We need more trip hazard signs please
Reported via desktop in the Park safety issue category anonymously at 09:34, Tuesday 19 July 2022 using FixMyStreet Pro
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later
I sent the email below on 7th June but don’t seem to have received a response. Could you kindly forward it to the relevant department, please?
I think there may have been some confusion that the churchyard at St John’s Church, Keynsham is the responsibility of Keynsham Town Council, however it does come under BANES. Trip hazard signs were provided by yourselves previously after a member of the public threatened legal action after tripping over an uneven slab on the church path. We have a number of warning signs on the external walls of our parish hall, but the free-standing signs we had alongside paths in the churchyard have been routinely uprooted and damaged and, unfortunately, are now beyond repair.
If there is a more robust alternative, we would appreciate hearing about it, or some identical signs that we can erect (with a few spare) would be great.
Vanessa Body Keynsham Parish Office 0117 9863354
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Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:05, Tuesday 19 July 2022
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State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:51, Tuesday 27 September 2022
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