Great news. I suppose the moaners will moan about it for moaning sake. At least Dawlish will be entering the 21st century and make the area so much more appealing to locals and visitors.
they probably would prefer some cash
Newton Abbot MP Anne Marie Morris has written to the Dr Paul Johnson, the clinical chairman of the NHS Devon CCG, regarding the new health hub in Teignmouth and the proposed closure of Teignmouth Hospital. The intention is then also to move all other services to the new hub or to Dawlish hospital. Read more... ...
A pair of bridges drawn up for a sea defence scheme in Dawlish, Devon, following severe storms more than six years ago have been given planning. The link bridge will sit alongside the existing historic viaduct and will bridge the pedestrian promenade over the outlet of Dawlish Water. Read more... https://www.building.co.uk/news/dawlish-bridges-get-green-light/5108260.article
THE Queen has highlighted what she describes as ‘the important role’ of the local and national press during the coronavirus pandemic. Tindle Newspaper titles, including the Mid Devon Advertiser, The Dawlish Gazette and the Teignmouth Post are all members of the News Media Association. Read more... ...
There's also a new cluster of 13 cases in the Torbay area New clusters in the Exeter area include Pinhoe & Whipton North, Clyst, Exton & Lympstone, Starcross & Exminster and Dawlish North. See more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/new-covid-19-clusters-across-4575159
A shed and a garage on a Dawlish street were broken into at approximately 4am where a thief stole tools, including a new axe, and a child's bike. A child's beloved quad bike and tools and an axe were stolen by a callous thief in the early hours of Friday morning (October 2). Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/childrens-quad-bike-axe-stolen-4573441
But dogs are once again allowed on most beaches Dogs are permitted on all beaches in Teignbridge between October and March 31, except past groyne 9 at Dawlish Warren, where dogs are banned all year round. Read more ... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/devon-beaches-you-can-now-4564940
Anyone who may come across second-hand jewellery for sale which fits the description of the items stolen is urged to contact the police The items, including a Swarovski bracelet, necklace and rings, Armani gents watches and cuff links and an Instrmnt watch, totalling £4,000 in worth were stolen in Dawlish A police spokesperson said: "Police are appealing for information after more than ...
@1263 Maybe the same way that DEEDOODLE assumes what they wrote!