Westminster Bridge closed for filming

This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 24th Sep 2016

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On Saturday 24 September 2016, Westminster Bridge will be closed to all traffic and pedestrians between 7am and 9am due to filming.

There will be a clearly marked diversion route for traffic and pedestrians and the film company will provide a shuttle service during the closure period for those wishing to use it.

Access to and from Westminster Underground station is unaffected.

This filming is not connected to Parliament.

Cost: Free


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