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Catmose Car Park Congestion

21 March

There is currently a four way traffic light system in place at the bottom of Huntsman Drive, which is causing severe congestion particularly at the end of the College day.

Please avoid bringing your car to the Catmose site unless absolutely unavoidable. Last night people were delayed by up to an hour and a half. If you could possibly arrange an alternative drop off/pick up location with your child, you would save yourself considerable time.

We have complained to the Highways department at Rutland County Council who were responsible for agreeing this arrangement but have been advised by them it is unavoidable, and will be in place until 18th April.

 

 

 

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