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Drivers urged to take care on B9169 over Mulbuie Primary School speed sign malfunction on Black Isle


By Hector MacKenzie

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A temporary speed sign has been put in place and drivers asked to take care on the Black Isle.
A temporary speed sign has been put in place and drivers asked to take care on the Black Isle.

DRIVERS are being asked to slow down near a Ross-shire primary school today after issues with a flashing warning sign.

The warning centres on Mulbuie Primary School, on the B9169, on the Black Isle.

The 20mph flashing warning signs are currently not working.

Highland Council has placed signage for a temporary 30mph speed limit around the school.

Drivers are being asked to slow down around the school during the week.

This is especially important at the moment as the children are having their lunch break in the community hall while work is carried out at the school.

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