By Clive White,
A ‘citizens army’ has been recruited to protect motorist from ‘trigger-happy’ traffic wardens.
A battalion of parking buddies has volunteered to take to Skipton High Street to prevent motorists from being fined for parking on the setts.
So far, about 200 people have signed up, joining Skipton businessmen, Roger Newhouse and Jason Miller, in their campaign.
It comes as district and county councillors have also pledged to step in and look at ways of changing the traffic regulation order which prevents motorists using the setts on market days, even when stallholders stay away.
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