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Pupils commended for road safety sign

4th July 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

A number of pupils in Enfield have been commended by their local council's environment chief after they designed their own safety signage for roads.

Young learners from Southbury School in Swansea Road met their cabinet member for environment last month and drew pictures to persuade slower driving in a 20mph zone around the school, reports the Enfield Independent.

Speaking to the newspaper, Mr Bond said: "Southbury's new 20mph zone is among the first of a new £1 million programme designed to make our streets safer for children. The sign says it all – slow down, speed can kill."

The Southbury school's 20mph zone is one of eight low-speed areas that aim to improve road safety around 13 institutions.

Last month, West Briton revealed that councillors in Helston have been criticised for banning promotional signs in the area.

The signs were banned by councillors over worries that they look untidy and could become a distraction.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800609899-ADNFCR


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