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General Discussion

There is indeed an application in, but they also want to add a Cafe to it! Why! Does Dawlish not have enough Cafes, we could be a Charity Shop there aswell.

Maybe Mr Dale has, but outside his home, and with private vehicles, highly unlikely on that one. It's dangerous, you can not see what or who is behind it.

what makes everyone think that a playpark will boost the trade in the town, as @Margaret Swift quite rightfully as said, your not going to leave the children unattened and go for your weekly shop now are you! it makes no sense that shop keepers feel that a playpark will increase thier income. what about the sheer amount of anti-social behaviour that goes with playparks, drunks at night, the ...

Sorry if I'm wrong, but Mr Dale and other contractors are always parked on the pavements along Exeter Road, it's completely unacceptable.

Black swan
4 Oct 2017

Very suspicious and nothing can or will be done about it either, that's the sad thing.

Is the Town Centre manager a need post any more? Has it outlived it's stay. Tracey has done much for the town, but between the traders, the organisers and the Town Council, do we really need this post anymore?

It is quite clear from the response here, that it is very much undedcided and split between what should happen. So take it to a public poll I say, if Dawlish want's it they will turn up, if they don't they won't.

Well let's hope the rent is paid and that no more trees are felled in that area.

There were indeed many plans for Dawlish during the years, a new bandstand - in 2000 and again a few years ago. Sculptors along the sea front, pontoons, a resturant along the breakwater, landscaped gardens at the manor, a land train, dredging of the whole brook.....along many more.....but the council has lost all those willing to push new ideas, because those who werent called the shots, and had ...

@Diana Mond - it's not just the case of being a bandstand for bands. do you not feel that by taking away a large chunk of what is a concreate eyesore and replacing it with something in the form that newton abbot has would do justice in both the look and character of this seaside victorian town? we forget that the lawn boosts the home of many events throughout the year, and the bandstand is often ...

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