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Following the successful relaunch of PCC John Campion’s Roads Focus campaign, residents of Worcestershire will see the campaign travel across the county to drive change.

Working in partnership with West Mercia Police, which includes the local policing team, local councils and council highways teams, the PCC’s ‘Roads Focus’ campaign will see drop-in sessions take place across Worcestershire throughout January.

The campaign will also see free driver awareness sessions, ran by TTC, to give the public the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the Highway code and overall driver behaviour.

Residents will see drop-in sessions take place across the county to give the public the opportunity to voice their concerns and issues to the PCC and partners, as well as learn what is already in place to tackle key issues.

The following drop-in sessions will take place between 6pm – 8pm:

Wednesday 10 January – The Cube, Albert Road North, Malvern, WR14 2YF

Tuesday 16 January – Wythall Community Club, Wythall, B47 6LZ

Wednesday 17 January – St George’s Hall, Bewdley, DY12 2EQ

Thursday 25 January – The Lifford Hall, Broadway, WR12 7BU

Tuesday 30 January – Warndon Hub, Worcester, WR4 9NX

Two free driver awareness session will also be taking place 6:00pm – 7:30pm:

Tuesday 23 January – Via ZoomBook your spot here

Wednesday 31 January – Via ZoomBook your spot here

Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said: “I hear regularly from residents across West Mercia about road safety concerns. Building on the successful relaunch of the campaign in Herefordshire, I have identified key areas to visit following correspondence where the public can have their say.

“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 roadshow event will bring together key partners and West Mercia Police to ensure residents have a platform to have their voice heard and play a key part in making change in the community.”

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.”