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Do Schools Provide Enough Safe Crossings For Children?

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AB Editor | 11:33 Tue 27th Apr 2010 | Family & Relationships
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Does your local area have enough safe crossings for children outside schools? Safety around schools can be a big issue, as highlighted by and - do you think local authorities do enough in your area regarding safe crossing for children?


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Does Your Local Authority Do Enough To Make Sure Crossings Near Schools Are Safe For Children

  • Yes - My local authority has made sure children can cross safely near schools. - 9 votes
  • 53%
  • No - Only some roads near local schools have safe crossings. - 8 votes
  • 47%
  • No - our local schools do not have any safe crossing for children - 0 vote
  • 0%

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The local authority have done their bit, we have a 20 zone, flashing signs and a lolly pop lady - that doesn't stop @holes trying to run her over!
unfortunately I live in the axis of 4 schools, come 3pm you cannot move for lollipop people, speed humps and thousands of kids. its all very safe..
I would ask who's resposibility is it provide this safe crossing?

Should it not be the parents supervising thier children crossing the road?
One local school here has a lollipop lady, but another has no provision at all
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