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Heart's Feel Good Weekend with Zoe Hardman 9am - 12pm
1 August 2015, 01:00
Police are advising motorists of possible delays and some road closures for the Eastern Electrics festival at Hatfield House today (Saturday August 1st).
Thousands of people are due today, and police say whilst every effort has been made to minimise disruption to local people, the roads in the area around Hatfield House could become congested, in particular between 10am and 12 noon... and then again from 9pm for a few hours.
A closure of the A1000 at the junctions with French Horn Lane and the B6426 will be in place southbound between 10am and midnight and between approximately 9am and midnight northbound.
Manned residents access only closures will be in place between 10am and midnight at the following locations: The Ryde, Lodge Drive, Mount Pleasant Lane, Old Hertford Road, The Broadway and Church Lane.
Entrances and parking
All vehicles will be signed into the site via the A414 Saw Mils entrance where there will be an internal one way system to the car park, taxi and drop off areas. Exit will be via Georges Gate onto the A1000 roundabout with B197 French Horn Lane.
Please note that trains are likely to be particularly busy from 9pm onwards.
Safety and Crime Advice
Before you arrive
The best advice is to leave valuables at home if you can. If you are bringing expensive items such as phones and cameras to the festival, take a bit of time to register any property at www.immobilise.com before the event. Therefore, if property is stolen and subsequently recovered by police, it can be returned to you.
At the festival