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Sandringham visitors told to expect partial road closures ahead of Royal Family’s Christmas visit





Visitors to Sandringham have been told to expect some partial road closures at the royal estate over Christmas.

Norfolk Police has advised that traffic control measures will be in place throughout the following few days.

Well-wishers have been encouraged to arrive in plenty of time to access the public viewing area, as officers will have their standard practical and precautionary security measures in place.

The Royal Family at Sandringham on Christmas Day last year. Picture: Geoff Robinson Photography
The Royal Family at Sandringham on Christmas Day last year. Picture: Geoff Robinson Photography

The road adjacent to the visitor centre at Sandringham will be partially closed between 7am and 1pm on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.

Officers will be on duty around the estate to ensure people can access and leave the area easily.

The Royal Family traditionally spends Christmas at the Sandringham estate, and last year saw King Charles attend the St Mary Magdalene Church service for the first time since the death of his mother, the Queen.

Visitors have been advised to check traffic measures ahead of attending the estate. Picture: Geoff Robinson Photography
Visitors have been advised to check traffic measures ahead of attending the estate. Picture: Geoff Robinson Photography

He and Queen Consort Camilla were joined by the likes of the Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate, and their children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Traditionally, royal Christmases at Sandringham feature a turkey lunch at the house before the family settle down to watch TV.



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