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This section contains Traffic Group News and details of Community Speed Watch

Police Commissioner Tony Hogg took up the invitation to attend Broadclyst's Community Speedwatch operation on 20th February 2013. Malcolm Roker, Chair of the Broadclyst Traffic Group, welcomed the visit saying 'We are delighted Mr Hogg visited Broadclyst to see the Community Speed Watch in Action. Reducing speeds in the Parish is an essential plank in the plans to make Broadclyst safer in the face of escalating traffic volumes.'


On his visit Tony Hogg said "Broadclyst is the first Community Speed Watch I have visited and I am delighted that the local community is helping to manage speed issues in the Parish alongside the Police. Encouraging local people to help keep their communities safe and keeping our roads safe are key to my police and crime plan."

News reporter Carrion from Heart FM joined the CSW team outside the H&H restaurant on 1st March to see what speedwatch is all about. News updates could be heard on the hour throughout Drive Time providing some much appreciated publicity for the campaign.

As of February 2013 the Police have finally agreed a further 6 speedwatch sites. These are Woodland Road (both directions), Endsleigh Crescent (both directions) and Budlake. The CSW team is currently seeking new volunteers to help monitor these sites. To date the team has only been allowed to monitor sites on the B3181.


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