You have had your say – and you are not keen on the idea of pedestrianising South Street.

A public consultation into the trial closure of the road, between the junction of Gundry Lane and the town hall, has revealed that 69 per cent of those who took part are against the idea.

Bridport Town Council agreed that a consultation exercise be undertaken on town centre traffic, including seeking views on a trial closure of South Street and town centre speed limits, back in March.

The idea has divided people in Bridport. 

Your views were sought and the results, published on Friday, show that 29 per cent of those who took part think the proposed trial closure is a good idea, while 69 per cent are against it.

The results will be discussed by the town council at its next full meeting on November 21.