Community Speed Watch Event held in Hadfield - Last before Lockdown

Alert message sent 04/11/2020 17:00:00

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Glossop Police SNT - A Community Speed Watch Event was held by the Hadfield Team today at Woolleybridge, Hadfield - between 2.00 pm and 3.00 pm. The speed limit at this location is 30 mph.

A total of 312 vehicles went by the team during the hour the event took place. Of those - 14 vehicles were recorded driving at speeds of 36 mph and above. The drivers, registered keepers of those 14 vehicles will now receive a letter of advice re their speeding in Hadfield today.

Well done to our 3 volunteers [who's assistance was and is much appreciated] - who were working alongside the new Charlesworth CSW team completing their training today.

We would like to wish the new team all the best - good luck and hope they enjoy carrying out events in their area in the future.

Remember Speed Watch is a community-based, education-centred scheme that helps ordinary people make a significant contribution to improving the safety of our roads.

Many people refuse to accept that speed is a factor in serious collisions. Fact is though that very few people have been hurt in collisions between two parked cars. Inappropriate speed and speeding are the reasons people die or are injured for life.
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Brian Buller (Police, PCSO, High Peak)
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