Earley Lib Dems ask Wokingham Borough Council to "Stop, Look & Listen"
The Earley Liberal Democrats were out in force last night, Thursday
September 20th, at Wokingham Borough Council's full Council Meeting to
raise awareness of speeding problems highlighted in our recent
Jones, Lib Dem campaigner for Hawkedon, attended to
hear an answer to his questions on speeding problems along Cutbush Lane
and Chatteris Way, Clive said "Residents have made it clear in their
survey responses that speeding is a problem and should be our top
priority. That's why we're putting pressure on the Council to tackle
speeding on Cutbush Lane, Chatteris Way, Carshalton Way and Kilnsea
Clive was also there to talk to residents attending to
witness the presentation of a petition for a pedestrian crossing on
Kilnsea Drive, in Lower Earley. The petition, which received 427
signatures, will be presented by fellow campaigner Anthony Vick. Anthony
said "Ask almost any parent of young children and they'll tell you how
dangerous it can be crossing Kilnsea Drive with young children, children
have to cross it almost everyday on their way to school and the local
why we were more than willing to help parents when they asked us to do something to make the road safer".
We await a response from Wokingham Borough Council.