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3 September 2010, 06:00
Plans for a major scheme to replace sewers across Gloucester go on show at the rugby club today.
The 11 million pound project will help stop roads and footpaths flooding every time there is some heavy rain.
The work, which will start mid-September, will last for a year so there is likely to be plenty disruption as the road works go on.
A kilometre of sewer pipes will be laid starting at the Countywide Stores, going along to Westgate car park, past Blades VW garage up to the Wrocester Street junction with Black Dog way and Gouda Way. From there the route will go along Worcester Street finishing opposite the Kingsholm stadium.
Plans are on show at the club between 11am anbd 6.30pm