On the 25th November the HM Treasury will produce the Comprehensive Spending Review, which is likely to include further cuts to local authority budgets. Therefore, a coalition of road safety and road user groups, including PACTS, have produced Making Road Safety Count,
At 3am a single car hit a row of parked vehicles causing extensive damage. The A283 was closed for approx two hours. Police and ambulance services attended the scene. Both teenage driver and passenger walked away without serious injury, which
Shoreham Seeks Superhero! School Crossing Patrol Vacancy. Location: A283, Shoreham-By-Sea – Swiss Gardens Primary Hours: Part-time, term-time Salary: £7.19 – £7.43 per hour Closing Date: (ongoing) School Crossing Patrols provide a vital service to the children of West Sussex by
Hundreds of schoolchildren will benefit from a safer journey to school as a new crossing patrol has been agreed for a dangerous part of Old Shoreham Road. Many pupils at Swiss Gardens Primary School cross the road by the junction
A Safer Old Shoreham Road at the CLC Meeting The ‘A Safer Old Shoreham Road‘ campaign is due to appear on the agenda at the next CLC meeting, which includes all 6 Adur County Councillors and which can make recommendations
Call for crossings on busy Shoreham Road Thanks to Elaine Hammond of the Shoreham Herald for covering our first public meeting for ‘A Safer Old Shoreham Road‘.
Main points This is not a new issue and various attempts have been made to improve safety before but have been problematic due to the bends in the road/blind spots, proximity to roundabout, funding etc. However the problem has got
A great turnout for our first ‘A Safer Old Shoreham Road’ Public Meeting. Our first meeting was held on 24/04/2014 at Swiss Gardens Primary School with great success with an audience of around forty in attendance. Lots of views we’re
Strong feelings on Old Shoreham Road Thanks to Elaine Hammond of the Shoreham Herald. From left, Tamsin Holmes, Cllr Debbie Kennard, MP Tim Loughton, Cllr Neil Parkin, Cllr Brian Coomber and PC Noel Simmonds Strong feelings were voiced at a public
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