Sindlesham school parking problems


 When I was out and about in Sindlesham today with the local  Borough Councillor several people raised the issue of parking/drop off to the school in the mornings and pick up in the afternoons. People are worried that parking on the road is potentially dangerous with the concern that children might run out between the cars and get caught by traffic attempting to get through.


I have asked Councillors to look into this matter to see if the Council as Highways and Education authority can come to a better answer.

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  1. Kevin R. Lohse
    Posted May 11, 2013 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    This is a nation-wide problem and needs a national answer. Why not follow the US system of a 20mph limit, signalled by signs that can be switched on and off by the Lollipop person around school opening and closing times. The key would be kept in the school office.

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