Posted: Sat 24th Sep 2022

Updated: Sat 24th Sep

Planned weekend closure of M56 in Cheshire has been cancelled say police

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales

Listen to this article
Voiced by Amazon Polly

The planned closure of a section of the M56 in Cheshire this weekend has been cancelled “at this moment in time” police have said.

As part of work to replace the A533 Expressway bridge National Highways said it is closing the M56, between junctions 11 and 12 in a single direction, for two full weekends in September and October 2022.

This weekend’s roadworks would have seen North Wales bound traffic diverted due to the westbound carriageway closure between junctions 11 and 12.

In an update on social media North West Motorway Police said:

“The planned closure for road works on M56 between junctions 11 and 12, westbound have been cancelled at this moment in time. The carriageway is now open. If this changes, we will keep you updated”


Read Next

  • Flintshire’s double Olympic champion joins fitness app business to get Wales moving in obesity crisis
  • Deeside Ice Rink gearing up for November reopening
  • Friday is last day Bank of England’s old-style paper notes will be legal tender
  • Public rapid electric vehicle charging costs rise 42% in four months


  • Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com



    LATEST NEWS...

    Flintshire’s double Olympic champion joins fitness app business to get Wales moving in obesity crisis

    News

    Deeside Ice Rink gearing up for November reopening

    News

    Friday is last day Bank of England’s old-style paper notes will be legal tender

    News

    Public rapid electric vehicle charging costs rise 42% in four months

    News

    Free Welsh lessons now available for 18-25s and teaching staff

    News

    First North Wales patients undergo robotic assisted surgery

    News

    North Wales and Cheshire Alliance Police Dog Bart signs off for the last time

    News

    Eligible Flintshire households can claim £200 to help with fuel bills from today

    News

    Children in Wales to benefit from £100m investment in childcare

    News