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Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 21 May

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by roadworks.org on 21 May 2019
 
A1067 Fakenham Road, Great Witchingham
21–23 May
Delays likely Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)
Works location: just east of Nowhere Lane
Works description: Surface dressing
Responsibility for works: Norfolk
Works reference: HU610S209ALTSD1
 
A1067 Main Road, Sparham
21–23 May

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 14 May

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by roadworks.org on 14 May 2019
 
B1145 Aylsham Road, Cawston
22–24 May
Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: At the junction of Chapel Street on Aylsham Road
Works description: Reepham 3 - DSLAM 637183 - overlay – lay approx. 1m of duct 54/56 in carriageway to link existing BT boxes to facilitate spine cabling works
Responsibility for works: Openreach

Cawston heritage day

The Cawston Historical Society is holding a heritage day at Cawston Village Hall, High Street, Cawston, on Saturday 29 June from 11 am – 3 pm.

Visitors can enjoy browsing through a selection of old photos, memories and old maps, together with a selection of memorabilia.
 
The society welcomes seeing any old photos and hearing any memories of Cawston.
 
Free admission and refreshments.
 

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 30 April

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by roadworks.org on 30 April 2019
 
B1145 Aylsham Road, Cawston
30 April – 2 May
Delays likely Traffic control (two-way signals)
Works location: from the junction of Perrys Lane to the junction of High Street on Aylsham Road

Training session for women’s football club

The all-female Cawston Red Rose Football Club is holding an open training session on Thursday 16 May at Cawston Primary School, Aylsham Road, Cawston, starting at 7 pm.
 
Women and girls of all ages are welcome, whether you have played before, want to get fit or just fancy trying a new club.
 
For further details, contact David Willmott 07909 537237 or email
 

Travel tips for local businesses

The next breakfast meeting of the Reepham Business Network will discuss travel-related issues relevant to local businesses.
 
The meeting will be held on Thursday 2 May at V’s Café, Townsend Corner, Reepham, from 7.30–9 am. There is a charge of £6 per person to cover tea/coffee and a bacon sandwich.
 
The event is open to all businesses from Reepham and the surrounding area. New members and guests welcome.
 

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