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‘It’s not acceptable’ said an irate Cllr Martin Wrigley. ‘I’ve raised this with Devon County Council time and time again and it gets absolutely nowhere.’ ,Yep,,,,, Lib dems toothless when it comes to getting things done, however would accept that Torys have more councillors on the county council but unfortunately the rate payers lose out as these groups make politcal decisions rather than ...

and thats what will eventually happen to the proposed playpark on the strand ...................as goups decide who has to pay for the upkeep etc, plus  all the anti-social behaviour it will bring with it.

The new wall is being built to protect the railway line after a storm in 2014 caused devastation Network Rail, who are carrying out the work, say that work on the second section on the project is progressing well after the concrete panels ranging from 6.09 to 6.69 metres in size and each weighing between 11.55 to 12.95 tonnes have been fitted. Read more... ...

We have just found out we have been awarded a gold for our mixed gourmet mushrooms in the Taste Of The West awards. We are proper chuffed. Big up the shroom crew you are smashing it!! You can buy our mixed online at www.forestfungi.co.uk In our farm shops and at many of awesome indy retailers throughout Devon. Well deserved,

Teignbridge (Devon) Ashburton & Buckfastleigh 18 224 Teignbridge (Devon) Bishopsteignton & Shaldon 18 268.7 Teignbridge (Devon) Chudleigh & Bovey Tracey 24 246 Teignbridge (Devon) Dawlish North 19 223.6 Teignbridge (Devon) Dawlish South 13 193.7 Teignbridge (Devon) Heathfield & Liverton 12 186 ...

Concerned Tony is at high risk from coronavirus with a compromised immune system. He lives on the Strand in Dawlish, which is one of the busiest areas of town, especially in the summer months. His daily treatment at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital is a matter of life and death, made even more difficult he says, by the council’s dithering on painting his disabled bay markings outside his ...

Over the last two years The Lawn Working Group has been working on this amazing project. lets hope it won't take too much longer. I went to the Manor Play Park at the weekend with my family and couldn't believe how sad old and rusty the equipment was not that there was much there.

How apt! Just as we are being asked to consider  more house building in the parish so Devon County Council decides to do a survey asking about pre-school child care provision. I'd say Dawlish needs more as we only have the one nursery at the moment and what with all the new houses already having been built, scheduled to be built, and possibly to be built sometime in the future it won't only be ...

This survey closes this Monday (2nd August). Click on 'start' at bottom of first post on this thread to register your views.

As all this proposed housebuilding would end up taking away so much of what is presently open country, it's been suggested to me that the present Dawlish countryside park might become the local place to go to find er..........open countryside. So perhaps the park  could be renamed : " What's left of the Dawlish country side, park". And on its signage there could be little motifs of ribbons. ...