Resurfacing work is taking place on two roads in Rhuddlan.


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Resurfacing work is taking place on two roads in Rhuddlan.

Denbighshire County Council’s Highways department is carrying out roadworks on Station Road and Marsh Road began on Monday, July 22 and will continue for up to three weeks.

Work will include resurfacing as well as reconstruction, kerbing and new drainage.

It will involve temporary traffic signals on the Marsh Road junction and the installation of a temporary one-way system between Marsh Road and Morfa Lodge Roundabout with traffic only being permitted to travel in a westerly direction.

Traffic travelling from St. Asaph and Abergele wishing to gain access to Rhuddlan will need to follow the diversion via Rhuddlan by-pass and up to the Golf Club Roundabout.

Traffic leaving Rhuddlan towards St Asaph and Abergele can follow the normal route.

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