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H10 Bletcham Way

Bletcham Way
Caldecotte Lake near the A5
Other name(s) H10
A4146 road
Length 2.8 mi[1] (4.5 km)
Postal code MK
Location Milton Keynes, England
west end

Granby Roundabout
52°00′23″N 0°44′07″W / 52.0065°N 0.7353°W / 52.0065; -0.7353

east end

Old Farm Park
52°01′11″N 0°40′51″W / 52.0197°N 0.6807°W / 52.0197; -0.6807

The H10 Bletcham Way is a major local road in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and a section is part of the A4146. Its formal name is simply "Bletcham Way": the "H10" designation is an urban planning name that indicates that it is the tenth east-west grid road in the Milton Keynes grid road system.

Route

Bletcham Way starts as a

Junctions

Due to its nature as a Milton Keynes grid road, Bletcham Way has an unusual number of roundabouts (by the standards of other towns) along its short route. For clarity their names and the roads they cross are listed below from west to east:

Roundabout Name Intersection
Granby Roundabout V4 Watling Street, V6 Grafton Street
Denbigh Roundabout V7 Saxon Street (B4034)
Unnamed double roundabout Bond Avenue
Fenny Lock Roundabout Future V8 Marlborough Street
Bletcham Roundabout A5 (northbound access)
Caldecotte Roundabout A5 (southbound access)
Walton Park Roundabout V10 Brickhill Street
Browns Wood Roundabout V11 Tongwell Street (A4146)
Wavendon Gate Roundabout Gregories Drive, Britten Grove

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Coordinates: 52°00′43″N 0°41′52″W / 52.0119°N 0.6977°W / 52.0119; -0.6977

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