Drivers in Suffolk may face delays this week as four abnormal loads are transported through the county, including along the A14. 

Beginning on Tuesday at 2pm, a 44,000kg static home will be moved from Brandon to Chelmsford in Essex. 

The home will escorted along the A1065, A11 and A14 to the Cambridgeshire border. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Drivers may face delays this weekDrivers may face delays this week (Image: Sarah Lucy Brown)

On Thursday, plant machinery, weighing 101,000kg and measuring more than 24 metres in length, will be moved from Sizewell C to Aylesbury.

Starting at 9.30am, its route will include the B1122, A12, A1145, A146 and the A143.

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The following day will see a 24m-long boat escorted from Quy Water Bridge, in Cambridgeshire, to Ipswich's Haven Marina. 

From 9am, it will weave through the county, including along the A14, making its way through Great Blakenham and Sproughton before entering Ipswich. 

On Sunday, Suffolk police will help transport a 44,000kg boat along the A11 and A14.