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Lincoln Christmas Market: Road closures

By CWilson_TG  |  Posted: December 04, 2013

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Lincolnshire County Council has announced the roads that will be closed during the Lincoln Christmas Market which starts tomorrow.

All restrictions will be in place as and when required during the event.

Road Closure Orders will be in place on:

Bailgate

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Burton Road (Between Yarborough Road & Westgate)

Carline Road

Castle Hill

Cecil Street (From Newport junction to a point 40 metres West)

Chapel Lane

Church Lane

Danesgate (Steep Hill to Danes Terrace)

Drury Lane

East Bight

Eastgate

Exchequergate

Gordon Rd

Greestone Place

Haffenden Road (From Nettleham Road junction to a point 25 metres West)

Hungate (Spring Hill to Motherby Lane)

Mainwaring Road (From Nettleham Road to a point 25 metres East)

Manor Road (From Nettleham Road to a point 25 metres West)

Michaelgate

Minster Yard

Nettleham Road (Between Ruskin Avenue & Northgate)

Newport

Northgate (Between Eastgate & Church Lane)

Pottergate

Priorygate

Rasen Lane

Reservoir Street

Sastangate

Spring Hill

St Martins Street

St Paul’s Lane

Steep Hill

The Strait

Union Road

Upper Long Leys Road

Well Lane

West Bight

Westgate

Wordsworth Street

Unclassified Road North of Scampton Airfield (Between A15 & Middle Street)

The following Roads are to be closed to ensure and improve the Residents Parking in the uphill areas:

Albany Street

Belle Vue Terrace

Belle Vue Road

Clarence Street

Castle Street

Carsbrooke Close

Chestnut Street

Cecil Street

Gray Street

Good Lane

Gibraltar Hill

Hereward Street

James Street

Kingsley Street

Lillys Road

Limelands

Mount Street

Mill Road

Mill Row

Mildmay Street

Middleton’s Field

Naam Place

Olive Street

Osborne Close

Spital Street

St Nicholas Street

Stonefield Avenue

Saxon Street

Turner Street

Upper Saxon Street

Vere Street

Wilson Street

Waldeck Street

Wake Street

Woburn Avenue

Willis Close

Williamson Street

Yarborough Terrace

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