@chef - there were a couple of chef vacancies in the Dawlish Gazette this week working at Cofton if you are interested.
There is just a poster in the window which says 'part time staff required. Apply within'. So best to go down there suited and booted. Good luck!
bar or kitchen staff?
The Exeter Inn are advertising for part time staff. Curriculum vitae (cv) and references are required. Apply within.
Gas has to be "transported". Electricity and water (to lesser extent) can both be produced/ processed locally. The national Electricity Grid was established to service old technologies - i.e. big carbon-fuel based power stations, when coal/oil/gas was especially plentiful and cheap . A grid is still a good idea to balance off production and demand but with modern techologies (and these are ...
It's just not feasible for every town and city to become energy independent, that's why we have a national grid for electricity and gas, it's a shame that the same wasn't done for the water supply given that large parts of the country are now in trouble.
Makes absolute sense to me that this town and each town/city (thus the whole country) becomes as energy independent and food producing independent as they possibly can. I was born after World War II (but born, just, when rationing was still on) so only know of, rather than experienced, food rationing. But as I recall didn't the Germans blockade the Atlantic and things like that so that supplies ...
Like it !!!!! So we can promote Dawlish as leading the way ...... every night!! All we need to do now is harness the power of the brook to generate electricity, maybe reinstate the mill-wheel, and we're on the road to energy independence.
Dont be stupid Neil they all complain about the lights being off during the night now!!!
Does anyone know if anything is being done in Dawlish to celebrate Earth Hour on 31st March? Earth Hour Earth Hour is is an annual global event when people across the world turn off lights for one hour between 8.30 – 9.30 pm to celebrate the planet together and raise awareness of climate change. More than 5,200 cities and towns in 135 countries worldwide switched off their lights for Earth Hour ...