No life for your boys in Dawlish..it just looks attractive in high summer. Teignmouth is better, then Newton Abbot for Torbay but as D says lots to do in Exeter for all...then you can travel for days out to Dawlish. best way, if you rerally like it. Have to say.. Dawlish people seem pretty negative and still the 'outsider' issue, ..I lived there for 7 years... that was enough!
Yes, I think so!
Honestly I would give Dawlish a miss. In the 15 years I have been here it has just been a steady decline downwards. Exeter is the closest place for decent shopping and jobs and there is next to nothing for kids to do around the town. I would suggest a better move would be to the outskirts of Newton Abott or better still Exeter. Public transport is really bad and the only way to get around is by ...
It would be better if they actually enforced the PSPO's they currently have, before they expand them. The Dawlish PSPO is a joke. There is blatent abuse off the PSPO and very rarely does anything get enforced.
If it were poundland it would be better than another charity shop or betting shop, wouldn't it?
Does anyone know who is taking over the shop? There is work being carried out, is it still rumoured to be Poundland?
There never has been anything for teenagers to do and if there is something it costs too much. Teenagers hang around, its what they do, I did. If they are causing problems then that is a different issue but if they are just sitting around, chatting and laughing what is the problem? Most parents are happy their kids are in their rooms playing on games as they know where there are then.
And we had a Police presence every night.
A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for dog fouling and control will be introduced across Teignbridge from 1 April following a decision by Full Council today. Read more... https://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/pr19pspodogcontrols140119?fbclid=IwAR3hvjXpZGpXyobvBIVaXCw7FCWSj95pjdd6mq56NT7jlJfDfO2ngsuWaUw
Hi, my family are hoping for a move from the dizzy smelly heights of London (originally from Plymouth) and we are in our in early 40's and have two young boys. Is there much going on in Dawlish to keep them occupied and also us parents who want to keep busy with Cubs, swim clubs etc? Any advice would be very much appreciate