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By Chris Challoner - 11th February 2014 5:17pm
The recent traffic calming measures have, by and large, seen an increase in care being taken by
drivers through the village, however, there does seem to be some drivers who are still blatantly ignoring the posted speed limit and seeming not to care about the dangers they are posing.
Therefore regular speed checks will remain in place, especially along the stretch of road by the Badger and Village Hall.
Support is being given by our PCSO Sharon Jones, who was pictured during a speedwatch in the village this week. PCSO Jones has promised to make regular visits to bolster the work being done by our team of volunteers and those drivers caught speeding will be referred to Cheshire police for further action to be taken.
Speeders...You know who you are...BE WARNED..!!
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