‘No particular problems’ as Fuller’s Hill roundabout transport scheme gets underway in YarmouthMotorists look to have offset the worst of the anticipated problems at a major transport scheme by making other plans or changing their routes. Engineers in Great Yarmouth have reported only one complaint over the Fuller’s Hill roundabout roadworks that got underway after the morning rush hour on Monday and sees all approaches cut to one lane.
Last chance to visit Valerie Howkins’ Museum of Memories in Great Yarmouth before it closes for goodFans of all things quirky and circus are being given a final chance to view a unique collection on show in Great Yarmouth. The David Howkins Museum of Memories, in King Street, has been shut since the death of its founder Valerie Howkins in November. It was set up in memory of Mrs Howkins’ son David who died aged 18 from undiagnosed pneumonia and features collections started by her mother.
A busy road that was shut for six hours this morning after a power cable came down has re-opened - although 25 homes remain without power. Police were on the scene at the A1064 between the Caister roundabout and the King’s Head pub in Filby from around 6.10am diverting traffic while engineers worked to remove it. Anglian Water were also at the scene making sure their pumping stations had power. The road was closed in both directions, with traffic sent via Filby Lane and along the Ormesby by-pass.
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