Highways teams continue to work through the night to treat Devon’s main roads as freezing temperatures could leave routes in a hazardous condition
Care agencies are pulling out the stops to reach their clients at home.
Road conditions across Devon today have been described as ‘deceptive’ by the County Council’s Highways Operations Manager, Chris Cranston. “Despite relatively little snow overnight, the freezing rain across the county has left many roads still impassable, and people are beingaaa
Devon County Council Highways is urging people not to use the roads tomorrow morning (Friday 2 March).
There’s been another increase in the number of children applying for a place at a secondary school in Devon this September. Devon County Council today announced it was offering more than 98 per cent of families one of their three preferences.
Snow ploughs and snow blowers have been busy clearing snow in parts of North Devon this morning and more widespread snow is forecast across the county throughout Thursday (1 March)
Work on a flood improvement scheme in Uplyme has started today (Wednesday 28 February). The £250,000 scheme involves the installation of a series of new culverts to carry flood water away from the village centre which faces the greatest risk of flooding.