North Wales Police is aware of a planned protest which could potentially impact on the region’s roads this weekend (North Wales and North West).
The protest, which is scheduled to begin on Saturday morning (5 February), may potentially involve slow-moving traffic eastbound along the A55.
This convoy is expected to occupy lane one of the carriageway, travelling from Bangor as far as the Cheshire border following a series of stops throughout the day. The number of vehicles involved may be small.
The extent of delays to other road users is currently unclear, but as a Force we are monitoring this situation closely.
A policing operation will be in effect for the duration of the protest and we will be proactive in minimising disruption to the public.
Chief Inspector Jeff Moses said: “North Wales Police respects the right to peaceful protest.
"However, we will not tolerate illegal activity as part of these co-ordinated national events and will take robust action against any person found to be doing so.
"We wish to reassure everyone that we will monitor the situation across the day and keep the public informed of any likely travel disruption, which may be nil or minimal.”