Drivers in Norfolk have been warned of delays next week due to multiple abnormal loads being transported through the county. 

Police will be escorting a mud mat on Monday at 9.30am from Gapton Hall Road in Great Yarmouth to Harfreys Road in Great Yarmouth.

The 44-tonne load is 16.5 metres long and will travel via Morton Peto Road.

On Tuesday at 11am, a boat mould will be transported from Gaymers Way in North Walsham to Goodchild Marine in Burgh Castle. 

The load weighs 38 tonnes and is 22.8 metres long.

It will travel via Folgate Road and then the B1145, A149, B1152, A1064, A47, A143, New Road, Stepshort, Butt Lane and then local roads to the site.

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The load may take an alternative route after the A47 heading on to the A143, then New Road, Stepshort, Butt Lane and local roads to the site. 

Another mud mat will be transported on Wednesday at 9.30am.

The 44-tonne load will travel from Harfreys Industrial Estate in Great Yarmouth to Sinclair Court in Great Yarmouth.

It will be transported via Harfreys Road and Morton Peto Road.