Lord Mayor’s Celebration 2017: Full list of road closures for events in Norwich this weekend

Dancers from Norwich School participating in the 2016 Lord Mayor's Procession through the streets of

Dancers from Norwich School participating in the 2016 Lord Mayor's Procession through the streets of Norwich as part of the 2016 Young Norfolk Arts Festival events. Photo: Keith Whitmore. - Credit: Keith Whitmore

As the theatrics of the Lord Mayor's Celebration approaches this weekend Norwich City Council will be closing off large parts of the city centre to traffic to allow for the festivities.

The road closures are as follows:

3pm on Friday July 7 until 8pm on Sunday July 9

• Bethel Street between St Peters Street and the Forum car park

• St Peters Street


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3pm until midnight on Friday July 7

• Gaol Hill

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5pm until 11pm on Friday July 7

• Gas Hill

12.01am on Saturday July 8 until 11.50pm on Sunday July 9

• Brigg Street

• Gentleman's Walk

• Hay Hill

• Haymarket

• Lobster Lane

• Malthouse Road

• Pottergate (Lobster Lane to Upper Goat Lane)

• Rampant Horse Street

• St Peters Street

• Theatre Street

• Westlegate

• William Booth Street

1.45pm until 7pm on Saturday July 8

• Newmarket Road between its junctions with Mile End Road and Ipswich Road

• Lime Tree Road

• Mount Pleasant (Newmarket Road to Arlington Lane)

3pm on Saturday July 8 until 1am on Sunday July 9

• Agricultural Hall Plain

• Arcade Street

• Bank Plain

• Bank Street

• Bedford Street

• Benjamin Gooch Way

• Bishopgate

• Bristol Terrace

• Castle Meadow

• Castle Street

• Cattle Market Street

• Chapelfield East

• Chapelfield North

• Chapelfield Road, both directions, between car park entrance and St Stephens roundabout

• Chantry Road

• Crooks Place

• Davey Place

• Exchange Street

• Farmers Avenue

• Fishergate

• Gaol Hill

• Kingsley Road

• London Street

• Lower Goat Lane

• Opie Street

• Orford Hill

• Orford Place

• Orford Street

• Market Avenue

• Palace Street

• Queens Road between St Stephens Street and All Saints Green

• Queen Street

• Red Lion Street

• Redwell Street

• Regina Road

• Rose Lane

• St Andrews Hill

• St Andrews Street

• St John Maddermarket

• St Martin at Palace Plain

• St Stephens Road

• St Stephens Street

• St Stephens Square

• Surrey Street

• Timberhill

• Tombland

• Upper King Street

• Victoria Street

• Wensum Street

• Wessex Street

• Whitefriars

• White Lion Street

• Wood Street

7am on Saturday July 8 until 1am on Sunday July 9

• Revoke pedestrianisation of Upper Goat Lane

3pm on Saturday July 8 until 1am on Sunday July 8

• Activate Brazengate bus lane (between Grove Road and Brazengate)

• Activation of All Saints Green bus lane

7pm to 11.30pm on Saturday July 8

• Britannia Road

• Vincent Road

6am to 8pm on Sunday July 9

• Bedford Street

• London Street

• St Benedicts Street (from Charing Cross to St Swithins)

• St Gregory's Green

• St John Maddermarket

• Upper St Giles Street

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