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A370 roadworks to start on Monday

18:53 27 September 2011

Work on the A370 begins on Monday

Work on the A370 begins on Monday


OVERNIGHT resurfacing work of the A370 in Congresbury starts on Monday and will see the road closed between 7pm-6am.

The £250,000 maintenance scheme is expected to take 10 days before moving on to High Street and Brinsea Road.

Neighbouring villages are warned to expect heavier traffic than usual with roads in Claverham and Yatton having their weight limits suspended whilst the road is closed.


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