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Part of Marriott’s Way closed for tree felling

A section of the Marriott’s Way footpath, cycle-path and bridleway south of Whitwell Station has been closed to allow trees to be cut down, after an annual safety survey focusing on ash dieback disease.
 
The work, which will remove dead or dangerous trees, started on Wednesday 8 December and is expected to take two weeks.
 
Diversions for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders have been put in place.
 
Read the EDP story HERE
 

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 7 December

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by onenetwork on 7 December
 
Easthaugh Road, Lyng
9–13 December
Delays unlikely - Some carriageway incursion
Works reference: AD03159737674
 
Station Road, Attlebridge
8–10 December
Delays unlikely - Some carriageway incursion
Responsibility for works: Anglian Water
Works reference: AD03159735826
 

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 23 November

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by onenetwork on 23 November
 
Cawston Road, Reepham
23–25 November
Delays likely – Traffic control (Stop/Go boards)
Works description: Carriageway patching
Works location: On Cawston Road at the junction with Wood Dalling Road, middle of the road
Responsibility for works: Norfolk County Council
Works reference: HU608206950LTPA
 

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 9 November

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by onenetwork on 9 November
 
Church Road, Little Witchingham
16 November
Delays likely - Road closure
Responsibility for works: Openreach
Works reference: BC008PTMS318932A
 
Fairfields, Cawston
10–12 November
Delays unlikely - Some carriageway incursion
Works description: Footway patching
Works location: o/s PO

Local traffic restrictions and roadworks from 2 November

Traffic restrictions and roadworks starting within the next week for the Reepham district have been issued by onenetwork on 2 November
 
Fakenham Road, Lenwade
3–5 November
Delays likely - Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works description: Repack/repair sluice valve
Works location: junction The Street
Responsibility for works: Anglian Water
Works reference: AD03159540212
 
Aylsham Road Service Road, Cawston
3–5 November

Reepham Christmas stocking appeal

After the success of last year, Reepham residents and businesses are once again being asked for donations of new gifts for the Christmas stocking appeal to support local families who may be struggling this year.
 
Donations suitable for 0-17-year-olds can be dropped off at the following outlets from 1–30 November:

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