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Coffee and Chat Open Morning - Wednesday 10 November at 10:30 am Have you ever thought that you would love to have a job that gave you total job satisfaction and gives back to the community? Have you ever thought that you would love to work with children but don’t know where to start? Have you ever thought about joining an organisation that offers children the opportunity to grow, shine ...

It is the only purely early intervention service in Devon so pupils travel from all over the county to attend While some may refer to it as the 'naughty school', staff prefer to describe it as a 'half-way house' for secondary school students who, for a range of reasons, are struggling in mainstream school and are at risk of being excluded with rates increasing in Devon Read more... ...

The signal engineer started digging at his Dawlish home in 2002 Engineer Allan Pyne, 56, has spent his life working on the railways - and for the last two decades he has also spent his time off digging with pick axe and shovel to create the narrow gauge, funicular railway, which pulls up to seven tonnes on a flatbed mineworking truck up and down the 1:4 incline beside his house. It uses a ...

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"Out of all of Devon's larger towns and cities, Torquay is the most dangerous," CrimeRate summarised. "The next most dangerous is Plymouth, and Exeter comes in as third most dangerous. The Crime Rate where you live out of Devon's Population Centres Dawlish 636 42 23% safer See more... ...

I'll tell you what I think. Which is  -  that if that playing field were to be given the go ahead to be developed for housing, then the knock on effect would be to enhance any arguments that all other land put up for development in the immediate area should also be given the go ahead.  That would mean, for example, most of the (presently) open fields immediately adjacent to the Countryside Park ...

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Just done a quick check. The only TDC owned land that I can find along Orchard Lane is the children's playground (but it's not that site - see above quote from Cllr Wrigley) and a playing field a bit further up. Is it the playing field? Also checked the land put forward for consideration for development along Orchard Lane. And yes, the playing field is there. So I guess the site of the playing ...

5 days ago

Orchard Lane runs off the A379 at St Mary's Cottages and up the hill with the Dawlish Countryside Park to its south. In the recent Local Plan Review, showing land being considered for development, there was/is a fair chunk of land running up the hill on the country park side of Orchard Lane being considered. On the other side of the lane, and further up, land comprising Amity Farm was/is under ...

This planning application is on the agenda at the TDC Planning Committee meeting being held next Tuesday (19th Oct.) Dawlish Town Council recommended refusal. TDC planners recommending approval. https://democracy.teignbridge.gov.uk/documents/s13706/7d.21.01788.HOU%203%20Southdowns%20Road.pdf

Anyone else catch this morning's Rip Off Britain programme? Had a feature concerning Persimmon home buyers not at all happy with their broadband provision. Here's the link - starts about 33 mins into programme. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0010kr1/rip-off-britain-series-13-episode-17&nbsp ;