Waltham Abbey Community Speedwatch
Would you like to help make Waltham Abbey's roads safer for pedestrians, cyclists, wildlife and other road users?

Can you spare one or two evenings a month?

If so, why not join Waltham Abbey Community Speedwatch?

Community Speed Watch is a traffic monitoring scheme, coordinated by the Essex Fire and Rescue Service (EPCRS) and supported by Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP), but managed and run by volunteers in the community.

By increasing the existing methods of education and recruiting and involving local volunteers, Community Speed Watch benefits the communities themselves by helping to reduce anti-social behaviour and the number of injuries from road traffic collisions.

The benefits of Community Speed Watch include:

* The opportunity for residents to increase road safety in their area, and support activities to reduce road traffic collisions and injuries.
* Enhancing the role of community members as volunteers, and developing better links with the community.
* Raising awareness of anti-social road use among who use them in local areas.

We've five initial locations across Waltham Abbey (see the next section for details) and a training session on Weds 20th November.

Please help out if you can!

Thanks,

Cllr Dave Plummer
Waltham Abbey Speedwatch Coordinator
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