Two-day road closure for resurfacing work in Rushden

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A section of John Clark Way will be closed while the work is completed

A two-day road closure will be in place for resurfacing work in Rushden.

John Clark Way between the A6 roundabout and the Tyne Way/Spire Road roundabout in the town will be closed on February 16 and 17.

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The road closure is needed so Ashmac Construction Limited can plane out and resurface this section of the road.

A section of John Clark Way in Rushden will be closed over two days next monthA section of John Clark Way in Rushden will be closed over two days next month
A section of John Clark Way in Rushden will be closed over two days next month

A message posted on Rushden Town Council's website says: "To undertake this work safely will require that the road is closed for up to two days at off peak times with the works due to commence on the 16th February 2021."

Diversions will be in place and more details on this are available by clicking here.

According to the One.Network website, the work is required for a new entrance for the service station being built at the top of John Clark Way where it meets the A6.

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To read more on the new service station which is set to have a Greggs, Starbucks and Sainsbury's On The Go, click here.

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