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Neatherd Road set to reopen

PUBLISHED: 16:27 12 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:27 12 September 2018

The roadworks on Neatherd Road have caused long delays in the town. Picture: Dan Bennett.

The roadworks on Neatherd Road have caused long delays in the town. Picture: Dan Bennett.

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Neatherd Road in Dereham is set to reopen tomorrow, September 13, after being closed for nearly two weeks.

The road had not long been fully reopened following work on Kings Road but had to be shut completely for emergency work on a collapsed sewer to be carried out.

The road closure had a significant impact on traffic problems in the town, with some motorists reporting taking half an hour to travel a quarter of a mile.

However, Norfolk County Council has said it is scheduled to reopen tomorrow as Anglian Water has not applied for an extension on the road closure.

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