One way system set for Welwyn?
A ONE-WAY system could be introduced in Welwyn to help traders fighting for their livelihoods in the aftermath of The Wellington pub fire. The news emerged at a crunch meeting on Thursday, which was attended by
A ONE-WAY system could be introduced in Welwyn to help traders fighting for their livelihoods in the aftermath of The Wellington pub fire.
The news emerged at a crunch meeting on Thursday, which was attended by around 15 village traders.
It was convened to discuss the many problems encountered by local businesses since the fire on June 23, including the closure of Codicote Road and loss of parking.
The meeting was organised by Kelvin Dean, the director of SuSu clothing on the High Street.
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He said: "The meeting was very purposeful.
"We discussed the situation in the village and really tried to come to some common thoughts as to what could be done."
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For more reaction from traders, see this week's Welwyn & Hatfield Times, out now.