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Town centre road shut for eight days

A road in Cheltenham town centre will be closed for eight days from Thursday for resurfacing.

Christ Church Road will be closed from Malvern Road to Queen's Road from 9.30am-3.30pm from November 5-16 (excluding weekends) with a signposted diversion.

Councillor Vernon Smith, cabinet member for highways at Gloucestershire County Council, said, "Improving the highways network in Gloucestershire is one of our main priorities, which is why we've invested £150 million into roads across the county.

"We understand that road closures can be inconvenient, but we've planned the work at Christ Church Road so that crews can be in and out as quickly as possible.

"I'd ask anyone who uses this route regularly to plan ahead for their journey, and have a look at the diversion route that has been put in place."

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