Just come home after picking my wife up from work.
The blue meanies are working Frendstaple Road, at the entrance to Woods Edge, close to home with a hand-held speed trap.
Sorry but I was on the wrong side of the road, sneaking up behind him.
Personally I think its a shame that pupil parent vehicles are not banned from the roads outside of this school too.
With three schools alongside each other the number of vehicles clogging up this road twice each day is beyond a joke. On occasions the tailback caused by these vehicles reaches down Frendstaple Road and almost back to the Hulbert road roundabout.
The cars that can’t get into the school sites tend to park all over the show and when turning into St Peter’s Primary School quite often end up staionary with the rear of their vehicle projecting into the road because there are people on the pedestrian way across the entrance.
But parents have started a petition – now with 62 signatures – calling for the ban to be withdrawn.
They say it will lead to parking chaos in surrounding residential streets.
I’ve got news for you folks, it is already chaotic in the area.
They are also concerned as children may have to walk for up to a mile in bad weather.
Oh Dear !! The poor little darlings, is that such a hard thing. Perhaps it’s the parents that are worrying about having to abandon their 4x4s and walking as far as a mile.
Back when I was in primary school we regularly walked a mile or more. It was part of the day and was made interesting by my mum or dad walking with me.
Parents’ fury as cars are banned from Waterlooville school site – Education – Portsmouth News.