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For those interested in following this continuing saga (for that is what it is) TDC have now placed on its planning portal a letter from Historic England concerning the remedial works it (HE) is suggesting should take place on the building to prevent further deterioration. Letter is dated January 2020 but as it refers to a site visit made by Historic England, TDC officers and the owner of the ...

High tides meant it flooded the streets Roads in Paignton were blanketed with sea foam last night - making it look like they were buried under snow. This happens particularly at Dawlish when the sea funnels in under the railway bridge. See More... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/sea-foam-swamps-devon-seafront-4987878

Documents related to this Application are available here. You can comment on this application using this form. Reference: 21/00236/MAJ Address: Site Of Shell Cove House , 19 Old Teignmouth Road, Dawlish, Devon, EX7 0NJ Parish: Dawlish Ward: Dawlish South West Proposal: Removal of condition 6 on planning permission 16/00300/MAJ (Demolition of the ...

Documents related to this Application are available here. You can comment on this application using this form. Reference: 21/00131/FUL Address: Paella Delivered , Pride Fitness, Shutterton Bridge, Exeter Road, Dawlish, Devon, EX7 0LX, Parish: Dawlish Ward: Dawlish North East Proposal: Change of use from gymnasium (Use Class D2) to hot food ...

Interesting story.

East Teignbridge Community Transport (ETCT), based at Barton Hill Car Park in Dawlish, is well known as Dawlish Community Transport. The charity provides transportation to individuals, be it to medical appointments, wellbeing, or social activities and for affiliated groups, schools and care homes. Read more... ...

It was the night of February 8/9 that the 100 mile unbroken trail was left in the heavy snow This week marks the anniversary of one of Devon's greatest unexplained mysteries - when deep snow fell overnight on February 8 1855 and locals awoke to find an unbroken line of footprints stretching nearly 100 miles across the county. They were said to have covered an area of between 40 to 100 miles, ...

That's OK but I wonder how the people who live in houses built on the old ripped up track past Okehampton will feel about it having their homes demolished so that passengers don't have to suffer a bit of inconvenience a few time a year?

STAFF at Gatehouse Primary Academy, Dawlish, have thanked the community effort that has gone into home learning for its pupils. Read more... https://www.middevonadvertiser.co.uk/article.cfm?id=120173&headline=Adjusting%20to%20a%20new%20way%20of%20schooling&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2021

Campaigners call for Okehampton route reopening on Dawlish anniversary https://www.railnews.co.uk/news/2021/02/05-campaigners-call-for-okehampton-route.html