Road closures will be in place across Norwich later this month to make way for the Lord Mayor’s Celebration.

The event, hosted by Norwich City Council, takes place on Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14 and it is free to attend.

The main event is the Lord Mayor's Procession on July 13, with schools, community groups, charities and businesses taking part in the colourful parade. 

READ MORE: All you need to know ahead of the Lord Mayor's Weekend in Norwich

Here are all the road closures set to take place across the weekend:

Saturday, July 13 - 9am to 11pm

  • Rampant Horse Street
  • Theatre Street
  • Gentlemans Walk
  • William Booth Street 
  • Haymarket

Saturday, July 13 - 11am to 11pm

  • Chapel Field East
  • Chapel Field North 
  • Ninhams Court 
  • Chantry Road 
  • Coburg Street
  • Malthouse Road (residents only will be allowed access between 5:30pm and 7pm)

Saturday, July 13 - 12pm to 6pm

  • Gaol Hill
  • Guildhall
  • Exchange Street
  • London Street
  • Little London Street
  • Lobster Lane
  • Bedford Street
  • Castle Street
  • Back of the Inns
  • Davey Place
  • White Lion Street

Saturday, July 13 - 2pm to 6pm

  • Bank Plain
  • Bank Street
  • Orford Street
  • Princes Street
  • St Andrews Street
  • St Georges Street (from the junction with St Andrews Street to the river crossing bridge)
  • Queens Street
  • Tombland
  • Upper King Street
  • Princess Street
  • Redwell Street
  • St Andrews Hill
  • Opie Street

All temporary, loading, parking, pay and display and disabled parking bays on all closed streets will also be suspended.

The nearest available on-street and car park disabled parking spaces are situated in the following locations.

On-street disabled parking:

  • All Saints Green
  • Ber Street
  • Bethel Street
  • King Street
  • Rouen Road
  • St Benedicts Street
  • Surry Street

Car park disabled parking spaces:

  • St Giles multi-storey car park
  • St Andrews multi-storey car park
  • Rose Lane multi-storey car park
  • Chantry Place
  • Castle Quarter 1 and 2

All road closures are being enforced by Norfolk County Council and emergency access will be maintained at all times.