Road in south Norfolk to close for four weeks at the start of new year
- Credit: Google Maps
A road in south Norfolk which links a village to Wymondham is set to close for four weeks next month.
The B1135 Wymondham Road will close from January 4 at the B1108 Station Road junction to the north of St Peter’s Church in Kimberley as Norfolk County Council completes drainage work.
Work will see three new gullies and a catchpit installed in order to alleviate a surface water problem in the area.
An official diversion will be in place.
Access in and out of homes will still be available during the work.
The work will cost £35,000 and be carried out by Norfolk County Council’s community and environmental services team and its contractors.
For up-to-date information about the county's roads, visit our LIVE Norfolk traffic map.
Join our Norfolk Travel Information group on Facebook for all the latest traffic news in Norfolk.
- 1 Man who survived motorcycle crash died from Covid, inquest told
- 2 Meet the new team behind revamped village pub
- 3 Man taken to hospital after car crashed into ditch
- 4 New Co-op branch opening its doors in Wymondham
- 5 Inquest into Banham Poultry deaths adjourned again amid manslaughter probe
- 6 A11 motorcycle restaurant delays build of short-stay lodges
- 7 These are the dog breeds given up most at a Norfolk rehoming centre
- 8 Railway launches appeal to restore signal box
- 9 Plan B measures to be scrapped across England
- 10 Delays and road partially blocked after crash near Wymondham