Apologies forr the typo : should have been "teignbridge" council.
There has been some discussion about what type of shark it is after Laura posted her picture on the Eyes of Dawlish Facebook discussion group. Some thought it was a black dog fish. Luckily, there was not more than four of them on the beach or teignmouth council would have sent out a warden to fine the owner.....
Laura and Luke Woodward were walking their dogs on Dawlish beach when they first saw a number of jellyfish washed up. Then they spotted the baby shark struggling in the shallows and went to help it back out to sea. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/baby-shark-stunned-jellyfish-attack-2864528
It's not that the parents are engrossed in the gaming, it's that they don't care about their kids as it's so easy to blame someone else these days. PS. Sorry majorp to correct you on your spelling again.
I see this all the time especially around the amusement arcades, do the parents care when they are ingrossed with the machine they are playing with ----no they don't, panic only sets in when their child is not with them and nowhere to be found. Warning signs should be a must in these arcades warning parents to take care of their children. Some of the games on the machines are so captivating, you ...
A two-year-old child is receiving specialist care after being found on their own in Dawlish Warren on Saturday morning. A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson said: "Enquiries are ongoing to establish when the child can be returned to their parents. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/police-called-after-child-2-2857670
Contractors have been appointed for the project that will see a new sea wall built at Dawlish, with work set to begin in the next few weeks. Network Rail has awarded the contract for reconstruction of the Dawlish sea wall to BAM Nuttal and work will start at the end of May. Read more... ...
Officers are investigating an incident which happened at around 11.30pm at the Landsdowne Pub, in Park Road, on Thursday 2 May. Read more... https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/News/newsarticle.aspx?id=418a8058-91d6-4253-a67f-137cd3811041
They should have been banned for life from keeping any pets as they are clearly not capable of looking after them properly.
That is disgraceful, and I would like to thank those responsible for bringing to the attention of the RSPCA.