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Wragby Crossings - Keeping Our Community Safe

Wragby Crossings Lincolnshire
Wragby Crossings Lincolnshire
49 Signatures Goal: 100

We are petitioning to ask the Highways Department to review their decision to refuse us a crossing on all four roads at the cross-roads in Wragby. Our village is expanding and we need the infrastructure in place to maintain a high level of safety for all citizens. Due to the recent housing developments (some of which is social housing), we have seen a vast increase in the number of families moving to the area, thus increasing the number of children in the area. Our local school is almost at full capacity and has had to add an extra class to cope with demand. With more children than ever in Wragby, how long will it be before someone is injured on our roads Should we wait to find out or take action now Past studies have shown Wragby to be a place where people move to retire; we therefore have a large elderly population; for this reason, we are asking also to have dropped kerbs/pavements at the crossings. Please help us to get these crossings in place by signing our petition Thank you

Sponsor

We currently have no financial funds so we would like to thank Jumping Jacks Bouncy Castles of Wragby for covering our printing expenses. We would also like to thank The Lincolnshire Fryer for helping to promote our cause. www.bouncy-castles.info www.thelincolnshirefryer.co.uk

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Signatures

  • 5 years ago
    allan murphy United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Jessica Foster United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Barbara Bartlett United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Jill Shepherd United Kingdom
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    June Elborn United Kingdom
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    connie roberts United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    GILL GARRILL United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Jenny Hadingham United Kingdom
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    Richard Hadingham United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Mrs J L Hauton United Kingdom
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    Mary Lloyd United Kingdom
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    Sarah Blood United Kingdom
    5 years ago
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    Jackie Osborne United Kingdom
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    Pamela Huggett United Kingdom
    5 years ago
  • 6 years ago
    Tammy Hanson United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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