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Angie Hurren

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THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (ROAD FROM ASHCLYST COTTAGES TO WESTWOOD CROSS, WESTWOOD) NOTICE 2017
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL hereby give NOTICE that:
From MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 2017
for a maximum of 5 days
Until FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER 2017 (both dates inclusive)
No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads.
Roads affected -
ROAD FROM ASHCLYST COTTAGES TO WESTWOOD CROSS, WESTWOOD , HAREPATHSTEAD ROAD JUNCTION TO STOOKE BRIDGE RROAD JUNCTION
The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - WESTWOOD SMITHY, CLAPONMILL CROSS, CLYST ST LAWRENCE, AUNK, TALATON CROSS, MILLERS FARM, VENN CROSS, KNOWLE CROSS, BROADCLYST ROAD, WARDS CROSS, FORCHES HEAD, ASHCLYST BRIDGE, AND VICE VERSA
This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable -
DEVON HIGHWAYS - DRAINAGE WORKS

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984
SECTION 14
THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (TITHEBARN WAY, EXETER) ORDER 2017
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING
NOTICE is hereby given that Devon County Council has made the above titled order.
From MONDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2017
for a maximum of 18 months
Anticipated Finish FRIDAY 8 DECEMBER 2017
No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads.
Roads affected -
TITHEBARN WAY, EXETER
The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - ANNING DIVE, HONITON ROAD, AMBASSEDOR DRIVE, CUMBERLAND WAY, AND VICE VERSA
This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable -
CYCLE BRIDGE WORKS
For additional information contact:
EDG - DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL
Telephone: 01392 382688
Dated: MONDAY 30 OCTOBER 2017
Meg Booth
Acting Chief Officer of Highways, Infrastructure Development & Waste
Devon Highways
Devon County Council
Lucombe House
County Hall
Exeter
EX2 4QD
Ref: TTRO1721879

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984
SECTION 14
THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (Road From Hayes Farm To New Lodge, Poltimore)
ORDER 2017
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING
NOTICE is hereby given that DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL has made the above titled order.
From 31st October 2017 00:00 for a maximum of 18 months
Anticipated Finish 6th November 2017 23:59
No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads except for
access to land or premises on or adjacent to those length of roads.
Roads affected - Road From Hayes Farm To New Lodge
The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - Road From Hayes Farm To New Lodge, Road From
West Clyst To Beaumont, Road From Hay Lodge To Beaumont, Road From Gipsy Corner To Hay
Lodge, Road From Higher Budlake To Gipsy Corner, Road Past Lower Budlake, Road From Danes
Cross To The Firs, Road From Bowls Cross To Danes Cross, Road From Bowls Cross To Hayes
Cottage, Road From Poltimore Cross To Heathfield Cross and vice versa
This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable - PROVIDE NEW WATER SERVICE
For additional information contact: South West Water
Dated: 24th October 2017
Meg Booth
Acting Chief Officer for Highways, Infrastructure Development & Waste
Devon County Council
Lucombe House
EXETER
EX2 4QD
To view associated plan and diversion in roadworks.org: https://roadworks.org?tm=175191
Our Ref: 175191

Suggestions to help pets during firework season

 

The Autumn and winter months bring a time of explosive celebrations that can cause terror for dogs, cats and rabbits and now is the time that pet owners could be thinking about taking steps to prepare and protect their pet from the fear of fireworks.

There are several things that can be done to make it as stress free as possible.                                                                                        

  • Most dogs and cats have a favourite place to go and hide, if not you need to create a hideaway where they can feel safe. A room that is quiet and has minimal windows is the most suitable.
  • Installing an Adaptil™ or Feliway ™ diffuser close to the refuge area may encourage them to settle, feel relaxed and confident. This should be done 2 - 4 weeks prior to the expected stress.
  • Provide blankets for him to hide under and burrow. A woolly jumper that has your scent on can be comforting.
  • Close the curtains to block out flashes of light and as much of the sound as possible.
  • Take your dog out for a walk an hour before the expected stress to go to the toilet and feed him an early evening meal to help him feel relaxed.  A meal high in carbohydrates such as pasta or rice is ideal.
  • Play some background music that your dog normally hears (and doesn’t object to!), or leave the television on.
  • Offer chews and treats to your dog in his hiding place. He will then see this hiding place as a good place to go, and he can chew on these to relieve his tension.
  • Ignore the sounds of the fireworks yourself and do not soothe or comfort your dog. It may be difficult to do this but it is the worst thing to do. It gives your dog the impression that there is something to be frightened of and rewards him for being scared.
  • Cats need to be confined to the house and provided with a litter tray.
  • If your pet gets particularly distressed we recommend you talk to your vet about short acting medication. Old-fashioned sedatives have been replaced with modern anti anxiety drugs which help treat the problem, rather than just mask it.
  • Small mammals like rabbits and guinea pigs that live outside should not be forgotten. If possible move them into a shed or outhouse. Covering the front of the hutch with a blanket can help cut out some of the noise and flashes of light.         

 

If you require any more information about helping your pet, then just call and speak to either a Vet or Veterinary Nurse who will be happy to help.

Ring us for advice about caring for your pets this bonfire season!

Cullompton 01884 35558

Tiverton 01884 258585

Honiton    01404 44095

Uffculme 01884 841317

www.valeveterinarygroup.co.uk

 

 

 

 

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