On 27 November the SID was returned to its War Memorial site after its temporary relocation due to Remembrance Day services.

During its month on Combe Road it recorded vehicles’ average speed as 22mph with a maximum recorded of 55mph. It can be see from the graph below that the vast majority of drivers respect the fact that they have entered a village.

There remains a ‘hard core’ who consider speed limits to be for ‘other people’ and continue to drive without concern for pedestrians, cyclists and other road users. It could have been one of these people who, in the early hours of Saturday 26 November, decided to attack the SID and damage its mountings! This is the second time this has occurred in the last three months, in each case the police have been informed of the criminal damage. Fortunately the damage was rectifiable and SID continues to assist with Stonesfield road safety.