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  1. Mrs Goodman
    Mrs Goodman says:

    Regarding the Three Horse Shoes..
    Could the PC also look into the height of signage and shrubs along the brook as this now blocks visibility when turning right to Temple Grafton, you cannot see approaching traffic. One of the stipulations when planning was granted was that this visibilty was not obstructed, and should not exceed a certain height.
    I would also strongly agree thst the halogen light on the bridge is blinding and shines directly at approaching traffic.

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  2. Mrs Goodman
    Mrs Goodman says:

    Regarding speeding.
    Can the PC remember that we are also part of this Village and have been for 45 years, why do you concentrate on the centre of the village only regarding speed, crabtree farm and cottages endure much higher speeds with traffic passing us in both directions at 50mph +
    Maybe better placed flashing signs at the entrances to the village might have more effect and deterrent.
    I am sick of complaining to the police with no response, I have also complained to WCHighways with no effect either. A flashing sign in the centre of the village behind a large hedge is useless, please look at where other villages place their signs, ie Long Marston, Harvington Norton etc..
    Even the Buses pass us at 40mph. Maybe the 30mph signs should be moved further up !

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  3. Mrs Goodman
    Mrs Goodman says:

    Regarding the Three Horse Shoes..
    Could the PC also look into the height of signage and shrubs along the brook as this now blocks visibility when turning right to Temple Grafton, you cannot see approaching traffic. One of the stipulations when planning was granted was that this visibilty was not obstructed, and should not exceed a certain height.
    I would also strongly agree thst the halogen light on the bridge is blinding and shines directly at approaching traffic.

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