Carnival road closures and diversions in force
roads in Burnham-On-Sea are now closed for the town's carnival,
with diversions now in operation.
are being asked to allow extra time when travelling along the diversion
routes, with roads expected to be extra busy.
road closures that are in place in Burnham this weekend are as follows:
The carnival floats are parked in Queens Drive (from the Tesco roundabout
to Stodden's Lane) and on Frank Foley Parkway (in between Ben Travers
Way north and south). Closures are in force from 9pm on Saturday
5th November through to 1am on Tuesday November 8th.
The Esplanade, South Esplanade and Pier Street will be closed on
Sunday night for the seafront fireworks - see the Burnham
following town centre roads will be closed on Monday evening from
4pm until 1am on Tuesday morning for the procession:
Ben Travers Way (From Tescos entrance to its junction with
the Frank Foley Parkway. A distance of 70 metres)
Ben Travers Way
(South) at junction with Frank Foley Parkway
Berrow Road (from
Westfield Road to Manor Road)
Church Street B3139
Burnham Road to A38
The Frank Foley
Parkway (From its junction with Ben Travers Way to Love Lane Roundabout.
A distance of 523 metres)
Hawley Way (junction
of Ramsay Way to junction of Love Lane)
(from Worston Lane to Oxford Street)
Love Lane (From
its junction with Manor Road to its junction with the B3140 Burnham
Link Road. A distance of 846 metres)
Frank Foley Parkway
/ Wallace Wells Road Roundabout
Love Lane / Rosewood
Marine Drive /
the floats complete the procession route, they will travel from
Marine Drive, along Burnham Rd, and left into Peperall Rd to split
apart in Frank Foley Parkway. The carnival floats will then leave
Burnham via Queens Drive.
Highbridge and the A38 will remain open for traffic until the entirety
of the Carnival weekend.
Carnival 2016 preview
closures notice for Burnham-On-Sea Carnival
Carnival 2016 Guide - full details and guide to Monday's event