Search

Dereham motorists face delays as roadworks progress

12:10 13 August 2012

A new phase of roadworks in Dereham has started

A new phase of roadworks in Dereham has started

Archant © 2004

Motorists have been warned to expect traffic delays in parts of Dereham this week because of roadworks affecting some of the town’s busiest thoroughfares.

Resurfacing of the Station Road/London Road mini-roundabout started yesterday, and work in London Road itself started today, Monday August 13.

The roads will be closed and diversions put in place while the job, which is expected to last between three and five days, is being done.

From Sunday August 19 workmen will resurface the Commercial Road/London Road mini-roundabout in Dereham, and the road will be closed.

The one-way restriction between the Cowper Road/Norwich Street junction and the car park will be suspended while work is being done. Traffic will be controlled at the junction and the car park entrance by stop-and-go boards.

0 comments

Other news

6 minutes ago
Tommy Georgious's Thetford home was burgled in May and he's still waiting for insurance money to pay.
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

A man who claims he had £15,000 of damage done to his home after a burglary has staged a one man protest against a building society he says has let him down.

Yesterday, 15:57
The official opening of Great Yarmouth Primary Academy - one of the Inspiration Trust schools at the centre of the allegations. (L TO R) Rachel De Souza, Bill Holledge - Headteacher, Dr Liz Sidwell  - Schools Commissioner and Theodoe Agnew - Academy Sponsor.   Picture: James Bass

Ofsted has announced an independent review of its investigation into claims that three Norfolk schools connected to Dame Rachel de Souza received advance notice of up-coming inspections.

Yesterday, 15:54
Chris Ball, pharmacist at Hurn Chemist in Norwich, who is part of a new campaign urging patients to cut down on wasted medicines. Picture: Supplied

Patients have been urged to help save the NHS millions of pounds after it emerged that almost £5m was being lost every year in Norfolk through unused prescription medicines.

Yesterday, 13:10
Jamie and Michelle Mintram, along with their children Josh and Chloe share their Weeting home and garden with 145 pets and rescue animals.Picture by: Sonya Duncan

It is your average three-bed family home, lived in by a husband, wife and two children.

Most read

Thu, 17:19
Three arrested on alleged drugs offences in Thetford.

Three men have been arrested on drugs charges after a stop and search in Thetford.

Read more
Yesterday, 13:10
Jamie and Michelle Mintram, along with their children Josh and Chloe share their Weeting home and garden with 145 pets and rescue animals.Picture by: Sonya Duncan

It is your average three-bed family home, lived in by a husband, wife and two children.

Read more
Thursday, March 20, 2008

Minor-op patients and mums-to-be seeking ultrasound scans are among those who could be dealt with at a new walk-in 'polyclinic' in the pipeline for Thetford as part of a controversial overhaul of NHS services.

Read more
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Malik Lock on his way to scoring the late try which sealed a 27-24 win over rivals Thurston and promotion from Eastern Counties Two for Thetford RUFC. Photo: Bill Smith

Thetford RUFC capped a very successful season with their annual presentation night at the club.

Read more
Friday, October 18, 2013

A man who was found to have a stun gun disguised as a torch when stopped by police has been jailed for two years.

Read more

Local Weather

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 14°C

min temp: 10°C

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Thetford and Brandon e-edition today E-edition