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20 is plenty for Denton Road

Speeding is something that affects many areas of our community but Denton Road is particularly affected and residents have had enough. 

Denton Road is right by a school and children have to walk along this road to access it, but annoyingly some drivers treat the road like a race track and it's time safety measures were looked at.

It’s only a matter of time before a child is hit or there is a major accident, and we want East Sussex County Council to be proactive and put steps in place.


We petition East Sussex County Council to: - make Denton Road a 20mph zone taking into account the school and the dangerous bend - install a mirror on the bend by the Flying Fish warning traffic of possible oncoming vehicles - install digital signs warning people if they are speeding.

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