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Police monitoring Ballymoney Schools after parking complaints.

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Following a number of complaints about parking, police in Ballymoney will be monitoring schools in the area to prevent safety issues.

Police have advised drivers that they should not park near school entrances, or within yellow zig-zag lines and that it is an offence to cause unnecessary obstruction.

Police also advise drivers that parking in an off-street parking area or marked parking bay is safest when dropping off or collecting children from school instead of stopping at the school gates.

Following several complaints about parking, we will be monitoring local schools to try to prevent any safety issues….

Posted by PSNI Ballymoney on Wednesday, 29 April 2015

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