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Warning signs erected in Newmarket to protect racehorses

14th September 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

New warning signs have been introduced in Newmarket in an effort to urge motorists to slow down and allow racehorses to pass.

These have been erected in Fordham Road, Bury Road and Cambridge Road, with their funding provided by an £8,300 contribution from Forest Heath District Council.

A further £2,500 was received from Newmarket Town Council and £2,500 from the Jockey Club, according to the Newmarket Journal.

Councillor Chris Barker, member champion for economic development, told the news provider: "The old signs were showing their age and I am pleased that our offer of new signs was taken up."

Mr Barker expressed that the council is working hard to persuade new business to Newmarket, with the contemporary sites reflecting the town's character.

An article for the North-West Evening Mail has revealed that new signs will be brought to a school in Furness to notify drivers of a new 20mph zone.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800728359-ADNFCR


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