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Welsh Water Road Disruptions in Hay are Re-starting

By Website administrator Cusop Village Hall

Saturday, 13 April 2024


Cusop Contributor


The ongoing Water Works in Hay have Re-started

On Sunday 14th April Newport Street and Nantyglasdwr Lane will be closed between 8am and 5pm.

From Monday 22nd April until Sunday 12th May Broad Street, from the junction with Bridge Street (by the Three Tuns), down to the Dulas Bridge on Newport Street will be closed to all traffic between 1pm and 8pm each day. So vehicular access from Hay to the Co-op, NFU, Hay & Brecon Farmers & Huws Gray etc will only be available in the mornings until 1pm. The only way to access these between 1pm & 8pm will be via Clifford or on foot. During this period Nantyglasdwr Lane will also be closed to all vehicles from the junction with Newport Street. Only pedestrians will be able to get from Nantyglasdwr Lane onto Newport Street and vice versa. Residents vehicles only will be permitted to access Nantyglasdwr Lane from the Hardwicke Road.

Once past the Dulas Brook bridge, traffic will be controlled by traffic lights allowing the road to be open to traffic at all times. Similarly, as work moves down Brecon Road, traffic will be controlled by traffic lights.

Pedestrian access will not be affected and will remain open at all times.

Access to Castle Street will not be affected.

All work will be stopped and cleared for the two weeks of the Hay Festival in May/June.

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Registered charity number 1101354

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