Chief Constable to visit Bury over anti-social road use

Thanks to Bury Parish Council’s continuing dialogue with various agencies over anti-social road behaviour on Bury Hill, resulting in parishioners having to suffer excessive noise and dangerous driving, the Chief Constable of Sussex Jo Shiner will be visiting the village in the afternoon of Friday, July 9th. She intends to see for herself the situation on the ground and perhaps to discuss the way forward following Sussex Safer Roads Partnership’s recent refusal of BPC’s application for average speed cameras to be installed on Bury Hill.

As a community, we are grateful to Sussex Police for their continuing efforts via Operation Downsway to counter the menace of anti-social road behaviour and we will warmly welcome Jo Shiner’s visit to the village and thank her for the opportunity it gives us to discuss our issues with her.

If you would like to attend, please email BPC’s clerk at Given current Covid regulations, there is a strictly limited number of places available and these will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Successful applicants will be advised, along with venue arrangements.