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Eversley Parish Council campaigns for warning signs

22nd March 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Eversley Parish Council is continuing its campaign to install permanent warning signs, even though Hampshire County Council only wants them to be fitted in spots where there are common accidents.

Speeding is regarded as a major worry for villagers due to the winding lanes and narrow roads in the area and council member Doug Bradley has discussed the topic with Hampshire County Councillor for Eversley David Simpson, reports Get Hampshire.

Mr Bradley told the news provider: "Hampshire County Council say that it is not worthwhile as drivers ignore signs once they have seen them and have got used to them, but as a driver myself I certainly take notice of them."

He emphasised that installing signs at the southern approach to The Street would be very sensible.

Aston-on-Trent Parish Council is another authority that is looking to add new signage, according to the Derby Telegraph.

It is looking to buy its own electronic sign, even though Derbyshire County Council is opposed to the move.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801323787-ADNFCR


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