Road closures in Wembley on Sunday due to 5K Color Run

PUBLISHED: 13:56 05 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:56 05 June 2015

Color run is taking place in Wembley on Sunday

Color run is taking place in Wembley on Sunday


Residents and motorists in Wembley are being warned of possible traffic delays on Sunday due to road closures because of an event.

The route of the color run (Pic crdit: Color run)The route of the color run (Pic crdit: Color run)

The 5k Color Run will take place from 3pm starting outside Wembley Stadium.

Between noon and 8pm some roads will be closed.

The affected roads are:

Engineers Way – Closed from Civic Centre to First Way

South Way – Closed from Ibis Hotel to its junction with Great Central Way/Fourth Way

Second Way

Third Way – Second Way to Fifth Way

Fifth Way

Fourth Way – Fifth Way to Great Central Way

Great Central Way – South Way to Hannah Close

Hannah Close

Atlas Road

First Way

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