Just imagine how this country's balance of payments might benefit if we could just but export all this excess rainwater of ours to more arid climes.
Due to close 9 October 2018. See - https://www.lloydsbank.com/assets/media/pdfs/contact-us/Lloyds-Dawlish-Branch-Part-1.pdf
Ahhh. The good old summertime.
The EA says people are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. Flooding is possible for exposed east-facing coastal locations including Hallsands, Beesands, Torcross, Slapton, Blackpool Sands, Brixham, Broadsands, Goodrington, Paignton, Hollicombe, Torquay, Oddicombe, Teignmouth Promenade and Dawlish. Read more... ...
Not as far as I'm aware Lynne. I think he may have been ill recently.
Has he got another job?
Announcement 1 Having led the college as Principal for the last four years, Mr Simon has decided to leave the college. The Governors have allowed Mr Simon to leave with effect from the end of the Spring Term. Mr Simon has asked that we pass on his thanks to colleagues, parents, Governors and students for their support during his time at the college. The Governors would like to ...
People with dogs coming to our coastline is a big revenue earner and to ban dogs from all beaches, in my opinion, would be a very blinkered and ignorant act IF the council did implement such an economically disasterous action. As with most restrictions in the U.K. on freedom whether that be speech, movement or just living your life the way you want without negatively effecting those around ...
There is a certain type of person that lets their dog poop anywhere and it doesn't concern them one bit. You will never get through because that's the way they are. They are cretins of the first order and have no consideration for other people or the environment.
In the past we had to have a dog licence to own a dog i would bring that back but make it £100 per year there are 10 million dogs in the UK and i wonder if folk had to pay that amount would everyone still want a dog.