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I thoght everyone was aware that play parks attract teens in the evening. Who will no doubt vandalise it. Somewhere else for the druggies  and alcoholics to gather.

leatash
leatash
2 hours ago

I would rather the Lawns be made into a nice car park with free parking for town centre residents.

DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
5 hours ago

I see no valid reason why the town council should even be discussing  funding for this play park until the residents of Dawlish can say yes/no to this. The survey was a sham and not one question asked if it was even wanted on The Lawn, just WHERE on The Lawn. Those who stated that it was NOT wanted on The Lawn could only put their feelings in the comments section of the one sided questions. ...

Lynne
Lynne
5 hours ago

Does anyone know the outcome of last Thursday's F&GP meeting where how to fund the proposed playpark was on the agenda.

Dawlish Town Council's planning committee will be meeting this evening. Amongst the other planning applications on the agenda is this one. https://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/planning/forms/planning-application-details/?Type=Application&Refval=17/01654/MAJ&MN=Y

An historical waterfront cafe and community hub has been destroyed in a late-night fire, witnessed by big crowds who had gathered for the annual carnival. Three appliances from Teignmouth, Dawlish and Torquay, and an Operational Assurance Officer, were sent to the Beachcomber café in Teignmouth after several calls reporting a fire. Read more... ...

Big rooms, charming features and whole lot of history, this beautiful Grade-II listed cottage is a real find. Brookdale at Brunswick Place, Dawlish, is an impressive Cottage Ornée built by Sir Edward Upham in around 1800. The accommodation at the six-bed property begins at an open glazed entrance portico with arched windows leading into a grand entrance hall. The hallway features cornicing ...

Peter Dodd was found with the weapon after a fight in Exeter's High Street in which a 17-year-old youth from Exmouth suffered a minor cut to his neck. Dodd, aged 42, who was living rough in Exeter at the time, but is now of Coronation Avenue, Dawlish, admitted possession of a blade when he appeared at Exeter Crown Court. Read more... ...

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