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Annanhill pupils gain warning signs

12th March 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Pupils at Annanhill Primary School have been victorious in their battle for new safety signage.

Children at the Kilmarnock school were worried about the actions of drivers around their Grange Campus, leading to the launch of a campaign which prompted the local council to introduce new warning signs in the area, reports the Kilmarnock Standard.

The signage features happy or sad faces to inform drivers if they are travelling too fast.

Speaking to the newspaper, class teacher Graeme Crossley said: "The pupils are rightly proud of running a successful campaign that attracted the support of the whole school."

Mr Crossley emphasised that special praise must be handed to junior road safety officers, who accentuated the message that drivers must lower their speeds around schools.

Safety signage was also put under the spotlight recently by the Ealing Gazette, which reported that more needs to be done on Ealing's Church Road in order to warn drivers of a speed limit change from 40mph to 30mph.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801314995-ADNFCR


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