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Thursday, 02 July 2015

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Ulverston car ban to be discussed today

PROPOSALS to ban cars from Ulveston town centre will be discussed today.

Cumbria County Council’s Local Committee for South Lakeland will meet at 10.30am at the county offices in Kendal.

Among the items on the agenda will be proposals to ban all vehicles from Market Street and New Market Street on market days.

Councillors will also discuss a petition submitted by concerned parents to install a safe crossing point outside Ulverston Victoria High School in Springfield Road.

For more details, see tomorrow’s Evening Mail.

Have your say

Redneck, the first line of my comment was in response to your comment about the traffic management. The next paragraph was aimed at your other comment about the market. I do apologise that I left out a space at the start of the second paragraph, but even without it the point stands. How many other street markets do you know in this country where you can drive a car through the middle of it?

Posted by Cobble Walker on 17 February 2014 at 13:31

Well well well, an awful lot of "mights" in your incoherent rant there Cobblers, all pie in the sky. Ulverston market is dead/dying, a relic of past times but nothing to do with an unnecessary and unneeded completely superfluous crossing point that would be nothing but a nuisance most of the time. Stop getting so hysterical and playing the emotive card, substantiate your point of view with facts, i.e. how many casualties did you say there had been ?

Posted by redneck rampage on 15 February 2014 at 17:14

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