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A NUMBER of people from Barry ended their 2021 or started their 2022 with a speeding fine.

Here we round up the fines for those from or who were caught speeding in Barry and surrounding areas.

David Jon Nicholson, 56, of Somerset Road East in Barry appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on January 4 and pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on July 3 where he was caught doing 44mph on the 30mph Plymouth Road. He was fined £66 and given four points on his licence. He also had to pay a £34 surcharge.

John Paul Greenfield, 42, of White Farm, Barry, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on December 21 where he was found guilty of speeding.

It related to an offence on June 18 where he was caught doing 24mph on the 20mph Butrills Road close to Sant Curig Primary School. He was fined £100 and given three points on his licence. He also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Justin Francis Henry Hennessey, 51 of Winston Road, Barry, appeared at Newport Magistrates Court on December 31 where he was found guilty of speeding.

It related to an offence on June 24 where he was caught doing 35mph on the 30mph Beaufort Road in Ebbw Vale. He was fined £220 and given three points on his licence. He was also ordered to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Robert Howard, 36 of Barry Road, Barry, appeared at Newport Magistrates Court on December 14 where he pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on June 6 where he was caught doing 58mph on the 50mph A467 near Tregwilym Road flyover in Newport. He was fined £183 and given three points on his licence. He also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Thomas Mark Evans, 25 of St Lythan’s Road, Barry, appeared at Newport Magistrates Court on December 31 where he pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on June 28 where he was caught doing 78mph on the 50mph A467 near Tregwilym Road flyover. He was fined £300 and given six points on his licence. He was also ordered to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Leighton John Pellow, 31 of Pendoylan Close, Barry, appeared at Llanelli Magistrates Court on December 31 where he pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on July 19 where he was caught doing 82mph on the 60mph A48 Pensarn. He was fined £200 and given four points on his licence. He also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

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Colin Jeffrey Beavis, 77 of York Place in Barry appeared at Llanelli Magistrates Court on December 31 where he pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on July 19 where he was caught doing 69mph on the 60mph A477 Llanddowror to Red Roses bypass in St Clear. He was fined £40 and given three points on his licence. He also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Royston Michael Froud, 44 of Kenilworth Road, Barry, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on December 31 where he was found guilty of speeding.

It related to an offence on June 28 where he was caught doing 35mph on the 30mph North Road. He was fined £220 and given three points on his licence. He also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Amanda Wall, 50 of Claude Road, Barry, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on January 4 where she was found guilty of speeding.

It related to an offence on July 2 where she was caught doing 43mph on an unnamed road between School Fferm Goch, where the limit is 30mph. She was fined £440 and given four points on her licence. She also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Nathaniel James Cummings, 18 of Harbour Road, Barry, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on December 21 where he pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on June 26 where he was caught doing 35mph on the 30mph North Road. He was fined £100 and given three points on his licence. He also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Amanda Jones, 49 of Holton Road, Barry, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on December 17, where she was found guilty of speeding.

It related to an offence on June 18 where she was caught doing 26mph on the 20mph Butrills Road near to Sant Curig Primary School. She was fined £220 and given three points on her licence. She was also ordered to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Ashleigh Peter Lockhart, 25 of Laura Street, Barry appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on January 4 where he pleaded guilty to speeding.

It related to an offence on July 3 where he was caught doing 40mph on the 30mph B4267 Lavernock Road in Penarth. He was fined £92 and given three points on his licence. He was also ordered to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

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