Town centre road closures remain in place for Wheels Festival
- Credit: © James Bass 2018
A large part of Great Yarmouth’s seafront will remain closed today as day two of the Wheels Festival gets underway.
Thousands of visitors are expected at the festival once again with attractions including thrilling monster truck rides and daredevil motorbike riders.
Marine Parade, between the junctions with North Drive at Britannia Pier and the Kings Road roundabout, will be closed to traffic between 7am and 7pm on Sunday.
There will be no direct vehicular access to Marine Parade from Lancaster Road, York Road, Trafalgar Road, Trafalgar Square and Britannia Road.
The taxi and coach stops along North Drive will not be affected.
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Clear diversion signs will be in place.
An estimated 15,000 motorcyclists roared into the town on Saturday morning, arriving for On the Throttle's Great Yarmouth Motorcycle Takeover.
Other attractions including the Red Dragon Monster Truck, the On the Edge motorcycle stunt show and Ducati ride-outs are expected to be big hits with the crowds again today.
For more information visit www.gywheelsfestival.co.uk.
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