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South Croydon road signs point the wrong direction

8th October 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Road signs recently introduced in South Croydon have been criticised by locals, as they point in the wrong direction.

The notices have been put up in St Peter's Road and aimed to guide visitors around the area. However, the Croydon Advertiser has reported that the signs are currently pointing in the wrong direction.

One of the installations reads "South Croydon Shops", despite the fact that it is pointing away from them, while the other says "South Croydon Railway Station" even though it is directing people towards Croham.

Speaking to the news provider, Charlotte Davies, chairman of the South Croydon Community Forum, said: "It is completely ridiculous, they cannot have signs pointing in random directions."

"If they are sending people in the wrong direction, what is the point of them?"

Incorrect signage can cause many problems for visitors and even notices which are correct should be checked regularly for signs of graffiti.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801464829-ADNFCR


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