All well and good but they also need to build trains that don't break down when they get hit by waves!
And the concert at Powderham!!!
Me too Deedoodle! I too walked around town last week in the late afternoon and evenings and saw the usual suspects openly drinking from beer cans, cider bottles etc! Not a plastic or real Bobby in sight to impose the PSPO! Why do we have this problem in Dawlish and other towns do not seem suffer a similar problem?
As was seen in Newquay over the weekend, it takes just one unexpected wave to devastate a family forever!
@Liberal Democrat, perhaps you should now request your FOI given the disclosure of the additional £100,000 this event cost, split evenly between Exeter and Teignbridge. An FOI would reveal the true cost of this wasteful event to taxpayers, they have a right to know!
We have been landed with a bill for another £50,000 on top of the £100,000 already wasted on the Big Weekend. It was a Big Weekend - a Big Waste of tax payers money!
That chip must be weighing you down!
Usual respnse from Mrs C! One day, maybe, there will be an intelligent response but I won't hold my breath! And I await the raft of negative responses from her very few henchmen! It really is all good fun.
Well, I have been talking to a friend today who is going to the concert. Mum, dad and two children. The concept of a free concert went out of the window weeks ago, as we all know. Tickets are NOT free when you have to pay the ticket master £8.50 for each ticket! Park and ride is £11 per person so, as they cannot afford £44 they are paying £27.50 to park in Powderham grounds. Who is getting all ...
A bit rich coming from Mrs C!!!