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Cornwall roads improve and schools reopen

Discussion in 'News' started by Halfhidden, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. Halfhidden

    Halfhidden Untouchable Staff Member Administrator

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    Road conditions have improved in Cornwall after heavy snowfalls earlier in the week.
    The highways authority, Cornwall Council, has used more than 300 tonnes of grit on the roads of a total stock of 10,500 tonnes.
    There are currently no reports of major road closures, while forecasters are predicting light snow flurries later.
    One school, Trennack Community Primary School near Helston, remains closed and about 20 are opening late.
    Cornwall Council, which has produced a list of affected schools, has warned that it will be very cold with ice on the roads.
    Council gritter lorries have been out on the roads, but there were no reports on the BBC travel website of any major roads closed.
    Met Office forecasters are predicting snow flurries on Wednesday in the South West.

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