North Bank closed due to risk of flooding

PUBLISHED: 16:24 30 May 2014

North Bank Whittlesey

North Bank Whittlesey

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The North Bank will be closed until at least tomorrow due to a risk of flooding.

Traffic is being diverted via Whittlesey Road, The Causeway, A47, Paston Parkway, Parnwell Way, Oxney Road, Edgerley Drain Road, Storeys Bar Road, Pearces Road, Northey Road and vice versa.

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