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NASS unveils 'new traffic management plan' after speaking with locals

An image from NASS 2019

Roads around the Bath & West showground will be busy this morning as people head home from the NASS festival.

A spokesperson for the event said: "We are sorry for the delays to your journeys on Thursday 11 July, whilst festivalgoers made their way to NASS. 

"We have consulted local residents, councillors and will have additional support from the traffic management team who work with Glastonbury. 

"An updated traffic management plan will come into effect from Sunday evening as festival goers make their way home."

Headline act Rudimental closed the Main stage yesterday after performances from skate and BMX athlete and street artists across the site.

Great Britain’s Lola Tambling, aged 11, won the Skate Women’s Open finals finishing her run with a frontside 540 in front of a packed crowd.

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