Welcome to the Fens but can you guess which part?
- Credit: Heather Barnes
Welcome to ….....er actually it’s Littleport.
The photos were taken by an Ely Standard reader concerned that the signs – hidden behind a bumper crop of foliage – may be a danger to motorists.
She says her other concern is for those motorists without sat navs or unfamiliar with the area pulling up to work out their route.
Cambridgeshire County Council advises people use their ‘highways reporting tool’ to report faults that they say will be assessed within 10 working days.
Examples of highways emergencies include:
Manholes or gratings that are missing
Traffic signalled junctions or crossing, all lights out, damaged street lights, traffic signals, lit bollards and lit signs where wires are exposed
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Fallen tree or branch blocking part or all the road or path
Extensive flooding resulting in road being impassable
Large dead animals - eg cattle / deer / horse causing obstruction
Only deep potholes on busy A roads and main distributor roads will be treated as an emergency