Do you need Coedpoeth no-win, no-fee* lawyers? The village of Coedpoeth is located in the Wrexham county in Wales and its interesting name comes from the Welsh word for coed that means “wood” and poeth that translates to “burnt”. As a result, the name Coedpoeth translates to “burnt wood” and it is thought that this is a reference to the village’s heritage of charcoal burning.
A claim can be made if you have been in an accident on a school road which will need the provision of Coedpoeth no-win, no-fee* lawyers
The school in Coedpoeth has had problems of late concerning the heavy traffic on the roads around the school with the Headmaster warning of an accident occurring involving a student unless action is taken. The Headmaster has taken his concerns to the Council and the councillors have responded by saying that they are committed to finding a solution to the issue. He has told the council that students and parents are forced to cross the roads that are full of heavy traffic because of cars that are parked on the pavement. Also the parked cars stop the bus from being able to stop safely on the road.
Williams has added that a meeting should be held between interest groups who use the road and together they should formulate solutions to the problem. The bulk of the traffic problems happen between 2.45pm and 3.30pm every day and at this time the road will become blocked and the school bus gets stuck in the traffic. Parents picking up their children then have to wait for long periods until the traffic clears up.
The Headmaster has pointed out that the delays and inconvenience of the heavy traffic is not his main concern and that the safety of students and parents crossing the road is the primary issue here. It is unknown as to why there is such a large volume of cars parked on the pavement near the school. The Council has also been told of concerns on another road in the village, Talwrn Road.
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