Drivers are being warned of disruption on a major road in Norfolk due to a resurfacing project.

The work on the A143 at Shouldham Thorpe is scheduled to start on May 7 with the project continuing through to June.

The road near King's Lynn will be closed to traffic on several dates so that surfacing, line-painting and road stud renewal can be carried out.

It will cost £80,000 and is part of a £11.7m road maintenance scheme across the county.

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The project will be carried out by Norfolk County Council in phases, with a series of road closures.

Overnight road stud removal will begin on May 7 and the first road dressing will begin on May 28 from 7pm.

Further surface dressing will take place on June 3 from 9am, with overnight lining and stud renewal on June 11.

Access to properties will be maintained at all times, with a fully signed diversion route in operation for the duration of the works.