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From 2018 this fleet of Class 802 Intercity Express Trains, which is being financed by Eversholt Rail, will connect London Paddington to Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance and many more communities. The Intercity Express Train is also designed to withstand the region's variable weather conditions, including routes along the Dawlish coast. These new trains harness Hitachi's Japanese bullet train ...

The trio came into the world earlier this week and take the total number of black swans swimming around Dawlish Water to ten. The flock are synonymous with the town and there are records of black swans being on the Brook in Dawlish in the early 1900s. Read more... http://www.devonlive.com/more-black-swans-born-in-dawlish/story-30475793-detail/story.html

A 'dangerous' mentally ill man attacked a mother as she tried to protect her children from him in a play park. Doctors at Langdon Hospital in Dawlish later discovered he was a paranoid schizophrenic who experienced 'sadistic and homicidal ideas'. Read more... ...

A man was pronounced dead at the scene after being hit by a freight train in Exeter today. A spokesperson for British Transport Police, who were called to the scene at 8.30am, said a freight train from Dawlish was involved and the man died at the scene despite the arrival of paramedics. Read more... ...

Last night a number of folk from the theatre drinking wine by the brook maybe they didn't think the prohibition notice applied to them.

DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
2 weeks ago

@Cassandra - not a lot i expect from the lack of police activity in enforcing the prohibition notices on the lawn. The prohibition of consuming alcohol, drugs is infringed on a daily/nightly basis plus the foul language and drunken boxing matches that take place on a regular basis, in full view of Dawlish residents and holiday makers.

monty
monty
2 weeks ago

All true.

1263
1263
2 weeks ago

re: monty's comment. The dawlish gazette and more especially the dawlish post are only there to show charity raising photos and other "good news". They have no backbone as regards stating an opionion about whats good for dawlish to ANY councilers or MPS probably because of potential loss of avdertising revenue. The "editor "only makes vague comments when it should be shouting fromthe rooftops  ...

Cassandra
Cassandra
2 weeks ago

Would have thought that if something against the law happens on the Lawn the police would have to be involved, depends on what is classed as criminal activity these days.

Lynne
Lynne
2 weeks ago

Is what happens (or not) on the lawn the concern/responsibility of the town council?

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