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Traffic and Safety in Croxton Kerrial
The Parish Council had a Meeting on 31 January 2020 with LCC officials on site. LCC agreed to improve signage at either end of the School Lane oneway system
LCC were prepared to lay double yellow lines on Saltby Road from the junction with Main Street up to the Mill Field entrance, subject to legal agreements with all affected residents. The Parish Council organised survey of residents and this option was rejected.
A607: LCC will update the electronic signs to speed read outs and lay "Dragons Teeth" signs on the entrace to the village at both ends. LCC will report back as to whether a volunteer Lollipop crossing would be permitted at school times.
Full report in minutes of PC meeting of 5 February 2020.
Please contact a councillor if you need assistance and the clerk is unavailable.
Their numbers can be found on the About the council page.
Posted: Wed, 03 Feb 2021 09:02 by Janice Fletcher
The link below will allow access to the latest reports regarding Corona Virus information for this area.
If you need assistance during this latest lockdown please contact the clerk.
Posted: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 10:40 by Janice Fletcher
The local police have been contacted by members of the public who are concerned about the amount of game bird shooting happening, and whether this is allowed under the current Covid restrictions.
PC Sharon Roscoe contacted the clerk yesterday (13/01/2021) to report that enquiries have been made and Belvoir Estates are carrying out the shoots, conducted by their own staff to reduce the number of game birds. There are excess birds as no organised shooting parties are being organised at the moment, due to social distancing requirements and other Covid restrictions.
Posted: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 10:30 by Janice Fletcher