Worried about speeding in Sheringham? Let the police know
- Credit: IAN BURT
Anyone worried about speeding in Sheringham is urged to meet the police and air their concerns at three street briefings next month.
Speeding vehicles in the resort are a current police priority and the Sheringham Safer Neighbourhood Team wants to hear about problems. Speed checks will be also be undertaken by the team.
The sessions are on: February 13, opposite the high school, Holt Road, at 10am, or near the community centre, Holway Road, at 2pm; February 14,
opposite the golf course, Weybourne Road, at 10am or Beeston Common, Cromer Road, 2pm; February 15, opposite Regis Avenue, Britons Lane, Beeston Regis, at 10am or Curtis Lane at 2pm.
Anyone unable to attend but who would like more information can ring the team on 101 or email: email@example.com
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