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Farm shop wins permission for directional sign

17th May 2012 | Warning Signs

A farm shop and cafe near Bernard Castle has been given consent to erect a directional sign.

Almost 2,000 people signed a petition to support Cross Lane Organic Farm's move, after the Highways Agency rejected proposals for signs to be introduced on the A66, reports the Northern Echo.

"A number of applications for a sign on the A66 were assessed by the Highways Agency and, of those, only one has been found to have no specific reason for refusal on safety grounds," a spokesperson for the Highways Agency said.

Deborah Hare, farm shop project manager, also thanked customers and friends for their support in the campaign.

Earlier this month, the Coulsdon and Purley Advertiser reported that new sign installations in Old Couldson have been delayed as a result of concerns over health and safety costs.

The signage has been developed to welcome visitors to the village, though the high cost of fitting them means they have been stored away until the necessary funds are secured.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801365180-ADNFCR


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