A section of Garstang Road through Broughton is to be narrowed for new pavements – after a delay waiting for new materials.Advertisement
Lancashire County Council said work had now moved to the war memorial in the village.
A section of Garstang Road has been closed from Monday (22 October) and will remain closed until Friday 16 November.
Villagers are being reassured the closure will not affect the Remembrance Day commemorations.
Cabinet member for highways and transport county councillor Keith Iddon said: “Our aim is to improve the village itself, with cycle lanes, pavements and other work, as well as reducing the number of unnecessary journeys through the village.
“We had to delay the start of the next stage of these improvements by just a week, due to a delay with the delivery of some materials, but this has now been sorted and we can start work on the next section.”
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