Posted: Fri 22nd Apr 2022

Avoid Connah’s Quay High Street on Tuesday say police due to funeral taking place

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Apr 22nd, 2022

Police are advising drivers to avoid Connah’s Quay High Street on Tuesday, April 26, due to a funeral taking place.

A funeral service is being held at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church opposite Mold Road between 11am and 1pm which will attract a significant number of mourners and “significant delays” are expected along High Street.

A North Flintshire Neighbourhood Police Team spokesperson said: “Heavy traffic is expected in Connah’s Quay next week, with delays possible on some roads.”

“A funeral taking place at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church between 11am-1pm on Tuesday, April 26 is expected to attract a significant number of mourners.”
“The High Street area is likely to be busier than usual and we would advise everyone to allow extra time for travel through the town.”

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