Speeding motorists in residents' sights
SPEEDING motorists are in the sights of residents.
They have been trained by police as part of an operation with Nailsworth Town Council Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership, and Glouce- stershire Highways to crack down on those who break speed limits in the town.
Mayor Steve Robinson, who approached the force after a meeting with concerned residents, set up the speed gun training session at Nailsworth youth club.
Areas of concern include Spring Hill, Nympsfield Road, and the A46. Residents were trained in using the gun, and the scheme will run along similar lines to another in Rodborough.
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There, traffic speed-checkers caught 1,600 motorists breaking the speed limit in one month.
Police sent letters to the drivers warning them of their speeds.