PARENTS are being asked to use their loaf when parking near a school to prevent delivery drivers clogging up the main route through Blythe Bridge at peak times.
Deliveries of bread to Tesco Express have been causing issues for drivers and parents of William Amory pupils since the old Duke of Wellington pub was converted around four years ago.
Lorries reversing near the school gates and causing traffic chaos for commuters have also been a hot-topic among angry parents.
Now, they are asking parish leaders what they’re going to do to rectify the issue.
Chairman of Forsbrook Parish Council, Peter Jones, has been into the store on a number of a occasions to speak to the manager.
At a meeting of the council on Monday, April 16 said: “We have parents using the delivery entrance at Cheadle Road on a daily basis.
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