Road Closure for Tarvin Christmas Festival and Market

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Tarvin High Street from Church Street to Hockenhull Lane will closed for a maximum of 11 hours from 12:00 hours on 30th November 2019 for the Tarvin Christmas Festival and Market

Alternative routes for traffic are:-

Westbound: via Church Street, Hockenhull Avenue, Hallfields Road, Hockenhull Lane.

Eastbound: via Hockenhull Lane, Hallfields Road, Hockenhull Avenue, Church Street.

Pedestrian access to premises situated on or adjacent to the roads will be maintained at all times and the section of road may be used by any vehicle which is being used in an emergency for fire brigade, ambulance or police purposes.

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