Feniton’s lollipop patrol saved after Devon County Council responds to concerns

Great news via County Councillor Claire Wright’s blog that the leader of Devon County Council has backtracked on the proposed cut to the lollipop patrol outside Ottery St Mary and Feniton primary schools.

Full story here, http://www.claire-wright.org/index.php/post/otterys_lollipop_patrol_saved_after_devon_county_council_leader_backtracks, but it appears that the leader of the Council, Cllr Hart, has listened to the many representations made to him by concerned parents.

This will come as a huge relief to parents in Feniton where the road outside the school is something of a bottleneck in the morning and afternoon pick-up times.

Feniton primary school

Feniton primary school

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1 Response to Feniton’s lollipop patrol saved after Devon County Council responds to concerns

  1. garyholc says:

    But with all respect, the parents and their inconsiderate parking, particularly on the zig zags outside the school gates are a bigger risk than if the lollipop man was removed (which he thankfully isn’t), not to mention the speed and manner some of them drive at through the lanes to get to the school.

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