Drivers are being warned of delays as two abnormal loads are to be escorted through Suffolk today, including along the A12 and A14. 

Suffolk police is notifying drivers of possible delays while the escorts take place on Wednesday.

The first escort will be for a 40,000kg silo travelling from Essex to Aspall's Cyder House, near Stowmarket. 

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This 24m long load left Essex at about 9am and a police escort will begin at the A12 at Copdock.

The escort route will be: A12 Essex Border – A14 – A140 – B1077 – Local roads to site.

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The second escort will be for a 79,600kg crane and ballast travelling from Baldwins Support Services, in Buckinghamshire, to Sizewell.

This 22m long load will be travelling through Suffolk at about 2pm and a police escort will start on the A14.

The escort route will be: A14 Cambridgeshire Border – A12 – B1122 – Lover’s Lane – Local roads to site.