Calls for 20mph speed limit near primary school

Tuesday 13th May 2014 10:00 pm
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BUSY STRETCH: The B4221 near Gorsley Goffs Primary School ()

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CONCERNED residents believe a 20mph speed limit is still needed near the school in Gorsley. So far there have been six accidents along the Ross Road this year and residents believe motorists exiting the M50 treat the B road as a continuation of the motorway. Jean Foley, chairman of Linton Parish Council, said: "We have tried for many years to get a 20mph speed limit and a proper crossing by Gorsley Goffs Primary School. "Although we've now got the crossing, we still need a speed limit as the school is far too near the slip road of the motorway."

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