Overnight road closures at busy roundabout in Swinton, near Rotherham

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  • Overnight gas repairs on A633 roundabout in Swinton, near Rotherham
  • Work due to take place overnight on 29 July
  • Road closures and temporary traffic lights in place to keep people safe
Residents and drivers in Swinton, near Rotherham, are being advised of overnight road closures and temporary traffic lights at a busy roundabout in the town.
Gas main repair work will be taking place on a pipe under  the A633 Warren Vale Road/Blackamoor Road and Woodlands Crescent roundabout overnight on 29 July.
Blackamoor Road will be closed at its junction with the roundabout. Woodlands Crescent will be closed at the junction with Rockingham Road. Diversion routes will be in place for residents.
There will be temporary traffic lights on the roundabout at the entrances to the remaining roads.
Work is due to start at 7pm, with the aim of completing the repairs overnight and lifting the road closures and temporary traffic lights by 7am the next morning (Tuesday 30 July). However, the work may continue into the next day and Cadent will keep people informed.
We would like to thank people for their patience. If anyone has any queries about this work please contact our Cadent customer services team on 0345 835 1111 or email box.EastCustomerTeam@cadentgas.com



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