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Getting to the practice: information on roadworks

Getting to the practice: information on roadworks

Posted on 24th May 2016

Anyone driving to the practice may have been snared in the roadworks around Howe Street. The work was due to have been completed by now but we received a letter today informing us of the following:

– Roadworks on Circus Place to be completed by end of June. Circus Place to be reopened from then on
– New roadworks to start on Howe Street and Northumberland Street and to continue until late July
– The road will be reopened during the festival in August
– Roadworks will then continue from 6 September 2016
– Expected completion is late November 2016.

Please be aware of these roadworks and try to find an alternative route to the practice, allowing a little extra time to get here.

Do contact us if you need any further information and we apologise for any inconvenience.


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