Phew.!!!!..................I thought it said refugees at first...
Boat users are set to be ‘banned’ from areas of the Exe Estuary as part of plans to create two wildlife refuges. Advice from conservation experts urge that new ‘Wildlife Refuges’ are implemented to make sure protected birds are undisturbed and have safe places to rest and feed. Read more... http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/wildlife-refuges-planned-exe-estuary-639786
Low life like that deserve more than that.
Paul Rowntree aged 36 from Dawlish was jailed for 19 years, Rikki Ward aged 28 from Sunderland was jailed for 15 years 3 months, and Ross Morton aged 29 from Dawlish was jailed for three years for their role in the attack and robbery that took place in Dawlish on Monday 30 January 2017. Read more... http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/2017-10-14/three-jailed-for-37-years-after-ammonia-attack/
What is it with the need for everyone to be swearing all over this site @webmaster - I really think the beach needs to be concentrated on and I'm sure somehow more could be made of the railway attraction it brings.
Roll on when the Zombies take over and then we will not have to put up with all this shit.
So, the question on topic was, what could the area be used for? How about an Ice Cream Kiosk, or we could even put the new play park there if people want it so much.
A masked robber has been found guilty of taking part in an ammonia attack on a shopkeeper who was almost blinded as his takings were snatched. Ward sprayed undiluted ammonia into his face while Rowntree grabbed a bag which contained the takings from the Costcutter shop during the attack on The Strand in Dawlish on January 20 this year. Full article here
Well he certainly got the point.
A 31-year-old man has appeared in court accused of having a kitchen knife in a public place in Dawlish without good reason. Molland pleaded not guilty to the offence which allegedly occurred in Dawlish last month Read more... http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/man-denies-having-kitchen-knife-612326