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We Are FSTVL: Road closures to look out for this bank holiday weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:45 25 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:27 25 May 2018

Revellers at We Are FSTVL, which has announced several road closures that will be in place during this weekend's festivities. Picture: We Are FSTVL

Revellers at We Are FSTVL, which has announced several road closures that will be in place during this weekend's festivities. Picture: We Are FSTVL

We Are FSTVL

As thousands of music lovers head to Upminster this bank holiday weekend for We Are FSTVL, here are some of the roads that may be closed during the festivities.

There will be free shuttle buses helping festival goers get from Upminster station to other areas during We Are FSTVL in Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Aveley Road which takes place from Friday, May 25 - Monday, May 28.

From Saturday, May 27 to Sunday, May 28, 8am - 2am each day several road closures will also be in place.

Meadowside Road, Londons Close, Sunnings Lane: Access for residents only.

Stubbers Lane: One Way southbound, no access from Dennises Lane, also no entry to public vehicles from Ockendon Road.

Bramble Lane: One way westbound, no access from Aveley Road.

Aveley Road: No access to public vehicles between the junction with Warwick Lane and the entrance to the airfield.

Restricted access from the junction with Harwood Hall Lane, restricted to local residents, businesses, and waste disposal site.

Romford Road: No access northbound between the entrance to Belhus woods and the junction with Aveley Road / Warwick Lane.

Access restricted to resident permit holders, visitors to businesses within the restricted area, festival taxis, coaches and buses.

No access for festival cars and no restrictions southbound.

Harwood Hall Lane: One way eastbound, no access from Corbets Tey Road.

On Monday May 29 from 8am to 2pm these road closures will also be in place:

Stubbers Lane: One Way southbound, no access from Dennises Lane. Also, no entry to public vehicles from Ockendon Road.

Bramble Lane: One way westbound, no access from Aveley Road.

Sunnings Lane: Access for residents only.

Aveley Road: No access to public vehicles between the junction with Warwick Lane and the entrance to the airfield. Diversion via Gerpins Lane and Warwick Lane.

Harwood Hall Lane: No access from Corbets Tey Road for festival buses and taxis. Unrestricted access for public vehicles.

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