Cheshire Police have been in action to pull in anyone who has been found to be burning the tarmac through the village.
They had a really productive day's work in late September, when they accumulated 22 'customers' found to be exceeding the 30 mph limit.
The moral of the story (particularly for those of us who live in Chelford) is to set an example by doing 30 in the 30 mph zone, that way, we'll also avoid the embarrassment of being fined for speeding in our own village.
Oh yes, it's best to expect further Cheshire Police speeding days in the future. In fact, they were here again today.
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