Hill Street, Wisbech, closed as tiles come off roof of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society

PUBLISHED: 15:31 17 March 2017 | UPDATED: 15:31 17 March 2017

Police have advised to avoid part of Wisbech after Hill Street was closed due to falling tiles from the roof of the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Police have advised to avoid part of Wisbech after Hill Street was closed due to falling tiles from the roof of the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. PHOTO: Ian Carter

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A key road leading into the market place in Wisbech has been closed today after tiles were seen falling from a roof.

Police have advised to avoid part of Wisbech after Hill Street was closed due to falling tiles from the roof of the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. PHOTO: Ian Carter Police have advised to avoid part of Wisbech after Hill Street was closed due to falling tiles from the roof of the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Police say Hill Road will remain closed to allow workmen to carry out repairs – heavy duty cranes have been brought in to help with the work.

The tiles are thought to have fallen from the roof of the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society.

Police tape has been put in place to prevent entry.

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