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The police operation took place on the A612 Nottingham Road.


Fourteen motorists were stopped for speeding during a police operation that took place earlier today (26) after concerns were raised by residents in Burton Joyce.

Nottinghamshire Police said the operation took place on the A612 Nottingham Road.

One motorist was also prosecuted for travelling 61mph in the 40mph zone.

A spokesman said: “The Carlton beat team conducted a speed operation on A612 Nottingham Road in Burton Joyce following ongoing complaints from residents about the excess speed of vehicles along the A612, going into Burton Joyce.”

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(PHOTO: Notts Police)

After police shared news of the operation on social media local people had their say.

Liz Mathieson posted: “It might be an idea to check the speed of motorists outside Carlton le Willows Academy on a school run long before they get to Burton Joyce.”

Hazel Chadbourne-Doyle called for more permanent measures to be put in place.

She posted: “We need average speed cameras installing. Speeding through the village is a regular occurrence.”

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