Taking a winter’s dip in the sea is not everyone’s cup of tea, but Dawlish Water Rotarian Robin Buchanan, has set himself a ‘MadSwim’ challenge to raise money for Assist Teignbridge, where he is a trustee. Read more... https://www.middevonadvertiser.co.uk/article.cfm?id=120377&headline=Robin%27s%20water%20dips%20aid%20charity&searchyear=2021
Under the government’s roadmap, Monday, April 12, is the earliest date outdoor attractions and self-contained accommodation such as campsites and holiday lets, where indoor facilities are not shared with other households, are allowed to open. Read more... ...
You know this is just all hot air, the hospital will be closed all part of the government plan.
Just building on every other free space in Teignbridge instead.
Force this on your employees and expect to pay out a lot of dosh in compensation to quite a few employees.
A care provider, which has five homes in Devon, is demanding all its staff have to be vaccinated by April 23 Geoffrey Cox, the managing director of Southern Healthcare, which owns award-winning care homes in Exeter, Plymouth, Seaton and Dawlish, disagrees with the policy. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/devon-care-home-provider-criticised-5228511
Teignbridge District Council is to award a 999 year lease to the Land Trust to use an endowment investment to deliver the long term goals of Dawlish Countryside Park Local communities will be encouraged to get involved with the Land Trust in managing sustainability, biodiversity and supporting the Habitat Regulations outcomes essential for mitigating the likely impact of population growth on ...
THE SHOW might go on – but not necessarily as it has before. That’s the message from organisers of this year’s Dawlish Celebrates Carnival as they wait to see what possible restrictions might effect the popular week-long event in mid-August. Read more... https://www.middevonadvertiser.co.uk/article.cfm?id=120353&headline=Covid%20curtails%20carnival%20celebration&searchyear=2021
Apparently caused by a meteor.
a Ministry of Defence spokeswoman has said it's not believed to be linked to any RAF activity. So far people in Dawlish, Cullompton, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot, Exminster and Torbay have all reported hearing the loud noise this afternoon. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/sonic-boom-over-devon-aircraft-5209003