12) Dawlish (Below dates may not be correct and will be updated soon) With the lights switch on taking place November 30 and the Christmas Market on December 1 and 2, Dawlish will be feeling wonderfully festive in 2018. See more... https://www.devonlife.co.uk/home/christmas/christmas-markets-in-devon-1-5212698
Incident on board train between Exeter St Davids and Newton Abbot halts services Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/security-alert-halts-trains-between-3305113
Going back to Ziggy's post, if the local police think Dawlish has a city council then they really have a problem.
@majorp The problem here, if you had not already realised, is that the council stuck the notice on her windscreen with water soluble glue. The owner could not have driven the car away without first returning with a bucket of hot water to remove it, and that is totally irresponsible behaviour on the part of the council.
I have to disagree with @DEEDOODLE . Those that place graffiti on a wall or do anything to other peoples property are clearly breaking the law--unless they have permission to do such a thing. The town council employee or a civil enforcement officer has the right to place a ticket on the windscreen. where else would they put it to inform the owner that they had no right to park there?
I assume the council workers do not have to pay to park all day at the manor house. Up until a year or so ago people had always parked in this car park day and night with NO restrictions for decades.
Danielle Robberts, 28, was informed by the police that the Dawlish City Council in Devon would not have initiated criminal proceedings because the windshield did not crack. Read more... https://www.newsarchyuk.com/devon-woman-furious-as-parking-notice-stuck-by-board-on-her-windshield/
Am I missing something here? Would a service station not have CCTV so the car could be traced and the police could get involved in this dognapping
Work resumes on Monday on the £30m scheme that will see a new sea wall built at Dawlish. The plans will raise the wall from its current height of 5m to 7.5m, widen the walkway to 4m from its current 3.1m width, and include a barrier between the pedestrians and the edge of the to stop people falling off the wall. Read more ...
Owner's emotional reunion with puppies stolen from Devon farm - but one is still missing https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/owners-emotional-reunion-puppies-stolen-3295999