Lives at risk on 'dangerous' Anglesey road where council can't afford pavement
Community leaders fear it is “only a matter of time” before someone is seriously injured on a village road unless a £60,000 pavement is installed.
Residents in Llansadwrn, near Menai Bridge, have been calling for urgent action to install pedestrian access linking both sides of the village.
As a result, even to reach the village postbox, those living on the Brynteg Estate have to encroach onto the busy B5109 that links Beaumaris to Pentraeth.
Anglesey Council says previous applications to pay for the work worth £60,000 have been turned down by the Welsh Government, with no other funding... read more
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