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Police warn parents over bad parking outside Norwich school

PUBLISHED: 10:03 23 January 2019 | UPDATED: 15:10 23 January 2019

Police have warned parents not to park dangerously outside Heartsease Primary Academy. Pic: Norwich Police.

Police have warned parents not to park dangerously outside Heartsease Primary Academy. Pic: Norwich Police.

Norwich Police

Police have warned parents over the way they have been parking their cars outside a Norwich school.

Norwich Police tweeted that they had received reports of poor parking outside Heartsease Primary Academy at drop off/pick up times.

They posted a picture of the way vehicles were parked outside the Rider Haggard Road school. It showed cars on pavements and close to a mini-roundabout.

They said: “Please be respectful about where you park and do not block driveways, pavements or junctions. You must not park on the zig-zag lines.”


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