Several planned roadworks across Norfolk are set to cause delays for drivers this week.

Here are five works and closures that motorists should be aware of over the next seven days.

1)Town centre closures for Watton Crier competition 

Traffic will be temporarily restricted in Watton on Saturday due to the Watton Town Crier competition event, promoted by Watton Town Council.

This will affect Middle Street from its junction with the High Street to its junction with Dereham Road and Dereham Road from its junction with Middle Street to its junction with the High Street for 30 metres southwards.

The traffic order will remain in force for 12 hours.

2) A140 in Hellesdon

The A140 Cromer Road in Hellesdon is set to close for several days of roadworks this week.

The roadworks, which will cost Norfolk County Council £83,234, will see the road close on Tuesday and Wednesday between 9.30pm and 3.30pm.

The northbound diversion route follows the Mile Cross Lane, Chartwell Road, Wroxham Road, NDR and on to the A140 Cromer Road.

3) St Stephens Street in Norwich

St Stephens Street will be shut between 7pm and 7am on Wednesday to allow teams to reseal the surface of the carriageway.

The Reclamite seal is designed to preserve and increase the longevity of the road.

A diversion will be in place for traffic that can use the road and access to properties will be maintained at all times.

4) Acle Straight

The A47 Acle Straight from the Vauxhall roundabout to the Acle roundabout will be closed on weeknights from 8pm to 6am this week.

National Highways announced the closure was necessary "to do some remedial work to bring the road surface up to the required standard".

The agency said both lanes will be closed each weeknight until Friday.

5) Heigham Road

Heigham Road and Mill Hill Road are partially closed at the junctions with Earlham Road until next Friday, with temporary two-way signals in operation in Earlham Road. 

The Golden Triangle road closures will allow Anglian Water to carry out repair work to the subsidence next to the Black Horse pub.

Diversion routes will redirect traffic around the road closures and emergency access will be maintained at all times.