Category Archives: Signs
Barmby Moor Front Street Sign
The Front Street sign is only just hanging onto the wall in Barmby Moor. I have requested ERYC undertake the required maintenance before the sign drops off.
Market Place Businesses – Open Every Tuesday
Several residents and businesses have rightly contacted me to question the lunacy of ERYC erecting a sign at the entrance to Market Place stating: “Market Place CLOSED every Tuesday for market”. This is clearly incorrect. There is a parking restriction … Continue reading
30 mph Vehicle Activated Sign Realigned
I am pleased to confirm that the 30 mph vehicle activated sign on Yapham Road, Pocklington has been realigned. Prior To Realignment Well done ERYC.
Stamford Bridge Heritage Signs Request
For reasons unknown there are no signs welcoming motorists to Stamford Bridge highlighting the Battle of Stamford Bridge similar to those for Fulford. I have requested ERYC to advise as to the process to erecting similar signs for Stamford Bridge.
30 mph Vehicle Activated Sign – Realignment Required
A fundamental aspect of a vehicle activated sign is that it faces in the correct direction. For reasons unknown the 30 mph sign on Yapham Road, Pocklington is 90 degrees out of alignment. To assist road safety I have requested … Continue reading
Sherbuttgate Road South – Sign Realignment
ERYC have confirmed that they will realign the sign at the junction of Sherbuttgate Road South. Well done ERYC.
Mile Roundabout – Damaged Sign Replaced
I can confirm that the damaged sign on The Mile roundabout has been replaced. Prior To Replacement Well done ERYC.
George Street Parking Sign Works
ERYC have confirmed that they will realign and secure the George Street – Parking Sign when they are working in that area. Well done ERYC.
Canal Lane New Sign Replacement
ERYC have confirmed that they will replace the current sign for Canal Lane, Pocklington that has seen better days. Well done ERYC.
Canal Lane New Sign Requested
As the current sign for Canal Lane, Pocklington has seen better days I have requested ERYC to replace it at the earliest opportunity.
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