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Numerous dangerous potholes tennyson road

Reported anonymously at 17:23, Mon 11 February 2013

Along the whole length of Tennyson Road, Bognor Regis, are numerous dangerous potholes. Some are more than 3ins deep. In the past these holes have been ring-marked with white and yellow paint. The paint in some cases has worn-away. There is a very large one on the juction of Tennyson Road and Elm Grove. There are other deep ones running the whole length of Tennyson From the Junction of Tennyson Road and Nyewood lane. Tennyson Road is used as a 'Rat-Run' and as such this road has to bare the brunt of a higher than usual amount of traffic. From cars, Huge-lorries, vans and other delivery vans, all serving the many nursing homes in this area. The danger exists whereby cars and other vehicles are parked on either side of the whole length of this road, making it difficult to avoid the holes without dodging and crashing into these parked vehicles and other vehicles attempting to use the road. As you can see, to reduce the serious possibility of accidents and damage to person and vehicles, It would be most conducive to the safety of all road-users of this road if these holes are repaired soonest. Please feel free to contact me if necessary. Yours ever, Reginald Steers.



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