'Enough is enough' ..now the sea gets to passengers getting off train! https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/horrified-train-passengers-soaked-huge-2204408
See the letters page (71) and also page 3 of this weekend's Dawlish Post. One letter is from the Chairman of Teignmouth Traders' Association saying that the proposals would have an adverse effect on trade in the town. Have Dawlish town centre/Dawlish Warren traders any thoughts on this matter, I wonder?
Click here https://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/media/7580/overview-scrutiny-commitee-agenda-19-november-public-pack.pdf and scroll down to agenda item 8 pages 5-20.
Devon trains cancelled on Friday because of oncoming storm Natiolnal Raiol has warned that trains in Devon will be disrupted on Friday because of the oncoming storm. A spokesman said: "High tides and high winds are forecast at Dawlish this afternoon. As a result, trains between Exeter St Davids and Newton Abbot may be disrupted from approximately 15:00 until the end of service. Read ...
'Severe weather' including howling winds of up to 70mph have forced CrossCountry to cancel all services from Exeter to Newton Abbot between 4.30pm and 9.30pm this evening. It is likely that CrossCountry services will also be cancelled during Friday afternoon and evening. The train operator said it will provide further updates tomorrow. Read more... ...
You could get rid of the dog.
So take your dogs out on Sat and Sun!!!!!!!!!!
Ben Bradshaw on Dawlish rail line and the sea-change in public opinion on Brexit It is nearly five years since the line was closed for two months after damage caused by a winter storm. Conservative Cabinet Ministers, led by David Cameron, fell over themselves on visits to the region promising “money will be no object” in ensuring the Westcountry gets a railway resilient to the impacts of ...
And looking at the weather thats on it's way it may be closed again Friday/Saturday.
On the matter of the three Community Environment Wardens - I've read that they only work Mon-Fri.