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Temporary Road Closure: Remembrance Sunday

Nov 8, 2023 | Recent News | 0 comments

Please be aware that a section of Great North Road will be closed on Sunday 12th November as we gather at the Memorial Garden for the annual Remembrance Sunday Memorial Service. An approximately 300 metre section of road between Old Hertford Road and Arm and Sword Lane will be closed between 10am and 12pm, to ensure public safety and prevent any accidents around the area where people will be gathering.

If you have any queries about the temporary road closure, please contact Hertfordshire County Council on 01707 357000.

Remembrance Road Closure 2023

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