AS drivers, cyclists or pedestrians, we all have those junctions that we dread approaching.

There are some we may even go out of our way to avoid.

Malvern Gazette readers have been sharing which junctions they think are the most dangerous on our Facebook page.

Guarlford Road, junction to Upton and Callow End

Malvern Gazette: The junction at the end of the Guarlford Road was named by a number of readersThe junction at the end of the Guarlford Road was named by a number of readers (Image: Google Maps)

The junction mentioned the most often by readers was the end of the Guarlford Road (B4211), where you can turn right towards Upton or left towards Callow End.

People pointed out that the junction is on a blind bend, with Ali Taylor describing it as a “hideous junction”.

Kelly Powell said there had been “so many accidents, and so many more near misses. It needs to be a roundabout.”

Mandy Watson said: “I totally agree, I was first on the scene there a few years ago. It was dreadful.”

Gemma Frater said councillors including district council leader Tom Wells had tried to make the area safer, but that drivers still went too fast.

Worcester Road and Church Street

Readers mentioned a number of junctions in Great Malvern, particularly junctions off Worcester Road and Church Street.

Samantha Greetham said: “Pulling out of the Wyche Road on to Worcester Road, or out of Abbey Road on to the Worcester Road. Out of any of the side roads on to Church Street. Actually, how long have you got?”

Sara Bennett said turning off Worcester Road into either Church Street or Edith Walk was dangerous.

Malvern Gazette: The junction of Albion Road and Leigh Sinton Road was mentionedThe junction of Albion Road and Leigh Sinton Road was mentioned (Image: Google Maps)

Other junctions mentioned include the A4103 at Cradley, particularly if you’re trying to turn right onto the main road.

Kate Dean said: “The lorries come hurtling around the corner and they’re on you before you can blink. Speed limit needs to go down to 40mph before the bend.”

Matt Parcell said he used to live near the junction of Pickersleigh Road and Pickersleigh Avenue and that it averaged “an accident every two months”.

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Daphne Northey Hughes said: “Trying to turn out of Albion Road onto Leigh Sinton Road with vans parked above and below the junction, it's impossible to see what is coming up or down the main road.

“We take our lives into our hands most days and hope for the best.”

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Vikki Joy Sivertsen said that as a pedestrian or cyclist, crossing the road on Townsend Way by Morrisons is dangerous.

“Particularly if you’re walking in the direction of Aldi. Very poor visibility of the traffic coming out of Morrisons/retail park,” she said.

What do you think? Join the debate.