Roadworks will see popular Eastbourne shortcut closed for 23 days

The works will begin on Monday
The works will begin on Monday

A popular shortcut for Eastbourne drivers is set to be closed for more than three weeks.

East Sussex Highways will carry out resurfacing works on St Philips Avenue and Southbourne Road - from the Seaside junction to the Whitley Road junction - which will begin on October 14 and end on November 6.

A Highways spokesperson said the alternative route will be the A259 Seaside and the A2021 Whitley Road and vice versa.