One of the aims of Shropshire Disability Network is helping to give disabled people and carers in Shropshire a voice. At the request of some of our members we submitted to Shropshire Council your concerns on changes re “Proposed” Pedestrian Zone of Pride Hill and Butcher Row, Shrewsbury.
As of today (Tuesday 28th May 2019) the new traffic regulations come into effect. Note, these new regulations also apply to Blue Badge Holders.
SDN has received official notification from Shropshire Council as follows:
On 23 May 2019 Shropshire Council made an order to introduce a Pedestrian Zone on the following roads in Shrewsbury:
The entire length of Pride Hill.
Butcher Row – from its junction with Pride Hill for a distance of 40 metres in a south-easterly direction.
The Pedestrian Zone will comprise the following traffic restrictions: THE SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL (PRIDE HILL AND BUTCHER ROW, SHREWSBURY) (PROHIBITION OF ACCESS) ORDER 2019
Prohibition of all vehicles (this includes cycles) between 10 am and 4 pm;
Outside these times vehicles may enter the Zone to access premises, and to load and unload;
Prohibition of parking at any time. In this case the prohibition also applies to vehicles displaying the disabled persons’ blue badge;
This edition of Your Voice has a festive feel – download your copy below!
You will find out how to get your hands on SDN’s Christmas Cards – with designs by Members – and how people with and without disabilities can enjoy a creative Christmas carol service. There is an invitation to the final SDN Members’ Meeting of the year – come along in festive dress if you wish!
We thank our brilliant volunteers, fundraisers and supporters, and we look forward to making a difference together again in the year ahead. We also touch on serious topics of safeguarding and hate crime, as well as, different opportunities to learn more about your NHS or about your local gravestones.
There are features, too, on a successful scheme to put unsold food from supermarkets to good use and on new funding for services for people with deafness and hearing loss in Shropshire.
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