09:49AM, Wednesday 09 October 2013
Residents concerned about safety at a junction in Maidenhead have called a meeting to discuss their concerns.
Working for Woodlands Park Village Association has called the meeting to discuss the junction between Woodlands Park Avenue and Woodlands Park Road.
Some of the vegetation at the T-junction has recently been cut back, but residents claim there is still a problem as the hedge gets in the way of drivers seeing cars travelling down the hill.
Heather Scott, of Waltham Road, said she feels a mini roundabout could improve the safety of the junction.
Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting at Woodlands Park Village Centre in Manifold Way on Saturday, October 19, at 3pm to share their views.
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