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Main road to close to four days

By Natasha Swift 23rd November 2017

Main road to close to four days
Alexandra Road

One of the main roads into St Austell will be closed for four days for essential resurfacing works from Monday. Alexandra Road will be closed between 9.30am and 4.30pm while work is carried out to the carriageway... To read more buy this week's Voice

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