Just read Mrs Cs post again, and yes, it is nasty!
Well, at last, Diana Mond has shown her true colours, welcome, well no, not welcome, back Mrs C. Nasty is as nasty does!
But if you have kids aged 8 and under you are not going to leave them to visit the shops and definitely not to visit the eatste agents!! And it is unlikely you will drag them round the shops instead of allowing them to play in this amazing watered down play park! Why do these shop keepers think they are going to have masses of people surging through their shops because we get a watered down ...
So, it's going to be a squidgy little play park, nothing like the size of the Teignmouth and Paignton play parks, so why would people come to Dawlish to use a watered down version of the other play parks? Why can't we be creative and inventive and offer something different and better? Why do we feel the need to copy the other towns?
@vicks , all i can say is you were lucky. my husband was not so lucky, neither at torbay hospital nor barton surgery. and when i have shared my experience with friends in dawlish they all agree that services, particularly at torbay who failed their inspection last year, are horrendous!
Just about sums up the stupidity of the Council!
Why are job vacancies in part 11? They are not commercially sensitive are they? Why do any vacancies have to be discussed behind closed doors? This should not be a part 11 item.
What I think is that Dawlish Town Council and DCC have completely lost the plot when it comes to the cycle route! Apparently, there is a presentation at the full council meeting next Wednesday, October 4th, on the plans to take the route through the lawn area past the TIC, blinking bonkers!! Go along and have your say. The town is being ruined by these madcap ideas and this bonkers council!
Far from being a little puddle it is a huge horrible mess that renders the footpath impassable. If everyone took the view Lisa does then we wouldn't have any footpaths at all and the farmers would be delighted as many do NOT like walkers tramping through their fields along legitimate footpaths.
I raised this issue at the CAC meeting last week, asking the chair to get the issue sorted. I have walked that path three times over the last three weeks and have had to divert through the farmers field as the footpath is impassable. The framer has tried to secure the gate so that too is impassable but with not much success. DTC have an obligation to ensure all footpaths are passable.