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ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984

SECTION 14

THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (CHURCHILL WAY, NORTHAM) NOTICE 2021

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING

 

DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL hereby give NOTICE that:

From WEDNESDAY 23 JUNE 2021

for a maximum of 5 days

Until FRIDAY 25 JUNE 2021 (both dates inclusive)

Between the hours of 19:00 and 07:00

 

No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads.

Roads affected - CHURCHILL WAY, NORTHAM

 

The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via –

A386, B3236, GOLF LINKS ROAD, SANDYMERE ROAD, APPLEDORE ROAD, LONG LANE, BROAD LANE, A386, AND VICE VERSA

 

This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable -

DEVON HIGHWAYS - RESURFACING WORKS

For additional information contact:

DEVON HIGHWAYS TMC

Telephone: 0330 105 1405

Dated: WEDNESDAY 23 JUNE 2021

 

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984

SECTION 14

THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) ( TORRIDGE ROAD, APPLEDORE) NOTICE 2021

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING

DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL hereby give NOTICE that:

From MONDAY 28 JUNE 2021

for a maximum of 5 days

Until FRIDAY 2 JULY 2021 (both dates inclusive)

No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads.

Roads affected -

TORRIDGE ROAD, APPLEDORE

The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - LONG LANE, BROAD LANE,A386 AND CHURCH FIELD ROAD AND VICE VERSA.

This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable -

NEW SEWER CONNECTION

For additional information contact:

HI-TEC DRAINS

Telephone: 01643 841238

Dated: MONDAY 28 JUNE 2021

Meg Booth

Chief Officer of Highways, Infrastructure Development & Waste

Devon Highways

Devon County Council

County Hall

Exeter

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Remember - Leave your car:
> Locked   A simple mistake that can prove calamitous: 44% of cars are broken into via an unlocked door. Leave your car locked video.
> Lit 80% of car crime occurs during the evening or at night. Parking near street lamps or in a busy area can deter thieves. Leave your car lit video.
> Empty (or with no items on show)  Owners often forget that personal belongings within the car are at as much risk of being stolen as the car itself.   Leave your car empty video.

 

 

Gradual easing of restrictions for locals begins next week but plea for Tourists to abide by the rules and stay away until 12th April.
Residents are also being encouraged to lead by example ahead of the tourist season and respect the beautiful countryside and parks that surround us here in Devon. As part of the “Clean Devon” campaign people are being reminded to dispose of all litter and waste responsibly in bins provided or take it back home to be dealt with there. The Countryside and wildlife have benefited from the quieter periods during the pandemic and plastic pollution has been well documented in recent TV programmes and campaigns. Much of the work in raising awareness of pollution has originated here in Devon with Westward Ho! becoming the first Town to ban the sale of cheap plastic bodyboards ahead of the summer season.
Steve Hearse – Chief Executive of Torridge District Council said:
“While locals will welcome the unveiling of some of our facilities our message to would be tourists to the area is to stay local to their own home locations for the time being. While we are in a better place than we were last year our plea is for everyone to continue to act responsibly so we don’t jeopardise the summer, which will be so important to our battered tourism sector. Our Holiday destinations, hotels and restaurants and entertainment places are still closed to all but takeaway meals and while they are busy getting ready to welcome everyone back this shouldn’t be until after Easter on 12th April. 
“Residents can also play a part by remembering that no vaccine can be 100% effective and people should continue to follow the guidelines and stay at home as much as possible and continue to avoid contact when out and about.”
While Covid case numbers have dropped to levels allowing the Government to make these changes, Covid is still very active in many communities, with continued sporadic outbreaks and Torridge Council’s message is still one of caution. Despite the relaxing of some rules the advice from the NHS is for people to continue to wear face masks where directed and for frequent hand washing and ongoing vigilance whether vaccinated or not. 
The government’s roadmap for opening can be found here Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Northam Town Council.