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Travel: Roadworks in Ipswich, Colchester, Little Cornard and Badingham cause delays for motorists

PUBLISHED: 07:39 29 August 2014 | UPDATED: 07:39 29 August 2014

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Roadworks in Suffolk and Essex are causing a number of minor delays for motorists across the region this morning.

In Ipswich, traffic is slow moving in Stoke Quay in Ipswich, which is closed at the Felaw Street junction because of roadworks.

Emergency repairs in Little Cornard near Sudbury, have also closed Wells Hall Road between Blackhouse Lane Canhams Road.

Further delays have been caused by the temporary traffic lights and roadworks on the A1232 Ipswich road in Colchester at the Plains Farm Close Road junction.

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