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Jubilee ChurchWirralmoved to the former All Saints church on Hose Side Road in 2013 after meeting for many years at Overchurch Junior School in Upton.
REFERRING to the headlines of school closures bringing Birmingham to its knees, a lot of parents couldn't get to schools as the majority of the side roads were full of ice and are dangerous.
Officials appealed to motorists to obey traffic laws and urged drivers who come from side roads to ensure the main road is clear to avoid such tragedies.
Emley was mostly desolate and the side roads had not been touched, here or in Marsh or Paddock from what I could see.
Rather, the narrow, corkscrew road along Maui's east side is optimally appreciated when travelers pull off the highway periodically to explore a trail, savor an overlook or, best of all, bump down a meandering side road to some lesser-known treasure.
If an entrance is on a low volume side road carrying only a few hundred vehicles per day, lesser design criteria may apply.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- As part of 'Bahcelievler-E[currency]irinevler minibus terminal and underground car-park project' launched by ystanbul Metropolitan Municipality (yBB), E[currency]irinevler side road entrance on D-100 highway was closed to traffic at the night of Saturday for one year.
Peter Troy, who lives at The Cottages, a side road leading to the roundabout, said the cars make the road dangerous for locals and people accessing the popular Eden Arms Hotel nearby.
Once you get one person stuck on a side road then everyone behind also can't move.