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Weymouth signs criticised by locals

1st June 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Road signs across Weymouth and Portland have been heavily criticised by local residents.

Councillor Ian Bruce is leading the complaints, which are aimed at the area's misleading road network that is causing confusion among motorists, according to the Dorset Echo.

Speaking to the news provider, Mr Bruce vowed not to stop his campaign until better signage is installed on Weymouth Relief Road and Chalbury Corner in particular.

Mr Bruce explained: "I will be contacting all councillors and I will not be satisfied with anyone telling me nothing can be done."

He added that road signs in certain areas are "worse than useless" and noted that their vague nature could affect the thousands of people who visit the area during the summer.

While signage is continuing to hinder drivers in Weymouth, the Northern Echo has reported that a farm shop and café located near Barnard Castle will now be able to install a directional sign to help drivers find it.

Cross Lanes Organic Farm was permitted to erect the notice after nearly 2,000 people signed a petition in support of the move.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801377107-ADNFCR


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