VIDEO: Animal charity site 'badly damaged' as wind and rain batter Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall
Devon and Cornwall have been battered by winds of up to 50mph which have brought down trees, closed businesses, damaged properties, blocked busy routes and cut power supplies.
Woodside animal shelter in Plymouth revealed via Facebook that it had been battered by high winds - destroying animal pens and fences across the facility.
Volunteers flooded in to the site to clear up and help rescue the animals while an appeal has been launched to raise money.
The trust described it as a 'huge amount of damage'. One update said the wind had caused £4,500 of damage to one new pen alone.
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Dartmoor Wildife Park uploaded images of a downed tree in its capybara enclosure to Facebook.
Just after 3pm on Sunday the fire service was sent to Ugborough in South Devon where loose roofing sheets were causing a hazard.
At the same time a crew in Torbay was sent to Kingskerswell where flood water from a quarry was pouring into the roads and threatening nearby properties.
Crews were sent to flooded properties across Devon including in Barnstaple, Brixham, Torquay and Paignton.
Trees came down in other parts of Plymouth - including Plympton.
Retired gardener John Ladlow posted a picture on Twitter of a 200-year-old oak tree brought down in Tavistock.
The Environment Agency says flood warnings will remain in place until at least Tuesday after this weekend's heavy rain and high winds.
A number of young people were removed from Dartmoor before they could get into trouble.
Curtis Young said on Twitter: "Pulled off the moors cause there's a storm tonight and tomorrow. Highly Offended, but I'd rather have my bed then a sleeping bag"
Ten Tors team manager Adrian Colston said on his blog that teams had set out to camp overnight from Princetown on Saturday, before being called back.
He said: "Around mid morning all the team managers received a text message from the Army telling us that camping on Saturday night on the Moor was a no no and that walking on the Sunday was prohibited because a big storm (that we had all been monitoring all week and had made contingency plans for) posed a threat that the emergency services were concerned that if things went wrong they couldn’t cope."
Young people train on the moors at this time of year ahead of the Ten Tors.
Train routes between Barnstaple and Exeter and Exeter and Plymouth were cut by debris on the lines.
A lane of the A38 was blocked when a sign blew onto the carriageway.
More than 100 trees have been brought down across the region - including one which blocked a road in Lipson.
Plymouth Twitter user Robotnyik McEwanov said a tree had fallen on to his car.
Roger Willis said in Twitter: "Lipson Road (garage end) closed by a fallen tree so don't go there unless you have to."
Dartmoor Wildlife Park closed for safety reasons. In a statement on Facebook the park said: "Unfortunately owing to sever weather conditions the park is closed today. You won't be missing much - for reasons of safety and animal welfare, many of our animals are secured in their houses for the duration. We fully expect to be back to normal tomorrow."
Cornwall and Devon and Somerset Fire Services both said they had been kept busy with calls throughout the weekend - including to unsafe structures near Ivybridge and properties at risk of flooding in South Cornwall.
More than 2,000 homes were left without power in Devon due to damaged power lines.
Find out more about Woodside here
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