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Roadworks heading for Cheltenham town centre

Resurfacing work is due to start on two of the key roads near the centre of Cheltenham for a week from Monday (February 10).

The work on St James Square will last until Friday, February 14, with additional works on Wednesday, February 19, and Thursday, February 20.

St Georges Place will also be resurfaced overnight from Monday, February 17, to Wednesday, February 19.

All works will take place between 7pm to 7am to allow both roads to stay open during peak times.

When the roads are closed a diversion route suitable for all vehicles will be in place.

Those who feel the need can keep up to date with resurfacing information by following @GlosRoads on Twitter, or checking the county council's web page on the resurfacing work.

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