Drivers across Norfolk have been warned to go slow on certain roads over the summer as resurfacing work begins.

Norfolk County Council will be treating 280 miles of road across the county with resealing.

Starting this week, it will continue until September as it does every year.

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It is done to help prevent potholes from opening up, extend the life of the road and provide a new skid-resistant surface.

Holiday areas and main roads will be treated first so they are completed before the start of the summer season.

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Due to the weather conditions this week, 190,000 square metres have already been completed.

Those living nearby roadworks will be warned in advance and are asked to not park on the road.

Drivers have been urged to drive slowly on the new surfaces with a 20mph limit in place during work.