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Roadworks postponed due to snowy weather in February are set to be carried out in Clenchwarton and Castle Rising later this month.

A two-day resurfacing project in Clockcase Road, Clenchwarton, is set to start on Monday, April 12.

The road will be shut from 7am to 7pm while the work is carried out from the Ferry Road junction to the junction with Bailey Lane, which will also be shut at that end. A fully-signed diversion route will be in place.

The Norfolk County Council project will cost around £70,000.

In Castle Rising, Lynn Road is to be shut at the junction with Ling Common Road, on Wednesday, April 14 for resurfacing between 7am and 7pm. 

Ling Common Road will also be shut at this location. A fully-signed diversion route will be in place.

The county council project is expected to cost around £40,000.