Ladram Bay to hold public meeting over Otterton traffic issues
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A meeting has been arranged on Wednesday, November 8, to allow Otterton residents to raise questions about traffic flow through the village.
A public meeting is being held in Otterton to allow residents to raise any concerns they have over the flow of traffic through the village.
Following a meeting with holiday park Ladram Bay earlier this year, which was attended by county councillor Claire Wright as well as Otterton parish councillors, a public gathering has been scheduled for Wednesday (November 8).
Writing in her blog, cllr Wright said Ladram Bay director Zoe House has offered to hold the meeting at the holiday park at 7.30pm.
She added: “It was impressed upon the Ladram Bay staff, who will first give a presentation about their business, the main reason for holding such a meeting is for local residents to ask questions.
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“I am told that this has been accepted and taken on board.”
There will be a Ladram Bay minibus, seating between eight and 10 people, outside the King’s Arms at 7pm, for those people who are unable to make the trip on their own.
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