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Belton and Burgh Castle to see more road closures

PUBLISHED: 10:38 22 January 2018 | UPDATED: 16:21 23 January 2018

Roads will be closed. Picture: James Bass

Roads will be closed. Picture: James Bass

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Residents of the villages of Belton and Burgh Castle are facing three more road closures due to gas and water works that will impact on journey times.

From February 12 to 16 Stepshort will be closed yet again, this time for gas connections, resulting in the cutting of the Belton/Burgh Castle road link.

Then from February 19 to March 16 Butt Lane, Burgh Castle will be closed from the Mill Road junction to the St Furseys area for a complete replacement of the water main for Essex & Suffolk Water.

Finally from February 28 to March 2 Market Road will be closed, also for Essex & Suffolk Water, for a connection job.

The villages have been effected by a series of road closures, with Stepshort closed due to Anglia Water improvement works.

All three road closures are advised on the Norfolk County Council website at www.norfolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/roads/roadworks

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