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This is getting like a spot the ball competition. Get a map of Tarvin Parish and guess which road will be closed next with little warning. Don't things always come in threes?

Keith Moores of Chester West and Chester informed us today of yet another road closure in the Parish, this time it's Cross Lanes, Tarvin.

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It is a temporary road closure to enable Aptus Utilities Ltd to carry out water main installation works. The works are due to commence on Monday 5 August 2013 and are expected to last for seven weeks.

There is a diversionary route via Shay Lane, A54 Chester Road, Bye Pass Road, A51 Tarvin By-Pass and Tarporley Road.

The good news is that access to properties and for emergency vehicles will be maintained.

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