Roadworks to bring traffic disruption to South Norfolk villages
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Traffic will be disrupted in two South Norfolk villages as work begins on separate schemes to resurface a road and improve footpath links.
Work will begin on Monday, October 29, on a footpath in North Lopham, a continuation to existing trod path for residents to safely walk from Cherry Tree Close towards The Green.
The path is being extended following a successful bid by North Lopham Parish Council under Norfolk County Council's Parish Partnership scheme.
Work on the £3,000 scheme will last about a week and while the road will remain open throughout traffic will be controlled by three-way traffic lights.
Meanwhile essential carriageway patching work will begin on Market Place, the link road between The Green and Market Street, in Pulham Market on October 29.
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Market Place will be closed to traffic during construction. A short diversion will be in place via The Green, Harleston Road and Market Street.
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