And the market walk i thought that was a great idea.
The High Street is losing a lot of large and medium sized companys a few are listed some have gone broke some in the process of going bust and some closing stores and downsizing Maplins,Toys R us,House of Frazer,Debenhams, Poundworld,BHS,CA,Bags,Gameseek,Jacques,Vert,Dash,Bench,Grainger,Betterware,Kleeneeze,Bargain Booze,Clogs,East,Barkers, and there are loads more.
flo you could be right it is the way things go.
I remember the days in Dawlish when businesses banked on a Monday and a uniformed officer was present as a deterent to would be thieves and now the likes of Aldi Ldle have cash collected as do most other businesses large and small. I remember my father telling me that i would never see a man on the moon in my life time and me agreing i tell my kids that in the near future all purchases food ...
If i am looking to purchase anything i always search the internet there are huge savings out there the only money i spend in Dawlish is £7 a month on a haircut. I dont understand why anyone would buy from the high street when savings of 20 or 30% can be made online and delivered to your door win win me thinks.
At the last count it was 52
It is a legal requirment to have a bell on a bike but very new cyclist's do and no one enforces it, but a a motorist has to have a horn and it has to be working to obtain a MOT. I notice that yet again the article promises economic revival and why is there not a form for those who want to object and are not in favour of the cycle path.
A uniform with no powers folk will just laugh and tell them to do one i know i would.
The man has serious problems probably some mental instability he is up and down like a yoyo sad really.
Diana Mond why would anyone use that route on Bank Holliday Monday the A379 was a grind with folk trying to get to Dawlish and caravaners and motorhome users trying to get out the traffic was queued back to Kenton west bound and back to Cockwood east bound and google didnt tell me that. And i dont understand your obsession with the High Street the future is shopping online, a example my treat ...