - UPDATED

Burst Foul Water Main in Raunds Road - UPDATED

The high pressure foul water main that runs from the pumping station in Water Lane to the Raunds Sewage Treatment Works developed a fracture on Saturday (19th November) night outside Wildacre, resulting in foul water running down the Raunds Road.

Anglian Water are currently having to dig trial holes to chase the burst rising main sewer in order to action the repair. At the moment because they haven't... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 25 Nov 2016 23:00 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water

Grafham Water Resilience Booster Pumping Station work starts

Grafham Water Resilience Booster Pumping Station work starts

The works in the parish by Upper Higham Lane forms part of the Grafham Resilience scheme. This scheme consists of work across the Anglian Water network to ensure supply is maintained to residents in the event that Grafham Water Treatment Works (WTW) is closed down for any period of time.

Grafham WTW serves a population of 829,000 and it has been estimated that approx 614,000 customers would be affected... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 09:00 by Mark Hunter

Tags: Anglian Water