Bus services delayed following reports of yacht in tree

Taking over the running of Norwich Bus Station and Norwich Park and Ride - Konect Bus. Photo : Steve

Bus services in Norfolk have been delayed following reports a yacht is stuck in a tree. File photo of a Konectbus. - Credit: Steve Adams

Bus services have been delayed following reports a yacht is stuck in a tree.

Konectbus tweeted that its Route 6 service from Wymondham to Watton is delayed by 30 minutes due to being stuck behind a yacht in a tree.

The service apologised to service users.

The exact location of the incident has not been confirmed. 

But First Norwich also tweeted that due to an obstruction its services 15/15A are diverted to and from Hethersett back to Wymondham. 

A post on Facebook page Norfolk Traffic Information showed a wide load travelling west bound on the A47 after Trowse.

A post on Facebook page Norfolk Traffic Information showed a wide load travelling west bound on the A47 after Trowse.

A post on Facebook page Norfolk Traffic Information showed a wide load travelling west bound on the A47 after Trowse. - Credit: George Cook

Police said they would be escorting a boat mold 5.5m wide and 27.4m in length from Oyster Yachts, Tunstead Rd in Hoveton to Ipswich on Saturday, June 5.

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The route could be: 

  • Option 1: Tunstead Rd - Horning Rd West - A1151 - A149 - B1152 - A1064 - A47 - A11 - Heathersett Rd - Wymondham St  Spooners Row - A11 - A1304 - Kentford B1506 - A14 A1120 - A14 -  A1308 - A1120 - A14 - A1214 - A137 - West End Rd - Bridge St - Local Roads to Site
  • Option 2: Local Roads - Tunstead Rd - Horning Rd West - A1151 - A149 - B1152 - A1064 - A47 - A11 - Hethersett Rd - Wymondham St - Spooner Row - A11 - A1304 - Kentford B1506 - A14 - A1308 - B1113 - A14 - A1214 - A137 - West End Rd - Bridge St - Local Roads to Site


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