That's what UPWITHIT said.
You never see a police officer from one week to the next, and then all of a sudden there are two!
Surely not, Mcjrpc?
The best for years - long may it continue in the same vein!
It's definitely Network Rail land and therefore definitely their decision to not allow the benches to be replaced. Loving all the shoutiness btw! 😂 Hopefully someone on DTC, unbeknown to us mere mortals, is actually taking the lead on this matter and therefore continuing the good work started by Michael Clayson, etc.
To those against the play park, may I ask what you think the S106 money should be spent on instead? That's not a loaded question, but a genuine request for constructive ideas. Thank you.
The last time something aspirational was attempted for the lawn, it was shouted down by the same people trying to shout down the play park. Therefore, in my opinion, it's better to follow the lead of a successful model. I've never mentioned attracting people from Paignton. It would be good for local businesses and residents if children didn't have to be taken to Teignmouth to spend time at a ...
Sorry Monty, you were querying the reason why the licence reverted to its current timings. Hence the link and the explanations therein for why it was found to be acceptable at the time. It does sound like you're suffering horrendous experiences. You have my sympathies.
Monty, the decision by TDC was nothing to do with what was reported by the then Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Dawlish. The facts are contained in this link: http://m.teignbridge.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=37146&p=0
LN, I know what the report says about it being a "quiet zone". 8 years on, I personally believe that we need to look at the success of the Teignmouth model, and create a play park to help continue stopping Dawlish from becoming a dead zone. Sadly the only opinions that are being heard are those of the old aged residents (I don't mean you LN btw!).