Gracehill Road 'Stop' signs for killer junctions update

Life After charity to hold Open Afternoon for people affected by road traffic accidents

Gracehill Road 'Stop' signs for killer junctions update

Mr Bob McCallion has expressed disapointment that it was taken nearly two months for DFI to acknowledge his email urging them to put up 'hi-viz' STOP signs at dangerous local junctions.

Alan Millar


Alan Millar


LIFE After, the charity that supports people who have lost loved ones and relatives in road traffic collisions are holding an Open Afternoon in Coleraine Leisure Centre on Saturday October 26 from 12.30pm until 2.30pm.
Life After have become closely involved with organisations such as Farmers For Action and Save the Dark Hedges, in the campaign to see improved safety, at the Walkers Cross and Clintyfinnan junctions on Gracehill Road, specifically the replacement of 'Give Way' signs with 'Stop' signs ASAP.
North Antrim MLA Robin Swann and local UUP Cllr Joan Baird, with Farmers for Action’s William Taylor  will be meeting the Permanent Secretary Katrina Godfrey on October 30 in respect of the matter.

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