Flintshire County Council are going to introduce advisory 20mph speed limits outside all schools. A step in the right direction. Our lollypop man Colin has nearly been knocked down twice since he started.
Last week he was standing in Penymynydd Rd with his lollypop escorting children across the road. A motorist who thought lollypop was loitering in the road carried on moving. This was while two further children were crossing the road. The motorist had not seen the children.......
I think license removal for a few months might concentrate the minds of some.
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