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Latest plea from Speedwatch

PC Trent McMurray outside Myton School with community speed watch speed gun. He is appealing for more people to do  speedwatch - which is particularly important outside schools. MHLC-11-11-13 speedwatch nov41 ENGNNL00120131111141944

PC Trent McMurray outside Myton School with community speed watch speed gun. He is appealing for more people to do speedwatch - which is particularly important outside schools. MHLC-11-11-13 speedwatch nov41 ENGNNL00120131111141944

Speed chasers are making another plea for volunteers after being “disappointed” at having just five on board in the town.

Speedwatch volunteers get out and about at key locations in Kenilworth to try and deter motorists breaking the law.

Using speed guns, teams can monitor and warn those caught exceeding the road limits in residential areas.

Andy Garsed, who has been involved with the “very worthwhile” scheme since its inception, said with just five volunteers, they are limited to what they can do.

“I am disappointed that we have such a low number as this is very important and we need people to be able to run.

“We caught 58 cars speeding in Dalehouse Lane in just one session.”

Contact andygarsed@talktalk.net to get involved.

 

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