Abnormal load travelling from RAF Kemble to Hereford

Motorists are being warned about an abnormal load that will be travelling from RAF Kemble, in Gloucestershire, to Hereford, on Sunday.

A transporter carrying a 737 aircraft fuselage, weighing a total of 70 tonnes, will leave RAF Kemble at about 07:15 GMT escorted by Wiltshire Police.

It will travel on the A429 towards Cirencester, travel south on the A419 and join the M4 at junction 15.

Officers said there was potential for congestion, especially on the A419.

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