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#MORSE

#MORSE is a new initiative to make roads safer throughout West Mercia launched in September, focusing on individuals who are repeatedly committing driving offences, as well as those who are at risk of offending. 

#MORSE is a partnership between West Mercia Police, Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue, Shropshire Fire and Rescue and the WWMCRC to provide tailored support to address the root causes of dangerous driving. It aims to target all types of driving offences including speeding, driving under the influence of drink or drugs and careless driving. 

#MORSE is delivered by a team of five YSS key workers and is funded by West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner, John Campion.

 

Operation SNAP

As part of Operation Snap, members of the public can report and submit (via a secure online formExternal Link) digital footage showing potential traffic offences. This can range from driving dangerously or carelessly to overtaking on solid white lines, using a mobile phone while driving, ignoring traffic lights or dangerous driving around other road users, such as horse riders and cyclists.

 

Your submission will be sent to West Mercia Police where the evidence will be reviewed by one of our road traffic police officers.

 

Due to the large volume of submissions received each week, we are unable to update each submitter regarding the outcome of their allegation. However, all submissions are dealt with pro-actively to help reduce risk taking and poor driving on our counties roads.

 

Any footage submitted through the portal can be used by us to help educate other road users and to advise on case results.

 

For more information, please see the Frequently Asked Questions section or email OpSnap@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

 

 

COSRA 100 Club January Winners

 

 

Bridget Crompton                 £25

Carolyn Middleton                 £15

Osta and Godfrey Brace         £10

 

 

Tractors Driving Through the Village

Recently there has been much correspondence on various social media sites regarding tractors being driven through our village. In response, Roger Davies, Chair of Charlton Parish Council, and Sue Hiscocks from Charlton met with Matt Whiteman and Nick from Evesham Vale Growers. Evesham Vale Growers made it clear they wish to work with the communities within which they have farming activities and have agreed to advise their tractor drivers to drive at a maximum speed of 20mph limit through the built up part of our village, and this will be reduced down to 10mph where certain pinch points occur. The same limits will be applied to their tractor drivers moving through Fladbury and Cropthorne villages. They will also make sure their contractors are aware of these requirements. 

 

If any particular driver is seen to be not complying, or using their ‘phone while driving, then please let them know and they will take it up with them directly. If their tractor registration can be noted then they can easily identify who they need to speak to. 

 

To contact EVG please do this via email to:

 

 villagetraffic@springhillfarms.co.uk

 

Charlton (Merry Brook) Rapid Response Catchment Community Plan

West Mercia Local Relief Forum in conjunction with Charlton Community Flood Action Group, Charlton Parish Council, Worcestershire County Council, Wychavon District Council and the Environment Agency have published a Rapid Response Catchment Community Plan in the event of serious flooding of the Merry Brook. This document details the risk of a serious flooding event and the actions required in the event that such an incident occurs. You can view the plan document by clicking on the icon below:

 

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Natural Flood Management Project

If you were unble to make the drop in meeting on 6th June but would still like to discuss any of thee matters in any way, please feel free to email: floodresilience@environment-agency.gov.uk

Pictures of the leaky dams installed on the Merry Brook above the village

Placing the logs across the brook with the aid of a digger

 

The logs in place with the brash infill

 

Rural Bus Services Scrutiny - Findings and Report

Following the withdrawal of many rural bus services across the county (which severely affects Charlton), Worcestershire County Council commissioned an enquiry. The following link will take you to a report on their findings:

 

http://worcestershire.moderngov.co.uk/documents/b9340/Additional%20Papers%2005th-Dec-2018%2009.30%20Overview%20and%20Scrutiny%20Performance%20Board.pdf?T=9

Charlton Parish Council has responded to the recent call for comments on Worcestershire County Council's Passenger Transport Strategy document on behalf of village residents.

 

 

 

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