Fr Andrew has been contacted recently by certain residents of the parish to say that members of the congregation (either ours or given the location involved quite possibly Salem's) have been parking on the streets rather than in car parks.  It is said there are notices in residents' windows requesting that people do not park in front of those address.  Whilst of course such notices carry no legal authority, as a matter of courtesy and a sign of our consideration for our fellow parishioners Fr Andrew asks could people coming to S. Saviour's please, when possible use car parks and certainly not obstruct access to others' homes or driveways, and also when parking please also be considerate of pedestrians and not park on footpaths.

As a sign of our commitment to listening and responding to community voices and using ours as a church community, Fr Andrew will be strongly recommending to our councillor that parking in the side-streets in the immediate vicinity of the churches and businesses of Ford Green Road should be subject residents' parking permits, including at weekends.

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