Following road safety concerns raised by Worcester residents, Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion is hosting a drop-in ‘Roads Focus’ event in Warndon on Tuesday 30 January.
Taking place from 6pm to 8pm at the Warndon Hub, in partnership with West Mercia Police, the event will bring together the force’s Road Safety Team and Worcestershire County Council’s Highways Team.
Part of a series across Worcestershire which has seen Roads Focus visit Malvern, Wythall and Bewdley, Warndon will follow Broadway’s event on Thursday 25 January.
There are also opportunities for residents to brush-up on their Highway Code knowledge and overall driver behaviour by tuning into a free driver awareness session, ran by TTC.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said: “At the heart of my Safer West Mercia Plan is a commitment to make roads safer in West Mercia as it’s a sad fact that too many people are killed or seriously injured on our roads.
“Each event in Worcestershire has been a brilliant opportunity to speak to communities, hear their local concerns and ensure key partners are working to address them. After calls for a Worcester event, I look forward to meeting residents on Tuesday 30 January in Warndon.”
Superintendent Steph Brighton from West Mercia Police said: “Protecting people from harm remains a key priority for us, and our ongoing work to achieve safer roads is a 24/7 commitment.
“Engaging with our communities and working alongside our partners to address local road safety concerns is an important part of this work. Our operational Road Safety Team will be supporting Roads Focus events and they look forward to meeting members of the public to talk about issues that are affecting their local area.”