Somerset villages share portable speed indicator signs

Speed indicator sign
Image caption The signs will spend up to two weeks in any location

Villages in rural Somerset are being invited to apply to have a free portable speed indicator sign installed for two weeks.

Previously parish councils were charged £750 for the first year they took part in the Speed Indicator Device (SID) scheme, and then £350 annually.

The SID programme targets areas identified as having the worst records for accidents which involved injuries.

The county council has made £200,000 available to buy the signs.

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