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New road signs introduced in Dingle

22nd February 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A nine-year campaign is set to introduce signs in Dingle which are printed in both English and Irish.

Dingle and Daingean Ui Chuis will be on all signposts leading towards the peninsula by the end of next months, with councillor Seamus Cosai Fitzgerald welcoming confirmation of the new signage.

Speaking to the Irish Times, he said: "It has taken a long time, but the wishes of Dingle people are, at last, being adhered to.

"Over the years, we’ve been getting a lot of reports about visitors intending to come to Dingle ending up in other areas because of confusion caused by road signs. Hopefully, that is all over now."

While these new signs have been welcomed, elsewhere signs have caused division among locals.

The Comet has reported that road signs costing over £200,000 have been criticised by councillors in Stevenage.

Twelve of the notices are being put up on behalf of Hertfordshire County Council at a price of £201,724.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801545028-ADNFCR


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