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I write regarding the relocation of the Curry Rivel banner, whilst I have no objections to it being hung on the railing outside The Firehouse, I would suggest hanging it from the other end of the railings.
This is due to safety concerns, I have four and 6-year-old sons, who along with many other children within the village cross the road from the car park to the school. At present, my 4 year old is unable to see through the railings and when crossing the road has to go beyond the railings to see if it is clear to cross the road.
Thurs 9th March 2017
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