Sidmouth’s minor roads to be gritted in snow

PUBLISHED: 16:40 07 December 2011

Sidmouth’s gritting network plan to be covered by snow wardens

THE following roads in the Sid Valley will be cleared by Sidmouth snow warden, Councillor Stuart Hughes, Ian Barlow, Malcolm Burrough and a team of volunteers in the event of winter snow this year.

Sidmouth community: Higher Woolbrook Park, Barn Hayes,/Core Hill Road, Bennetts Hill, Woolbrook Park, Balfours, Woolbrook Meadows, Woolbrook Rise, Ashley Crescent, Manstone Avenue, Manstone Lane, Malden Lane, Manstone Mead, Manstone Close, Summerfield, Newlands Close, Newlands Road, Warrens Mead, Drakes Avenue, South Lawn, Fleming Avenue, Malden Road, Hides Road, Byeside Road, Primley Road, Primley Gardens, Coulsdon Road, Livonia Road, Arcot Park, Woolcombe Lane, Lawn Vista, Peaslands Road, Brewery Lane, Knowle Drive, Convent Road, Cheese Lane, Bickwell Valley, Boughmore Road, Boughmore Lane, Cotmaton Road, Manor Road, Glen Road, part of Peak Hill Road.

High Street, Fore Street. Beatlands Road, Cliff Road, Southway, Hillside Road, Laskeys Lane, Alma Lane, Salcombe Hill Road (pt), Brownlands Road, Frys Lane, Brook Lane, Higherbrook Meadow, Lowerbrook Meadow, Harcombe Lane, Harcombe Lane East.

SALCOMBE REGIS: Malcolm Burrough will be salting/gritting the C road from A3052 past the Thorn Golf Centre/ Thorn Coachworks and Salcombe Regis Caravan Park, into Salcombe Regis and back out along Soldiers Hill taking a right at the top and along past Mary Kings.

l Anyone wishing to help Sidmouth being more resilient this winter, please contact Cllr Hughes (01395) 578414 or Ian Barlow at Sidmouth Garden Centre.


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