£32,000 roadworks may cause week of disruption

PUBLISHED: 07:50 13 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:37 13 June 2018

B1135 Crownthorpe Road in Crownthorpe. Photo: Google

B1135 Crownthorpe Road in Crownthorpe. Photo: Google


Work costing more than £30,000 will cause disruption to roads for a week at the end of June.

Crownthorpe Road from 
C166 Wymondham Road to U78067 Low Street will be closed by Norfolk County Council.

The work is due to start on Monday, June 25 for one week to carry out essential patching maintenance.

Access to properties will be maintained throughout the duration of the works, but the road is a main route for communities such as Crownthorpe, Wicklewood and Kimberley to access Wymondham and the A11, who may be forced to use smaller country roads.

The County Council has thanked people for their patience while the work is carried out.

For further information contact Robert West, highway engineer, on 0344 800 8020.

The work which will cost £32,000 will be carried out by the Community and Environmental Services Department and their contractors.

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