Glass

I was interested to read your article in the Times. You didn't mention the broken glass that is always on the footpaths. To give the council its due

I was interested to read your article in the Times. You didn't mention the broken glass that is always on the footpaths.To give the council its due though, when I find that the Crabtree Path is getting bad I do e-mail the council and it is usually cleaned within a few days.However recently the council did a really thorough clean of the path and edges, and next morning when I walked into town there was broken glass, some litter and dog muck (which was a few yards away from the bin provided for this).I know for a fact that a lot of young families and a lot of disabled people use the path into town.I would also like to mention that the speed of drivers coming to and from St John's school, and often on a mobile phone is scary. Usually those drivers that speed and use the phone at the same time often have two or three children in the car! (I live on Fosseway myself).I think that the Fosseway should also have a speed limit of 20mph. Jean Lowen - Via e-mail


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