Chelford Road Temporary Traffic Lights

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Cheshire East have announced that temporary traffic lights will be in operation on Birtles lane South and the A537 Chelford Road Henbury at the end of the month. This is to allow BT to carry out works to the chambers. Times of the lights being in place is shown below to assist with you journey planning.

Date 20/3/2017
Location Birtles lane South at the junction of Chelford Road
Description Four way traffic lights required for one day from 09:30 to 15:30

Date 21/03/2017 to 24/03/2017
Location Chelford Road A537 from the entrance to Old hall to outside Pale Lodge Henbury
Description Rolling traffic lights required for four days from 09:30 to 15:30 daily

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