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Banbridge residents pleased with new signage

20th March 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Cline Road residents have expressed delight at new warning signs which have been installed in the area.

Existing signage has been refurbished by representatives of the Cline Road Community Association, while new Neighbourhood Watch and "No Dog Fouling" installations have also been introduced, reports the Banbridge Leader.

MLA Jo-Anne Dobson commented on the new signs, telling the news provider: "The Cline Road Community Association is a prime example of residents working together for a brighter future for their estate and the wider community."

Ms Dobson commented that dog fouling is an ongoing problem in the area, which the group has attempted to tackle with its new signage.

Elsewhere, the BBC recently reported that signage has been installed around Skegness Railway Station as a means of stopping people from playing on its sculptures.

The action was made following injuries to a teenage boy, who fell when riding on one of the wave designs on the premises.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801321597-ADNFCR


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