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South Holland roadworks over the coming days




Lincolnshire County Council has released details of roadworks across the South Holland area over the coming days.

Cowbit: Lane closure on the A16 Spalding bypass to B1166 county boundary, Sunday (January 26) only - for works by Lincolnshire County Council/Kier; Stonegate, Monday to Wednesday - road closure for works by Anglian Water;

Crowland:Multiway signals on the A16 Spalding bypass to B1166 county boundary, Sunday (January 26) only - for works by Lincolnshire County Council/Kier ;

Donington: Church Street, from Tuesday to Thursday - multi-way signals for works by BT;

Fleet: Long Lane, from today (Friday) to Tuesday - two way signals for works by Anglian Water ; Ravens Gate, Thursday only - road closure for works by Western Power;

Gedney Hill: West Drove North, from today (Friday) to Tuesday - traffic control for works by Anglian Water;

Gosberton: High Fen, Tuesday only - two way signals for works by Western Power; Low Gate, from today (Friday) until Tuesday - two-way signals for works by Cadent Gas;

Holbeach: Boston Road South, Church Street, High Street, Park Road and West End, from Sunday, January 26 to Friday, January 31 - multi-way signals for works by BT; Fishpond Lane, from Sunday (January 19) until Wednesday - stop-go boards for works by Anglian Water ; Spalding Road, from Thursday to Sunday - traffic control for works by the county council/Kier;

Spalding: Low Road, Sunday, January 26 only - traffic control for works by Cadent Gas; Spalding Road, from Tuesday until Thursday - two-way signals for works by Anglian Water; Wardentree Lane, Tuesday and Wednesday - multi-way signals for works by the county council/Kier;

Weston: Broadgate, from Tuesday until Thursday; Small Drove, from Monday until Friday - road closure for works by Anglian Water;

Weston Hills: Austendyke Road, from Monday to Wednesday - road closure for works by Anglian Water;

Whaplode: High Road, today (Friday) only - two-way signals for works by the county council/Kier.

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