Gridlock around Royston as crowds flock to Cereals 2010

PUBLISHED: 09:51 09 June 2010 | UPDATED: 09:51 09 June 2010




Farming event causes delays

MOTORISTS face long delays as crowds flock to the Cereals 2010 agricultural show.

The popular farming event begins today at Chrishall Grange farm, and the arrival of visitors from all over the country has caused long tail backs on the A505 in both directions. 
Traffic is also queuing on the M11, near the Duxford interchange, on the A1198.


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