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Highways chiefs closed off a section of the road at its junction with Princes Street at around 6am today to prepare for today’s game, which will see Ipswich Town take on East Anglian rivals Norwich City.
Police are encouraging both sets of fans to arrive at the ground early – with stadium bars and turnstiles opening from 10.30am ready for a 12pm kick-off.
The number of spaces inside the New Portman Road car park will be greatly reduced.
LATEST: A47 road safety will be looked at in wake of Wisbech death crash, community leader says A stretch of the road on the Norfolk and Cambridgeshire border was closed after the collision yesterday (Saturday, September 23), in which police have now revealed a motorcycle rider in his 30s - who is from the local area - died at the scene.
It happened just before 5.30pm when Norfolk Fire and Rescue service were called to Norwich Road, in Carbrooke.
A spokesman for the fire service was unable to confirm how many vehicles were involved but two people were cut free.
The Buckingham Palace display will make way for Santa who will be in his living room beside a flickering fire amid a winter scene, she added.
Halloween activities will last around 11 days, while the Christmas event runs for some seven weeks until December 30.
But this year its houses and hospitals, churches and train stations are set to find themselves in a magical winter wonderland lit by thousands of twinkly lights.
At approximately 11.19am, a white Ford Transit panel van and a white Yamaha motorbike were heading towards Wisbech when, close to a staggered crossroads near Broadend Road East, the motorbike was in collision with a grey BMW 520 travelling in the opposite direction.
Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Team (SCIT) are appealing for from anyone who witnessed the collision or the manner of driving of any of the vehicles prior to it to contact them.
“The public are encouraged to approach police if they have any questions.
“Officers will be on hand to ensure the safety of those attending the game and those members of the public wishing to go about their normal daily business.” Supporters are also being reminded that because there are so many away supporters travelling by coach, access to Portman Road will be restricted before and during the match, and closed for a short period of time afterwards.