@DEEDOODLE , He maybe a tw@t! But remember, he is teaching someones kids, so what sort of education are they getting?
What a tw@t!
People will never learn.
i expect he was swaning around.
It is understood the man drifted from Sandy Bay and was close to Dawlish Warren by the time he was rescued. Kelly Flook, a PE teacher from Exeter, witnessed the drama unfold. She said the man was in the water for at least 40 minutes - and he was lucky to be pulled out alive. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/rescue-launched-man-inflatable-swan-3250387
The only reason any of the services are being cut at a local level is because central goverment is keeping more of the cake for their fat arse,s to scoff on. 'The below stations will reamain open' for now. Look what happened when they wanted to sell off teignmouth police station. They appeased a few people by opening a small cop shop on the high street and then closed it a couple of ...
Just off the A379 at Cockwood, it's a perfect starting point to explore the glorious, winding coastal walk through Dawlish, Teignmouth and on to Torquay in one direction, and the Exe Estuary walk to Exeter, teeming with wildlife, the other. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/whats-on/whats-on-news/tried-three-devons-best-getaway-3232550
The Devon and Somerset Fire & Rescue Service is currently consulting on a range of proposals that could see eight rural fire stations close, with the mothballing a number of engines and converting fully-manned stations into part-time operations also outlined. THE BELOW STATIONS WILL REMAIN OPEN AND WILL NOT LOSE ANY FIRE ENGINES Axminster, Bampton, Bere Alston, Bideford, Bovey Tracey, ...
David Moore, aged 71, was living at the Palm Court nursing home in Dawlish when he passed away on January 1 this year. A post mortem revealed Mr Moore, a retired airport manager, died as a result of choking, with dementia being a contributory factor. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/elderly-man-choked-death-eating-3227147
The project had been delayed after changes to design standards saw costs spiral, and a bid to the Department for Transport was unsuccessful. Councillor Yvonne Atkinson, who represents Alphington and Cowick, said: “A new station will mean commuters from Dawlish and Newton Abbot can get the train to work in Marsh Barton. This will help alleviate congestion and air pollution. Read more... ...