zebra crossing i wish people would stop , when they approach the zebra crossing , as i have nearly been hit whilst pushing my son in his pushchair Tweet Comments Showing 5 of 5 Chris W 6 months ago Totally agree with you...there's been several instances where I've had to either wait for, or stop in the road for a driver to pass. A lot of people are driving way too fast on that road, and therefore don't have enough time to stop at the crossing. There's soon going to be a serious accident on that crossing if nothing's done about it. I'm with Harveys Garden Plants Gillian C 6 months ago quite right, I tried crossing on my mobility scooter and luck had it I was able to move quickly eneough not to get knocked. Lesley Reed 6 months ago Guys you really need to report this one to the parish council, and I would advise that everyone reports all incidents until something is done to improve this crossing and to slow the traffic down in the centre of the village. The email for the parish council is.... clerk@elmswell,suffolk.gov.uk.......I would also advise that you write that your emails are via the clerk but for the attention of the parish councillors at their monthly meeting. You may not be aware that when residents contact the via the parish council office, this is not automatically passed to all councillors. It will only happen if the clerk deems it necessary. Asking for it to happen will make it more likely that your problems will reach councillors. Steve H 5 months, 4 weeks ago Surely it would be better, for people with a complaint, to actually attend a meeting to voice their complaint, then its guaranteed to be heard. Lesley Reed 5 months, 4 weeks ago Belt and bracers! It would be lovely to see more residents at Parish Council meetings and, of course, this is a good forum for residents to raise problems, but written reports also are useful. It is always more effective to put things in writing and these can be produced and used in support at a later stage. They are something that the parish council can use to the benefit of the community. Comments are closed. Why not start a new conversation?