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Welsh road sign appears in Hampshire yet again

7th December 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Drivers in Hampshire have been left dumbfounded after a warning sign written in Welsh was left on a road in the county for the second time.

This latest notice was placed at a set of roadworks in Andover, with the BBC reporting that it advised motorists to watch their speed due to skid risks and a lack of road markings.

Despite the town being situated over 100 miles away from Wales, a sign with the country's language was also seen in Purbrook, near Waterlooville in August, which sparked confusion among motorists.

Hampshire County Council has now asked contractors to replace the signs, and no explanation has been given as to how they possibly ended up in the region.

News of these bizarre signs comes after the Shropshire Star reported that a street sign in Telford have now been temporarily removed due to disagreements over the name of Allscott.

Locals have suggested that the street is instead called Back Lane.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801502634-ADNFCR


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