Published: April 30, 2010
Latest Berrow Coast Road protest to be held on Saturday

Angry campaigners in Berrow who are calling for a new pavement to be introduced along a dangerous stretch of road in the village will hold their first protest march of the year on Saturday (May 1st).

Berrow's Local Action Team is organising the protest, starting at 11am from outside Berrow Church, as part of their long-running campaign to get a new pavement introduced along Coast Road.

The previous May protest, pictured here in 2009, caused huge disruption to motorists during one of the area's busiest weekends for tourists of the year.

The march is being held amid fresh hopes that Somerset County Council will re-consider its decision not to introduce a pavement along the busy road.

Berrow Local Action Team Chairman Ken May has written to all county councillors, challenging them to attend the protest march. MP David Heathcoat-Amory will also be in attendance. has covered every protest over several years and will also be attending Saturday's event.


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