Back in the seventies I saw graffitti with an anarchist symbol that said, "If voting ever changed anything they would make it illegal." However I still cast my vote, for what it is worth (sigh).
I have never missed a chance to vote in any election national or local but i am for the first time sat here wondering is it really worth bothering.
Voting Day! Polling stations open until 10.00pm
How about the new 'Lawn group' could get rid of the ridiculously ineffective prohibition notices from around The Lawn. They are totally ineffective for the purpose they were installed for and the police do NOTHING when the actions of certain people contravene them. All it does is broadcast to visitors that The Lawn and surrounding area of Dawlish are not the place to enjoy a spot of peace and ...
See this week's Dawlish Gazette page 3 - "New Lawn group set up"
Polling day tomorrow - Thursday 15th Feb.
We still aint got mains gas so not expecting fibre broadband anytime soon
When I was living in west london during the mid 1980's we had fibre cable being installed then. I live within Dawlish and not that far from both West Cliff area and have a direct line of sight to the BT exchange building and have had fibre for a while, but the speed is still not that fast because there is still copper wire in the network. It just amazes me in this day and age that it can ...
I have it in Brunswick Place.
Well, we are continually being told that £xxx is earmarked to bring this everywhere, especially rural areas. What about parts of Dawlish that haven't got it yet ? e.g. where I live (the West Cliff area) ? How many other parts of Dawlish are still struggling with copper cable ?