But it still doesn't say anything about protecting the line at Dawlish itself.
@leatash I'm surprised that they haven't done the same as they have got at Sidmouth. A couple of artificial islands to help take the power out of a stormy sea.
And all the pigs are fed and ready to fly.
If there was free wifi available, then the people who want it will just sit on the lawn/bandstand/benches and not worry about anything else except who is looking at them on fakebook. I think that there are a few businesses already offering wifi to customers around town so if you want free wifi, go to a café or pub etc who supply it, that way the town benefits from people spending money. ...
@Diana Mond WHO said anything about 'these Chavs' (your words) are from Dawlish? No one. My remark is about the people that this town is now attracting through certain activities.
What a wonderful town this is becoming.
@ burnside You obviously missed the point. I was not referring to fresh air but the bus service as you stated that the only way to get there was by car. Stick to the point please and don't digress and avoid the question.
@ burnside Has the #2 bus stopped going past it then?
Good luck to them. I might give it a try very soon.
@ DC 24601 Have I missed something? What the hell are you on about?