North Devon and Torridge will receive more than half-a-million-pounds to repair potholes. The funding has been announced as proposals for Devon County Councils £1.9million Pothole Action Fund programme are drawn up. The money has been awarded from the government, with North Devon receiving more than £200,000 and Torridge more than £300,000. This includes £127,500 for DCC wards covering the Bideford area, nearly £100,000 for Holsworthy and £68,000 for the Barnstaple area. Every county council ward will receive at least £14,500 for repairs to ensure minor roads are fixed right across the country. Local DCC members are being invited to discuss repair site proposals with highways officers and will have the opportunity to propose alternative schemes within the allocated budget. Councillor Stuart Hughes, DCC cabinet member for highway management, said: While the additional money from the Pothole Action Fund is welcome it wont stretch as far as we would like. However, its an opportunity to address some parts of the lower category road network. The shortfall in funding from central Government for our roads means that minor, rural roads are continuing to deteriorate. We are ensuring that this funding is used as efficiently as possible right across the county to patch up as many potholes as we possibly can. The finalised programme will be agreed later this year and work will be completed during this financial year. A list of the funding allocated to each area in North Devon and Torridge can be found below.Pothole funding allocated in North DevonBarnstaple North - £15,567 Barnstaple South - £15,041 Braunton Rural - £24,752 Chulmleigh and Swimbridge - £31,472 Combe Martin Rural £32,331 Fremington Rural - £16,238 Ilfracombe - £15,116 South Molton Rural - £55,793 Pothole funding allocated in TorridgeBideford East - £34,658 Bideford South and Hartland - £92,932 Holsworthy Rural - £99,979 Northam - £18,077 Torrington Rural - £69,117 For more North Devon stories visit our news feed here.