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Abnormal load travelling through the Cotswolds

Gloucestershire Constabulary will be escorting a series of abnormal loads (modular housing units) in to Stockwells, Moreton in Marsh on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week (commencing Monday, February 27).

The units require Police escort as they are 5 metres wide.

The loads will enter the county on the A429 from Warwickshire, turning left on to the A44 and then right in to their final destination of Stockwells.

The movements are expected to commence mid-morning each day and be concluded by late afternoon.

While traffic disruption will be kept to a minimum, motorists are advised to avoid this route during the relevant times or plan their journey times accordingly.

Additional movements over the same route are expected to follow in the coming weeks.

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