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South Holland volunteers back out on Community Speed Watch patrols

Volunteers committed to keeping South Holland free of speeding drivers have restarted their patrols in the area after an easing of lockdown restrictions.

Community Speed Watch (CSW) teams have been allowed to resume their monitoring of traffic in town and villages at the same time as Lincolnshire Police launched a new, two-year Roads Policing Plan.

In Weston and Weston Hills, five speed checks have been carried out since last Monday when CSW patrols restarted, with more than 50 drivers caught breaking the villages' respective 30mph and 40mph speed limits.

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