Road Closures for ABP Humber Coastal 10k Sunday 19th September
September 14, 2021
We apologise for any inconvenience that the road closures may cause on Sunday 19th September.
Why not consider coming out and cheering the runners on as they complete the lovely 10k course in Cleethorpes.
A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order is in place for this race. This is both necessary and proportionate for the safety of all road users, runners and volunteers involved in the race. This is legally binding and prevents vehicles from entering the roads affected, which are listed below.
We apologise for any inconvenience that the road closure may cause, but please be assured that the traffic management company will re-open the roads in a timely manner once it is safe to do so.
We respectfully ask that motorists avoid the area and make alternative arrangements.
We also ask that whilst it is frustrating to encounter a road closure, that you respectfully treat the volunteer race crew, who will be on the road closures, with respect and do not abuse them. They are there to assist you as a motorist and to try and assist you with up to date information as well as offering an alternate route.
- Cleethorpes Promenade from The Pier to Brighton Slipway 0700hrs -1500 hrs
- Kings Road 0800 hrs – 1100 hrs(Cromwell Road to Chichester Road)
- Kings Road 0900 hrs -1100 hrs(Chichester Road to North Sea Lane Roundabout)
- Humberston Fitties and Thorpe Park (Haven Holidays) 0900 hrs – 1200 hrs
- Anthony’s Bank Car park Closed from 2000 hrs 18/09/2021 to 1130 hrs 19/09/2021
The coastal footpath from Cleethorpes Leisure Centre to The Haven site is also closed to all pedestrian and cyclists for the duration of the race. This is necessary and proportionate for the protection of all runners and the general public whom would ordinarily use the footpath. (Some runners travel at over 12mph and a collision with anyone could potentially results in serious injuries).