Drivers in Suffolk are being warned of delays along major routes as more abnormal loads are escorted through the county. 

On Thursday, June 13 Suffolk cabins weighing 32 tonnes will be moved through the county to Sizewell, near Leiston. 

The 14-metre-long and 3.26-metre-wide load is coming from Essex at 11.30am. 

Officers will be escorting the two-unit convoy from the Essex border on the A12 and travel along the A14, A12, B1122, Lover's Lane and local roads to the site. 

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The second abnormal load will be moved through the county on Wednesday, June 19. 

Coming from the town of Aveley, near the Dartford Crossing in Essex, officers will escort it from the Martlesham layby on the A12. 

It will travel along the same route entering the county on the A12 Essex border and follow the A14, A12, B1122, Lover's Lane and local roads to the site in Sizewell. 

Drivers are being warned to expect delays on the major routes and plan journeys ahead of time to avoid disruption.