The leader of Herts County Council has demanded answers from the Department for Transport, Network Rail and Govia Thameslink Railway about the rail chaos which has followed the recent timetable change.
Children at a Royston school have been teaching their grandparents that it’s not too late to get active as part of Herts County Council’s new public health campaign to encourage people to enjoy a more active and healthy lifestyle.
Throughout our campaign calling on Herts County Council to make the A505 safer, the Crow has found that the single most devisive issue on the stretch between Royston and Baldock is the cut-through junctions in the central reservations to cross the dual carriageway and access the villages.
Care home residents and staff in Royston who were previously able to get to the town centre via a private car park now have to go the long way round, after the gate they used for years was closed to the public due to antisocial behaviour in the area.
The control centre co-ordinating the Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service is being beset by IT problems and computer glitches that are causing delays to call-outs and putting lives in danger – according to an inside source.
After reporting on another round of terrifying incidents on the A505 over the last two weeks – and hearing of many more near-misses – the Crow is today launching its own campaign to call upon Herts County Council and other agencies to act now and make the A505 safer between Royston and Baldock. Enough really is enough.