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A group of Coton villagers met today to be trained on the use of Speedwatch – the mobile speed camera which measures the speed of passing cars.  Once trained, pairs of volunteers can borrow the police-owned camera and use it at times to suit them.

Another training day will be arranged for an evening in the next few weeks’ time since several interested people were unable to attend today.  If you’d like to come along, please let me know by replying to this post or phoning Gail Stoehr, Parish Clerk on 01954 210241.

6 Comments

  1. rex webb says:

    Just phoned ref the Speedwatch trainigg your having.
    Thanking you
    Rex Webb.

  2. sara says:

    The next training day wil be on 5th April 6.30 to 8.30pm at the Coton Village Hall. If you’d like to come along, please let me know.

    If you’re concerned about traffic in Coton and would like to be involved but can’t attend this training day, let me know.

    Get in touch by by replying to this post or phoning Gail Stoehr, Parish Clerk, on 01954 210241.

  3. sara says:

    Many thanks to those who turned out tonight. If you’re still interested but were unable to attend, let me know.

    Sara

  4. CambridgePPF says:

    Please advsie if you also are aqlso undertaking speed checks along Grantchester Road south of the village and adjacent the Coton Countryside Reserve. This stretch is used for speeding by many people and it would be good to see appropriate measures being put in place, which retain a countryside character but entice road users to be slower and creater safer crossing for reserve visitors/ users.
    Thanks.

  5. CambridgePPF says:

    Please advsie if you also are also undertaking speed checks along Grantchester Road south of the village and adjacent the Coton Countryside Reserve. This stretch is used for speeding by many people and it would be good to see appropriate measures being put in place, which retain the countryside character but entice road users to be slower and creater safer crossing for reserve visitors/ users.
    Thanks.

  6. sara says:

    I’ll raise this with the Speedwatch volunteers if they haven’t seen your message, Carolin, because it’s up to individuals where and how often they undertake checks.

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