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Frampton End Road - Make it Access only

21 Signatures Goal: 100

Over recent years there has been a significant increase in traffic along Frampton End Road, unfortunately much of which is travelling far too fast for a narrow, single file country lane. This has resulted in several deaths to animals, including a horse, dog and several cats. It has also resulted in numerous collisions, minor injuries, damaged walls and the corner of Algars Mill House being hit by a lorry that had been directed down this lane by its Sat Nav. Part of this road links two stretches of the Frome Valley Walkway and is used by many people, not just local to the area. It is used by dog walkers, horse-riders, cyclists, ramblers, school parties etc. and, as there are no pavements or even grass verges on much of the road, there is no escape for anyone wanting to avoid a speeding vehicle. Please help us try to make this a safer road for us all to enjoy, and avoid a tragedy waiting to happen, by signing this petition. Thank you.

 

I WISH TO SUPPORT FRAMPTON END ROAD BECOMING AN 'ACCESS ONLY' ROAD AND A 'NO THROUGH ROAD' .

 

( When you sign - in the comments field please can you include any incidents that you are aware of in the lane )

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    Julian foster United Kingdom
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    Louise Harrison United Kingdom
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    Laura Dunham United Kingdom
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    Kate Kelliher United Kingdom
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    Jon Aries United Kingdom
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    stephen dove United Kingdom
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    carol dove United Kingdom
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    Mr M Smith United Kingdom
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    Yvonne Day United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Shelley Armorgie United Kingdom
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    Colin armorgie United Kingdom
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    Alan Montague United Kingdom
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    Neil Bradshaw United Kingdom
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    Alexandra Huish United Kingdom
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    Chris Tofts United Kingdom
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