JM WILSON, I apologise for the way you were treated in Rainbow: it was totally unappropriate and it s a shame you didn t report the man concerned. We thank you otherwise for your comments on the road issue: it s a shame there are not more like you. We hav
JM WILSON, I apologise for the way you were treated in Rainbow: it was totally unappropriate and it's a shame you didn't report the man concerned.
We thank you otherwise for your comments on the road issue: it's a shame there are not more like you. We have had total support from the villagers along Oilmills Road and some off Oilmills. We have a minority in the village who do not care about the speed but, when an accident occurs and it's only a matter of time, they will be pressing for action.
I don't like hiding behind fences taking registrations of lorries but we are sick and tired of our houses being shaken as they speed past. Cambridgeshire County Council is not interested. We have had an excellent response from the police although they can only do so much.
Apart from having to take the law into our own hands, what else can we do? If the powers that be don't care, then why should we?
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