a couple of updates.
Borth Community Council and the Police were out this morning between 8.35 and 9.05 Wed 17th May 2017 and in that half hour logged 6 cars over the limit, the Police take that information away for their records, the Community Council has no further action. Today we also had the Police speeding van person with us to check we were doing it all okay and also to look at another site in Borth, we hope once this new location is improved we will be able to have a third location approved. He shared some leaflets with us about GoSafe, these are attached here. Positively lots and lots of people were taking care driving through the village too.
It would be a big help if we had more people willing to help with such speed awareness activity. If you might be interested, or someone you know might be, do please get in touch. It does take a while to be authorised so its worth starting the process even if its for a later date. You would always be one of three people at any time and there is no follow up action needed, we just need someone to hold the speed radar, another person to verify the results immediately and a person to write the details down, its very straight forward. You wouldn't be obliged to come every time either, the more we have the more of a rotation between people is possible.
Also on the 14th of June there will be an introduction course/lesson on using i-pads from 10:00-12:00 then 13:00-15:00 in Borth Community Hall run by Dysgu Bro Ceredigion Community Learning. The course will be free to members of the public. A poster on this is also on front page of website and around the Village.
Cllr. Jill Hulse
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