Roadworks at Corfe Castle and Isle of Purbeck

The following advance notices are for roadworks at Corfe Castle, the Isle of Purbeck and the surrounding area — covering the week starting 15th November.

A351 (Corfe Castle) – St Edwards Bridge To Norden Roundabout
There will be traffic stop/go boards in place on Wednesday, November 17 until Tuesday, November 23 to enable Dorset Council to carry out works in the area.

East Street (Corfe Castle) – Near to B3351 (Studland Road)
Temporary traffic lights on Tuesday, November 16 to enable Wessex Water to carry out works.

Valley Road (Harman’s Cross) – Near to Haycraft’s Lane
Traffic stop/go boards in place on Wednesday, November 17 until Tuesday, November 23 to enable Dorset Council to carry out works in the area.

Kimmeridge Street (Kimmeridge) – Below Etches Collection Museum
Temporary road closure from between 9.30am and 3.30pm on Monday, November 15 and Wednesday, November 17 to allow BT/Openreach safe access to allow engineers to lay a duct across the road to provide customer connection.

Dunford Drove (Langton Matravers) – between East Drove and Gypshayes
Temporary road closure from between 9.30am and 3.30pm on Friday, November 19 to allow BT/Openreach safe access to carry out erection of new pole in the highway.

New Road (Studland) – Near to Isle of Purbeck Golf Club
Temporary traffic lights between Thursday, November 18 and Friday, November 19 to enable Wessex Water to repair a dangerous cover.

A351 High Street (Swanage)
Traffic stop/go boards in place on Wednesday, November 17 until Tuesday, November 23 to enable Dorset Council to carry out works in the area.

Ulwell Road (Swanage)
Lane closure in place on Wednesday, November 17 to allow BT/Openreach to carry out works in area.

Victoria Avenue (Swanage)
Traffic stop/go boards in place on Wednesday, November 17 until Tuesday, November 23 to enable Dorset Council to carry out works in the area.

Warmwell Road (Warmwell)
Temporary traffic lights in place on Monday, November 15 to allow BT/Openreach to carry out works.

Source: Dorset Council and Dorset Echo

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