Police action

PUBLISHED: 13:38 16 March 2006 | UPDATED: 13:20 04 May 2010

PC Andy Martin had visited the Clerk on March 3 and reported that he had continued to monitor the parking problems in the High Street. He had issued a few warnings during the month. With the help of a colleague he had also been in Hillrow with a speed c

PC Andy Martin had visited the Clerk on March 3 and reported that he had continued to monitor the parking problems in the High Street. He had issued a few warnings during the month. With the help of a colleague he had also been in Hillrow with a speed camera and caught a few people, some were warned and some fined. The report of the white car last month was being followed up. Surgeries had been held in Aldreth and Haddenham on March 10, but no one had attended. The next surgeries will be held tomorrow (Friday) 4-4.30pm in Aldreth High Street and 5-5.30pm in Duck Lane, Haddenham. It was agreed that PC Martin should be asked to continue to monitor the parking problems together with motorcycles using the High Street at very fast speeds.


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