Concerns have been raised about a road in Tottington after it was named as a speeding hotspot in a survey.

Bury North MP James Daly, carried out the traffic and road safety survey across Bury, Ramsbottom and Tottington with the aim to better understand the roads in the area and which residents believe to be most dangerous.

Turton Road in Tottington, a country road, has seen a number of crashes and road deaths over the years, with three people being killed and six being hurt back in 2003 after a crash that was reportedly caused by dangerous driving.

Mr Daly sent a letter to residents near the road to inform them that he has contacted Greater Manchester Police to ask for a mobile speed camera to be placed on the road to catch motorists who are breaking the speed limit and end the issue.

He has also made contact with the council to ask for measures to be implemented on the road to remind motorists of the speed limit.

The Conservative MP said: “I am often contacted by constituents in relation to traffic and speeding in their local area.

“Residents are rightly concerned about not only their safety, but also the safety of their family members and neighbours.

“I share their concerns and want to help out as best I can.”

A survey is available on his website, which he encourages people to fill in to let him know your thoughts on speeding and traffic where you live.

Click here to fill it in.