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Roads Focus – road safety campaign

‘Roads Focus’, an ongoing West Mercia campaign, aims to give members of the public the ownership to share their views on the roads throughout West Mercia.

Shropshire

From Monday 8th to Friday 12th July, the PCC will be working with Shropshire Council to deliver a week of drop-in sessions. At each drop-in session there will be representatives from the PCC’s office, Shropshire Council, the local policing teams, the Safer Roads Partnership and the local councillor. Anyone can attend to raise concerns they have with roads in their area – this could be anything from speeding to lack of signage.

At the end of the week, following the four drop-in sessions, there will be a free driver awareness course taking place in association with TTC and the West Mercia Police Roads Policing team. Those attending will have the opportunity to become a better driver and brush-up on their driving knowledge.

The drop-in sessions will be held in the following locations:

Monday 8th July – 5pm until 7pm – Mascall Centre, Ludlow

Tuesday 9th July – 3pm until 5pm – Festival Drayton Centre, Market Drayton

Wednesday 10th July – 2.30pm until 4.30pm – The Qube, Oswestry

Thursday 11th July – 5pm until 7pm – Castle Hall, Bridgnorth

Friday 12th July – 2pm until 4pm – Driver awareness session at the Lantern, Shrewsbury

If you’re interested in attending the driver awareness, please either express your interest on Facebook or by sending an email to opcc@westmercia.pnn.police.uk.

Worcestershire

In November 2019, The PCC and Worcestershire County Council worked together on a joint campaign to improve road safety. The campaign started on Monday 19th and ran until 23rd November to coincide with the national Road Safety Awareness Week campaign.

Across the week, a number of drop-in sessions were held to give people to the opportunity to raise concerns they had with the roads in their area. At each drop-in session there were representatives from the PCC’s office, Worcestershire County Council, the local policing team, the Safer Roads Partnership and the local councillor. The Commissioner and the Council also looked into concerns that were raised by more than 400 members of the public in an online survey that was carried out prior to the campaign launch.

At the end of the week there was a free driver awareness course held in association with TTC and the West Mercia Police Roads Policing team. Those attending had the opportunity to become a better driver and brush-up on their driving knowledge. They were tested on signs, speed limits and hazards.

The locations visited were as follows:

Monday 19th November – 4pm until 6pm – Wolverley Church Hall, Kidderminster, DY11 5TH

Tuesday 20th November – 4pm until 6pm – Bishampton Village Hall, Broad Lane, Pershore, WR10 2LY

Wednesday 21st November – 11am until 2pm – Catshill Methodist Church, Golden Cross Lane, Bromsgrove, B61 0LG

Thursday 22nd November – 11am until 12pm – Complimentary road safety awareness course (jointly run by TTC and the West Mercia Police Roads Policing team), Feckenham Village Hall, High Street, Feckenham, Redditch, B96 6HN

Friday 23rd November – 3pm until 4pm – Hanley Swan Primary School – installation of new signs to prevent speeding and dangerous parking

Following the week of action, the campaign will be on-going and will incorporate cyclical and seasonal events, as well as continuing to encourage comments and engagement from the public regarding their concerns with the roads of Worcestershire.

 

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