Let’s Talk Staffordshire Survey, Stop for the Lollipop
Written by Hitmix Local News on 5 January 2024
As part of Staffordshire County Councils work to understand and support communities across the county, they’ve launched a new survey that’s designed to get to the heart of what matters to Staffordshire residents. They want to hear your ideas and stories about what’s happening in your local area, so that they can encourage more people to get involved and help support where it’s needed. The survey is open until 31 January 2024 and takes only 15 minutes to complete.
Visit Let’s Talk Staffordshire to share your ideas, and you could win a free family day pass to Trentham Gardens.
Drivers in Staffordshire are being reminded of the importance of stopping for the lollipop in a new road safety campaign. The campaign is reminding drivers that failing to stop for a school crossing patrol wearing the official uniform and displaying the patrol stop sign, is an offence under the Road Traffic Act 1984. It is also an offence for a driver to move off whilst the patrol is still on the road. Stop for the lollipop signs are now being rolled out outside selected schools, to help remind drivers of their responsibilities.
Further information on the service, the campaign and current vacancies is available on The School Crossing Patrol Service Webpage.