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Uttoxeter signage criticised by rail user

18th August 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A frequent visitor of Uttoxeter Railway Station has condemned the poor warning signs used at the location, after he was hit with a parking fine despite not seeing the notifications.

Speaking to the Uttoxeter Advertiser, Charles Rhodes said he left his car at the station before he caught a Southampton train and returned the next day to find a fine on his vehicle. Mr Rhodes last visited the station when no charges were in place.

He told the newspaper: "I don't believe the signs have been put up clear enough. I parked my car at 1.30pm after I went to the entrance into the station at the top. I saw no signage on that bit of road."

Recently, the Echo reported that the mayor of Castle Point has criticised warning signs outside a Thundersley school that were made by children.

The signs include a snail and a message that reads "20 is plenty", but a Tory councillor has suggested that they may be ineffective. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800703463-ADNFCR


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