Friday, 26 June 2015

and down it goes again.

For the fourth time in it's short life the bollard at the corner of Teme Street & Market Street and been hit.

Whether is it poorly sighted, the road layout is not correct or there are just too many poor drivers using the town as a short cut nobody yet knows!

Saturday, 20 June 2015

Tenbury Drugs Bust

#Martley & #Tenbury team with #Leominster @NHfdshireCops conducting a #drugs #warrant in Tenbury Wells. #YouSaidWeDid Share this post with more networks:

Monday, 8 June 2015

Down it goes again.

The new bollard at the corner of Market Street & Teme Street has been felled for a third time.  This time it was hit by a John Deere tractor & trailer combo.  Of course the bollard is there to protect the pavement from vehicle encroachment, so it could be said that it's installation is justified.
It must be a concern that the road layout is such that vehicles are so regularly hitting it.

On the opposite pavement, the planned bollards have not been installed, and cars and other vehicles are regularly running over the area that would have traditionally been the pavement.  It can only be a matter of time before someone is hit.  With clear evidence of constant encroachment then surely WCC would be culpable as the designers of this poorly delivered plan.