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Or may be ask them if they know where kids are getting it from!

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
18 May 2024

We have had a few incidents recently, of young people being hospitalised due to taking ketamine. Parents, do you know what your children are taking? Ketamine is a general anaesthetic so it reduces sensations in the body. Ketamine can alter your perception of time and space and make you hallucinate (see or hear things that aren't there) stop you feeling pain, putting ...

Collaboration was the theme of the fourth Dawlish Chamber Business Breakfast yesterday morning (Thursday May 16). Around 50 business representatives from around the town, along with MP Anne Marie Morris, Councillor Martin Wrigley and Mayor Lin Goodman-Bradbury, had set an early alarm to gather at The Smugglers Inn for the 7am start.

PLANS to fix the fountain at Tuck’s Plot in Dawlish have been delayed but the town council insists it is still determined to get it back up and running. Over the last year, the council has been working on a project to maintain and repair the fountain which has been a popular feature of the area near the seafront.

Are the town  council pushing to get a replacement bridge in the manor ?

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
17 May 2024

*UPDATE* Over the past year the Town Council has been working on an ongoing project on the maintenance and fixing of the Fountain on Tuck's Plot. Works were supposed to be undertaken in mid-March to bring the Fountain back to working order. Unfortunately, the contractor employed was unable to complete these works. We frequently get asked when the Fountain at Tuck's Plot will be fixed ...

THE SON of Dawlish D-Day piper Bill Millin has paid a visit to the town ahead of the 80th anniversary of his father’s historic bagpipe rendition. John Millin, 69, travelled to Dawlish Museum which has the original set of his father’s bagpipes and has a newly named ‘Piper Bill’ room in his honour.

Yes we know because were paying for them....

THE HUSBAND of a church leader from Dawlish who was stabbed to death by their son has paid tribute to his wife. Guy Huggins spoke after their son, Bradley, 25, was ordered to be detained indefinitely in a mental hospital after admitting the manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility of his mother Hazel.

We've just put the first of our new fleet of refuse vehicles on the road. The 12-refuse collection include 8, 22 and 26-tonne vehicles which are fitted with lower emission Euro-6 engines, and electric bin lifts which reduce noise levels for operatives and residents. The new vehicles are the first of a 56-vehicle replacement programme which includes kerbside recycling vehicles, ...

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