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Monday 21 - Sunday 27 June is Rail Safety Week, aiming to raise awareness of the importance of rail safety and ultimately prevent accidents and deaths in and around the rail infrastructure. While we are carrying out our work, part of the sea wall path between Dawlish and Dawlish Warren is closed. Please remember the dangers of trespassing on both the railway line and the construction ...

The Climate Central map shows the areas at risk of flooding without measures to hold back the waters The Met Office has predicted an increase in sea levels by as much as 80cm by the end of the century. Devon has already seen the devastating effect of storms, with the coastal railway link breached at Dawlish in 2014, and the A379 moved further inland after being washed away at Slapton in ...

New student flats, cinemas, thousands of new homes, river restoration works, health centres, new roads, hotels, Dawlish railway line works, and town centre regeneration are all among the schemes Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/new-lidl-aldi-cinema-giant-5537036

The Snooky Trust helps people aged 18-40 who live in Dawlish and the wider area. Last week they took the tough decision to cancel their major fundraising event, the Snooky Fest, for the second year in a row, blaming difficulties in staging the event with ongoing uncertainty over regulations. Read more... ...

So how many tens of thousands of tonnes are they using then?

So he gets away with two counts of attempted arson to endanger life with merely a restraing order. The courts are a joke, but god forbid you dont pay all of your rates or tv license.

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18 Jun 2021

yes, release him back in the community so he can start  more fires................

The contractor on the Dawlish sea wall reconstruction project in south Devon reckons to be saving 1,130 tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere by using ground granulated blast furnace slag as a cement substitute. Read more... https://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/ggbs-embraced-for-dawlish-sea-wall

Singh, aged 49, now of Exeter Road, Dawlish, admitted arson and was conditionally discharged by Judge David Evans at Exeter Crown Court. He said it was ‘not expedient’ to punish him because he is currently being treated at Langdon mental hospital, where doctors will manage his release back into the community. Read more... ...

HMS PoW is new (was off Carbis Bay for some reason apparently!). The Chinooks have been around for a while though.

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