It's coming home - via the third exit! Roundabouts get England makeover

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag. - Credit: Aaron McMillan

A Fakenham resident has got their town's roundabouts in the mood for a summer of football, by painting them with St George's flags.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street are there to remind local people that they might not be the only thing coming home.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag. - Credit: Aaron McMillan

Alex Barnes took to the town’s Facebook page to thank whoever did the spray painting.

“Can I just say how happy it made me to see that someone has spray-painted red crosses on the mini-roundabouts in town for the Euros," she said.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag. - Credit: Aaron McMillan

"British people unite for football, (it) put a smile on my face today.”

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag.

The two mini-roundabouts at the top of White Horse Street have undergone a paint job to resemble the England flag. - Credit: Aaron McMillan



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