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Parish council man condemns 'petty' sign removal

27th July 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A parish council chairman in the village of Glanton has criticised Northumberland County Council's decision to remove two promotional signs, which may cause companies to evaluate the helpfulness of their warning signs.

The two signs advertise the Glanton Show, with the authority demanding that they must be removed within five days, leading to criticism from the parish council chairman, reports the BBC.

Mr Radgick, the parish council chairman, told the news provider: "I've never seen anything so petty in my life, they're the same signs we've been putting up for donkey's years."

He also stressed that the signs are absolutely safe and are erected by local people who are familiar with the junction.

It comes after the Hull Daily Mail revealed that a team of pupils is campaigning for safety signage to be introduced to Pickering Park in Hull.

Bethany Price, Nikkita Hall, Hannah Hayes and Lauren Moore have teamed up to raise money for a sign to boost safety in the area.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800635404-ADNFCR


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