Fallen tree in Heacham

Fallen tree in Heacham

Published by Grace Mcgachy
7:51am 13th June 2019.

A fallen tree is causing some problems in Heacham this morning (13th June)

It's reportedly blocking Hunstanton Road in both directions. 

Lynx Bus tweeted to say this is causing issues for their 34 and 36 services. 

They are currently unable to serve Heacham Manor until further notice. 

Get the latest updates on Norfolk's roads on KLFM's travel page.

Heavy rain is expected for most of today, so if there's any flooding or fallen trees in your area, let us know by filling out the form below. 

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