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New road sign introduced in Henham to reveal twin partnership

17th December 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A new road sign has been installed in Henham, which indicates the village is twinned with Carver Barracks.

The Saffron Walden Reporter revealed how the installation underlines the strong connection between the two locations, with the move set to encourage more friendships between the two communities.

Speaking to the news provider, Henham resident Di Simmonds said: "For nearly three-and-a-half years Henham has been involved with raising money for the Injured Soldiers Fund, and to date almost £20,000 has been handed over to provide immediate aid to injured soldiers and to their relatives."

Ms Simmonds explained how the signs will demonstrate Henham's close association with Carver Barracks, as well as the support it has offered to its soldiers.

While Henham welcomes its new sign, the UK government has revealed how it is aiming to cut down on the number of unnecessary road signs across Britain.

The coalition is looking at new guidance, which will advise councils and highway officials how they can reduce their number of signsADNFCR-2754-ID-801507662-ADNFCR


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