The A4 at Derry Hill, near Calne, will be closed for 11 days from Thursday October 22 as the Bowood Estate and Wiltshire Council carry out urgent works to remove around 400 ash trees dying of ash dieback disease, as well as other trees that are causing a material risk to the highway.

The work at Derry Hill, between the junction of the A342 and the village of Studley is being undertaken by Bowood Estate, with Wiltshire Council supporting through traffic management. Anyone wishing to access the villages of Derry Hill, Studley or Bowood will still to be able to do so throughout the works.