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Parents disregarding sewage warning signs?

31st August 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Parents have been ignoring warning signs at a playground in Bournemouth that notify people of sewage pollution risks.

The Boscombe Chine Gardens playground is padlocked shut due to concerns over sewage that arrived as a result of recent flash floods, yet youngsters are still attempting to access the park, occasionally with the help of their parents, according to the Bournemouth Echo.

Andy McDonald, Bournemouth Council's parks manager, told the news provider: "We will re-open the play area once we have confirmed that the area is clear of any potential pollution, in conjunction with Wessex Water."

Last week, the North-West Evening Mail reported that new warning signs are to be erected outside a Furness school, as a 20mph zone is being enforced in the area.

This signage will be used alongside traffic islands and speed cushions in order to slow down traffic and guarantee that it is safer for children who are walking to and from Vickerstown School.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800714536-ADNFCR


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