Gather the new departure area at the destination of HS2 will be so big that it will take 20 minutes to exit it...hmm now thats food for thought. Better to spend the money on re opening some closed lines. Work on Tavistock line is fue to start...if only they could link Okehampton there would be an alternative route if the cliffs fall or sea stops services.
They can close it for two weeks and life WILL continue. So why not keep it like that ..is that not what the majority of people voted for be it slim. Its great to walk around Newton Abbot shopping areas and other towns without having to watch out for boy racers.. You dont see a car in Exeter Hight Street or the new shopping centre, I dont know why Dawlish is so obsessed with cars.
Agree Fred. Pink is acceptable in Suffolk ..in fact it is expected... so why not in Devon?. http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SUFFOLK/2008-07/1217348400
Good ..you are far to serious!
The problem would be solved if people stopped eating pasties and chips as they walk.around. .. .the gulls would soon get fed up and stay out to sea.
Never understand why people need to stoop to that kind of lamguage to make a point.
If you didnt Channel4 Despatches last night on prices of fruit and veg ..you can watch here > http://www.channel4.com/programmes/dispatches/4od I always thought it was cheaper to buy veg in small shops..supermarkets have always capatalised on people who do their shop in one place..
I visited friends in town tonight (Tuesday) at 7pm and walked the length of the Strand, oh my, so depressing. What on earth is going on? I suggest others should do this one evening at the same time and make an honest opinion. I am sorry but if anyone visited with a view to open a shop you would have to go look elsewhere to a town where there is a at least a chance of some business. If the Coop ...
I lived in Dawlish 10 years ..in that time the shops were little supported by locals. Remember this is way before Sainsburys arrived. Trade was always down to visitors, without them there was little point in a shop.. I see no point opening a shop in winter when streets deserted, just for the locals to say 'nobody goes in there'...they have always had great pleasure out of failure. Mind, all the ...
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