Pothole problems in the county continue to resurface and the Bucks Free Press is asking readers to nominate black spots as we investigate some of the worst affected roads.

It comes as council chiefs insist they were doing all they can to fix the problem, which has been a bugbear of motorists for years.

In a poll of online BFP readers, 99 per cent of people disagreed with Bucks County Council, arguing that they could do more – with only two people agreeing with councillors.


This week our photographers took to the road to find some of High Wycombe’s worst potholes, as reported by residents and commuters who drive through the town every day.

One of the worst affected areas in High Wycombe was Daws Hill Lane and Mill End Road, while other places in the town centre were also pointed out by readers.

Earlier this week, BCC urged members of the public to remain patient with the work, but with further road budget cuts expected the question remains, we are asking – does more need to be done?

The council also admitted this week that it has suspended its online system which allows residents to view where and how many potholes have been reported, and have not set a date on when it will return.

Send in your pothole pictures, or location of problem areas, by emailing andrew.colley@london.newsquest.co.uk, tweeting @bucksfreepress or posting on www.facebook.co.uk/bucksfree.

You can report them to BCC on www.buckscc.gov.uk/transport/tell-tfb