Bus services resume some routes in North Devon after Storm Emma

There are still treacherous driving conditions on the A399 near Blackmoor Gate and also around Lynto

There are still treacherous driving conditions on the A399 near Blackmoor Gate and also around Lynton. People have been asked not to travel to the moors, Picture: Tony Gussin - Credit: Archant

Devon has been battered by strong winds and snow over the past few days and public transport has been disrupted as a result.

Snow day in Chulmleigh Devon. Picture: Deborah DUMONT

Snow day in Chulmleigh Devon. Picture: Deborah DUMONT - Credit: Deborah DUMONT

Devon County Council has been out overnight trying to tackle to snow-covered roads and some bus routes are now able to reopen, however there are limited services.

• 5B: Operating Barnstaple to Torrington, unable to serve Dolton, Winkleigh, North Tawton, Crediton, Exeter.

• 6: No service

• 6A: No service


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• 9: Full route

• 10/A: Unable to serve Lethaby Road

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• 11A/C: Full route

• 12: Full service

• 15A/C: Unable to serve Northam Memorial and Alverdiscott/Clivedon Road.

• 19: Full route

• 21/21A: Operating Georgeham, Ilfracombe, Braunton, Barnstaple, Fremington, Bideford and Westward Ho! Unable to serve Northam Square.

• 71: Full service

• 72: Operating Barnstaple to Torrington. Unable to serve Stibb Cross and Shebbear.

• 75/75A: Service operating Torrington to Londonderry via Bideford and Atlantic Village. The service is unable to operate from Torrinton to Okehampton via Hatherleigh.

• 85: Route being checked

• 128: Full service

• 155: Operating from Barnstaple to South Molton only. Unable to serve Witheridge, Timerton and Exeter.

• 217: Main road from Bude to Hartland. Not serving Gooseham or Morwenstow.

• 218: Full service

• 219: Full service

• 319: Full service

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