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Reigate and Banstead signs removed by council

3rd July 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Signage in Reigate and Banstead has now been removed by the local council after it was deemed beyond repair.

The two signs were originally fitted in 1990 and reference the areas' twinning with Eschweiler in Germany and Brunoy in France, with one local resident telling the Surrey Mirror about his disappointment over the decision.

Joseph Fox, a care worker from St Anne's estate in Redhill, said: "What on earth is the council doing? I'm a council taxpayer – I like that they have an eye on the budget but why pay someone to remove perfectly good signs?"

Mr Fox noted that paying someone to take away the signs represented a "false economy".

While signs have been taken down in Reigate and Banstead, new notices have been installed in Scottish towns and cities as part of new plans.

Deadline News has reported that the Gaelic signs will be introduced on motorways and dual-carriageways.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801399148-ADNFCR


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