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Lynne
Lynne
1½ weeks ago

So the proposal is to have a cafe right on top of (or as near as dammit) sewage tanks that have to be emptied throughout the year? What time of day do these things normally get emptied?

UPWITHIT
UPWITHIT
1½ weeks ago

Yes the tanks are underneath the crazy golf, I seen it dug out.

Lynne
Lynne
1½ weeks ago

Can someone who knows about the location of town centre things (majorp?/leatash?) explain the location of the existing sewage tanks  that have to be emptied throughout the year in relation to where it is proposed new crazy golf cafe will be. I am told these tanks are located underneath the site of the present crazy golf site. Is that right?

Lloyds Chemists.
UPWITHIT
UPWITHIT
1½ weeks ago

Why is the chemists at Barton Surgery not open on Saturday ?.

Well that really is rich coming from Mrs C!

burneside
burneside
1½ weeks ago

Says "Diana Mond", who has been banned from this forum more times than I've had hot dinners.

Diana Mond
Diana Mond
1½ weeks ago

@Margaret Swift , erm, “dear”. You missed the point about not being personal towards other www.dawlish.com forum members. Hopefully you will be reminded by the Webmaster of the terms and conditions of his website.

Actually if the world warms up then our climate could well become colder. Why? Because if the Gulf Stream is disrupted (and it is the warmth of the Gulf Stream that keeps our climate as temperate as it is) then we will have a much colder climate in this country.

leatash
leatash
1½ weeks ago

But with climate change crops will change we grow more than you think Lynne for arguments sake we produce Saffron,Chillies and peppers are grown by the millions, we produce Strawberries nearly all year round. We used to manage without all these foods from abroad and we ate what was in season leeks, cabbage,carrots, turnip,and the tops, lots of fruit,pears,we grow the best apples in the world, ...

Lynne
Lynne
1½ weeks ago

Some points: The beginnings of the shortage of housing that people could afford to buy/rent can be traced back to the Thatcherite policy of Right to Buy of council housing stock.  Whilst the RtB policy created many more home owners, its legislation forbade local councils from building more homes to replace those that had been sold. It was argued that the private sector would pick up the rental ...

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