Where and when the Aviva Women’s Tour will pass through Norfolk and Suffolk on June 15

Liv Plantur's Lucy Garner after being presented with the white jersey for Best Young Rider during St

Liv Plantur's Lucy Garner after being presented with the white jersey for Best Young Rider during Stage Three of the 2015 Aviva Women's Tour of Britain. Photo: Joe Giddens/PA Wire - Credit: PA

Organisers have warned of rolling road closures across north Suffolk and south Norfolk tomorrow as the counties host the first stage of the Aviva Women's Tour.

The cyclists leave from Southwold at 10.15am and the finish in Norwich at The Forum shortly before 2pm.

Some disruption to local bus services is expected along the route as the cyclists pass through. In Norwich city centre there will be delays between approximately 1.35pm and 1.55pm as traffic is held back for a short time.

See the map above for the exact route. Here's a full list of when the cyclists will be in each place:

Southwold 10:15am


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Holton 10:37

Sotherton 10:41

Brampton 10:48

Shadingfield 10:52

Sotterley 10:55

Mutford 11:04

Carlton Colville 11:26

Barnby 11:29

North Cove 11:34

Worlingham 11:36

Beccles 11:40

Barsham 11:44

Skipmeadow 11:49

Meetingham 11:51

Bungay 11:55

Flixton 12:03pm

Homersfield 12:06

Harleston 12:15

Starston 12:21

Pulham St Mary 12:24

Pulham Market 12:28

Buckenham 12:53

Attleborough 12:59

Tacolneston 1:21

Fundenhall 1:26

Wreningham 1:28

Bracon Ash 1:33

Mulbarton 1:35

Norwich 1:53

•For more information about the Women's Tour see www.tourofbritainnorfolk.co.uk

•The Aviva Women's Tour is brought to Norfolk for the first time through a partnership between Active Norfolk, Adnams, South Norfolk Council, Breckland Council, Norwich City Council, and Norwich Business Improvement District.

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