The ward councillors
SLOW Down signs have been displayed at Hollingdean Dip with animals drawn by children.
Caroline Penn and Tracey Hill, ward councillors for Hollingdean, together with road safety campaigner Daniel Goodhand, fixed the signs to lamp posts to try and persuade drivers to drop their speed through the Dip (Hollingbury Place).
The signs were drawn by children at the Lucky Dip Summer Fayre in June.
The Dip is closed to traffic once a year for this popular community event and street market.
Signs were also put up last year and signs featured sloths, snails and dinosaurs. This time the slow-moving animals are a hedgehog and an elephant.
Caroline Penn says: “There are speeding concerns because the Dip is literally in a dip.”
Source: The Argus