For the last month or so, our JRSOs have been patrolling around the outside of the Gomer School site, with a member of staff from Gomer Infant or Gomer Junior, during drop-off and pick-up times from school. The community has been remembering the rules which help to keep pedestrians safe. However, today, the JRSOs issued 5 tickets:

  • x2 for cars parked on the yellow lines on Pyrford Close
  • x2 for cars stopping to drop-off and turning in front of the infant school gate
  • x1 for turning and waiting in our local residents car park

It is great that the team are enthusiastic about working in our community but the schools are sad that they need to patrol at all. Any person parking unsafely or illegally, close to school, will be given a Gomer Junior JRSO Parking Ticket. If you are unsure why you have been given a ticket, please ask one of our eloquent JRSOs or their JRSO Champion. Polite request: the JRSOs will always be polite to you so please reciprocate this with politeness. If you are unhappy about receiving a ticket, please park safely and legally. Furthermore, please be aware of our local residents (and their drives) and pedestrians – especially those who are wheelchair users. Please do use our Park and Stride at the Seahorse Pub if you are finding parking near school difficult. We are delighted to see that lots of children are still walking, scooting and cycling into school.

13th July 2022
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