Nostalgia: Twenty’s plenty for Bellshill drivers

Residents in the West End scheme in Bellshill welcome the introduction of a Twenty's Plenty anti-speeding scheme in October 1998
Residents in the West End scheme in Bellshill welcome the introduction of a Twenty's Plenty anti-speeding scheme in October 1998
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Residents in a Bellshill housing estate were delighted to be chosen for a ‘go slow’ initiative in October 1998.

Pictured with residents is Bellshill councillor Harry McGuigan.

The West End estate was one of three areas in North Lanarkshire which were chosen for the ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ scheme.

‘Twenty’s Plenty’ was a Government-backed initiative involving advisory signs being put up in housing estates urging drivers to cut their speed.

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