Bridge closed after parts were found to be rotten
PUBLISHED: 15:12 08 November 2019 | UPDATED: 10:23 09 November 2019
A bridge that has been deemed unsafe has been closed after parts of it were found to be rotten.
A timber bridge on footpath Shouldham and Wormegay has been closed after a recent inspection by Norfolk County Council (NCC) found parts of it to be rotten.
As a result the footbridge has been temporarily closed until repairs can be carried out as it is currently unsafe to use.
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The bridleway that the bridge is on extends from Petticoat Lane, located near the south-east of Wormegay.
NCC said it carries out regular inspections of all public highways assets including footbridges.
A NCC spokesman said: "Until the bridge can be repaired or replaced, the footpath routes will be available for use only on a to the bridge and back basis.
"The county council thanks people for their patience during this closure."
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