After hours, if you see fencing down, please report it to either GC Highways, or local police on 101 (the non-emergency number), who may then be able to get some poor soul out of bed to move it. I am not getting out of bed to move fencing, especially if it's raining, and especially because we don't live in the Canary Islands, but I hope someone actually has the sense to put something less prone to falling over in place. I could always send the Safety Officer out, but he has to get up at 5.30 in any case for work and it seems a bit churlish, so the Batphone will be switched off between 10 pm and breakfast time in the Reeves household.
Our new Town Councillor, Claire, has also been actively campaigning on this issue and we are keeping in touch to update each other.
There are warnings about the dangers of the Severn Bore, with an amber weather warning for the Somerset Levels, so if you are planning to watch it, please check the Severn Bore website first and stay well clear.
Have a dry, safe weekend and dream about Gran Canaria. Maybe GC Highways have secretly relocated and cover events in Gloucestershire via satellite...who could blame them?