Two damaged A-roads in Gloucestershire will be resurfaced despite to the coronavirus pandemic – but there are some which won’t.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced stricter measures on Monday in an attempt to slow down the spread of Covid-19, including allowing police to disperse gatherings of more than two people.

Planned resurfacing works of many torn-up roads will not go ahead as Gloucestershire County Council has cancelled or postponed them at short notice in light of the outbreak.

The authority said it will also no longer be dropping letters to homes at resurfacing sites.

The roads which won’t be resurfaced include Kingshill Lane in Dursley and Back Ends in Chipping Campden.

The county council said it is working with its contractors to ensure as many planned schemes go ahead as possible, however it warned further works could be postponed.

The roads which WON’T be resurfaced

Back Ends, Chipping Campden

Woodend Lane, Cam

Kingshill Lane, Dursley

Top Farm Road & Phillips Farm Road, Weston-sub-Edge

Dovers View, Weston-sub-Edge

The roads which WILL be resurfaced

Hillcott Hill (Horcott Road), Kempsford. The resurfacing of this road is currently underway and is expected to finish on March 27.

A46 Bath Road, Stroud. The resurfacing of this road is expected to start from April 1 between 7pm to 7am, ending on April 8.