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Driving through Town permitted once again to help everyone enjoy the Christmas lights

Driving through Town permitted once again to help everyone enjoy the Christmas lights

Wednesday 01 December 2021

Driving through Town permitted once again to help everyone enjoy the Christmas lights


MEDIA RELEASE: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and not Bailiwick Express, and the text is reproduced exactly as supplied to us

Traffic & Highway Services has once again granted a general permission to allow members of the public to drive through some areas of St. Peter Port, providing elderly members of the community and people with disabilities an opportunity to see the Christmas lights.

Permits do not need to be obtained from Traffic & Highway Services for vehicular access to Smith Street, the High Street, Le Pollet, Mill Street and Mansell Street. This is only permitted between 6pm and 10pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday evenings from Wednesday 1st December 2021 through to Sunday 2nd January 2022.

Whilst drivers are permitted to travel in either direction along Smith Street, drivers must only travel in the direction of the Town Church when driving along Le Pollet or the High Street and down Mansell and Mill Street.

Drivers are also reminded that the above listed roads are all subject to a 12mph speed limit.

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