Road Closure: A381 from Totnes to Churchstow

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Road Closure: A381 from Totnes to Churchstow

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The A381 between Totnes and Churchstow will be closed for five days at the beginning of November. 

The A381 between Totnes and Churchstow will be closed between 7pm and 7am, from Monday, 8 November, and Friday, 12 November, for Devon Highways to undertake road stud maintenance. 

The official diversion is being given as A379, A3121, A38, A385 and vice versa. Meaning Churchstow - Aveton Gifford - Modbury - Ermington - Ugborough - A38 - Shinner's Bridge - Totnes.

There are, of course, more direct routes using the lanes, but the official diversion must replace A roads with A roads, hence the loooooong diversion. 

You can view the closure notice HERE

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