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The village car park for visitors is at the Recreation Ground, and school-run Mums or Dads need to walk their children from the car park to the school. They need to cross over Measham Road to the only pavement on the South side, then walk Eastwards along the pavement to the junction with Mill Street, which is the road in which the primary school is situated and where the school crossing attendant controls traffic during his hours of work. Alas, the Measham Road pavement is DANGEROUSLY NARROW, with at one point a telegraph pole in it blocking it, reducing its width to little over one foot. Elsewhere it is narrow and restricted by a hedge and nowhere wide enough for a child to be beside its parent. This busy pavement needs to be widened, and to allow that, the traffic on this through road would have to be calmed. This could be achieved ideally by narrowing the road width at this point from two lanes to one wide one, restricting traffic into the village from the West by its being required to give priority to traffic leaving the village.

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