Motorists warned of disruption ahead in Cromer
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Long-awaited work to resurface one of the busiest roads in Cromer is finally expected to be completed this weekend.
And motorists are being warned of disruption ahead.
The £31,000 project, which is being carried out by Norfolk County Council's Community & Environmental Services Department and their contractors, centres on the railway bridge at on the A149 Norwich Road at the entrance to the town.
The work was due to be completed last Sunday, November 6, but were postponed due to adverse weather.
During the resurfacing works on Remembrance Sunday, the A149 Norwich Road will be closed to all through traffic between 7.30am and 5pm. A fully signed diversion will be in place via A149 Northrepps, A140 Roughton, B1436 Felbrigg & A148 Cromer for the duration of the works.
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Access will be maintained to properties and businesses.
A council spokesperson said: 'It is inevitable that there will be disruption and the County Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.'
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Meanwhile, parking in council-run car parks across North Norfolk will be free on Remembrance Sunday.
As in 2014 and 2015, North Norfolk District Council has decided to waive parking fees on November 13.
Council leader Tom FitzPatrick said: 'We hope this gesture can make the paying of respects that bit easier by not having to worry about change or overstaying.'