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The fingerpost sign was knocked over a month or so ago as a consequence of a road accident. It remains in the ditch.

Reported anonymously at 12:37, Tue 19 November 2019

The sign was knocked over as a consequence of a nasty road accident. This junction is dangerous because it is very difficult to see when driving from the Fernham direction. There is an earlier 'T' junction warning sign but the fingerpost normally supplements this by indicating the actual position of the junction. The sign, though elderly, actually looks intact and might just need re-cementing in position.



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