Well, I saw a man who let his dog poo by the side of the path in the Manor and it was a big one (both poo and dog). I remonstrated with him and told him he could face a fine but he just looked blank and I don't think he really thought there was any problem. A child running along by the side of that footpath could easily step in it, plus anyone else. When you can't get through to people, what do ...
At this rate there will be nowhere to take dogs. I regularly walk in Manor park and have never seen dog poo.
Dogs should be banned from all beaches and public parks i have just walked up the Manor and had to step over dog s**** on five occasiones within a few hundred yards.
Coryton Cove Dawlish (Dogs are banned from 1st May to 30th September Dawlish (Restrictions may apply - usually from Easter until the end of Summer Dawlish Warren (Dogs are banned from 1st April - 30th September Break the ban and you could face an £80 fixed penalty fine. Read more... https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/beaches-devon-cornwall-dogs-banned-1451540
Baileys/Seabreeze is listed as being at 17-20 Piermont Place. This application is for 15C-20. It’s therefore safe to assume that this application includes what was known as the Beach Cafe (the small unit immediately to the right of Willo’s, as you look from the road, being 15C and the main Beach Cafe being 16).
I am a bit confused as to why they are applying for a licence as they have been serving beer and wine for years. Was the licence just restricted to the chippy cafe and the one next door and the new application is for the new establishment, formerly Beach Cafe?
This is excellent! As someone who wears my Dementia Friend badge with pride, I believe that Sefton Hall should be applauded for this. I would also heartily recommend learning more about how being a Dementia Friend can make a real difference.
Sefton Hall in Dawlish, which already has its own pub, needs help to raise the final £2,500 for the village it wants to build in the home’s large courtyard. The new £8,000 Devon-style, ‘Sefton Village’ will include a vintage tea room, church, sweet shop, pub, garden-centre and barbeque area. Each structure will be assembled as wooden huts, similar to garden summer houses. See more... ...
Yes Lynne, I saw it was Mike and Marilyn Bailey, but is it known as Bailey's or should it be known as Seabreeze? If someone was looking for Bailey's where would they find it? Perhaps a few more signs saying Bailey's is now called Seabreeze could be dotted around Dawlish.
@majorp - click on the link that dm posted at the very beginning of this thread - that shows who has applied for the licence. @leatash - i expect it is open. the issue is whether or not a licence to serve alcohol has been/will be granted. click on the link that dm posted for details.