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Yes it was 2016 not 2014. Getting old - time merges. I have found this thread http://www.dawlish.com/thread/details/45050 and there are two others as well. I think that back in 2014 the question posed was along the lines of Do you want a playpark on the lawn? As the majority of those who responded said yes (I don't know the figures in favour) then that was why in 2016 when a ...

9 hours ago

Having a playpark on the lawn - a potted history Okay, so........back in 2014 (I think it was) there was a public consultation about whether or not there should be a playpark on the lawn.  Not sure if there was anything online but definitely there was a public consultation event in the town somewhere. Both Linda Petherick and Margaret Swift were town councillors at the time so perhaps they ...

yesterday at 19:06

There is some S106 money via the Sainsbury's development, as well I believe. That is time limited and must be spent by next year/year after?  I believe the GWR money also has a similar time by when it must be spent. Would look it all up but it is such a gorgeous evening that I am now going out into the garden. If someone from the working group should read this and know the exact ...

Don't forget this is on today. The Strand Centre - mid-day to 8pm click on this link to see what is being prooposed for Dawlish https://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/media/6882/dawlish-for-meeting.pdf

The Future of the Lawn - Part 2
yesterday at 08:17

@Brooklyn Bridge - re your last sentence. In the absence of any present town councillors writing on this website suggest you write to Cllr Wrigley who chairs the lawn working party and ask him. martin.wrigley@dawlish.gov.uk There are others, I know who read this website, who were town councillors (2011-2015) when the idea of there being a playpark on the lawn really took off. They could tell ...

TDC are also seeking land for further development. We are also undertaking a call for sites which is an invitation for landowners and land promotors to submit sites to be considered for development. If you wish to submit your site for assessment as part of the Local Plan Review, please fully complete the Call for Sites submission form at: www.teignbridge.gov.uk/callforsites. Any comments ...

If you are a WASPI woman or know of a WASPI woman who would like to take part in a tv feature about this issue please contact me via this website and I'll tell you how to progress. I have received this message: The BBC want to focus on any of the following: Has got to her 60s, can’t afford to retire and has now found another job to fill the gap between her last career and her new ...

http://www.dawlishnewspapers.co.uk/article.cfm?id=108090&headline=All%20change%20for%20Lawn%20area?&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2018

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4 days ago

Agreed - because that is a bilateral trade agreement between the EU and Canada. But just because that is the situation between them doesn't mean to say that it will be same between the UK and the EU and the UK and other countries. Look here at what arch Brexiteer Jacob Rees Mogg has to say on the subject: (my emphasis in bold) "It is thought the Cabinet has had only one high-level ...

4 days ago

Oh and here's the irony of irony for all those concerned about others living here who, or whose parents/grand parents, came here from commonwealth countries rather than EU ones. I have read that during the referendum campaign Brexiteers would target Indian/Pakistani communities urging them to vote Leave as a Leave win would enable more Indians and Pakistanis to emigrate to this country. That ...

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