As thousands of people are set to pour on to the streets of Norwich for the Lord Mayor’s Celebrations this weekend, Norwich City Council has announced a raft of road closures.

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Between midday Saturday and 6am Sunday, Bethel Street will be closed between St Peters Street and the Millennium Library car park entrance, as well as St Peters Street between Gaol Hill and Bethel Street.

Between 1pm and 7pm on Saturday, Newmarket Road will be closed between the junctions with Mile End Road and Ipswich Road.

Then between 3pm Saturday and 1am Sunday the following roads will all be closed, with the alternative route for traffic being fully signed to direct vehicles along the outer ring road.

Arcade Street

​Bank Plain

​Bank Street

​Bedford Street

​Bethel Street from Millennium Library car park to Little Bethel Street

​Bishopgate

​Brigg Street

​Castle Meadow

​Castle Street

​Chapelfield Road, both directions, between car park entrance and St Stephens roundabout

​Davey Place

​Exchange Street

​Farmers Avenue

​Gentlemans Walk

​Gaol Hill from Upper Goat Lane to Exchange Street

​Hay Hill

​Haymarket

​Kingsley Road

​Little Bethel Street

​Lobster Lane

​London Street

​Lower Goat Lane

​Opie Street

​Orford Hill

​Orford Place

​Orford Street

​Pottergate from Lower Goat Lane to Lobster Lane

​Market Avenue

​Palace Street

​Queens Road between St Stephens Street and All Saints Green

​Queen Street

​Rampant Horse Street

​Red Lion Street

​Redwell Street

​Rose Avenue

​St Andrews Hill

​St Andrews Street between Exchange Street and Queen Street

​St Martin at Palace Plain

​St Stephens Road

​St Stephens Street

​St Stephens Square

​Surrey Street

​Theatre Street

​Timberhill

​Tombland

​Upper King Street

​Upper St Giles

​Victoria Street

​Westlegate

​Whitefriars

​White Lion Street

​William Booth Street

​Wood Street

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