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General Discussion

The free booklet has been produced by the Devon and Cornwall Rail Partnership and brings together ideas for great days out in Exeter, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot and along the English Riviera. Walks from stations are also featured including the Exe Estuary Trail and Agatha Christie Mile in Torquay. The booklet also promotes South Devon events along the Riviera Line in 2015 including the ...

On the beach today
27 May 2015

Just spotted this beauty on the main beach today. More pics... http://www.dawlish.com/photo?albumid=1270

DOG walkers, bird watchers, amateur photographers and beach users of the South West are being encouraged to help secure the long-term future of the historic Dawlish railway. Read more... http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/stories-help-secure-future-Dawlish-railway-line/story-26575837-detail/story.html

Domestic Violence
16 May 2015

The two female swans still incarcerated in the pen. While......... ...... The two male swans are just chilling out by the stream.

Sea Wall
16 May 2015

Now about the sea wall! Just been talking to another security guard after i heard him mention next summer to someone and told him what i had been told yesterday and the latest is They have the casing for the steps but can't find anyone to make them. Not sure if this is a joke.

There is much to be done to finish what we have started in the south west which, with my fellow MPs, we have truly put on the map. Read more... http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/let-s-make-Teign-better/story-26486447-detail/story.html

Sea Wall
15 May 2015

I have just been told by one of the workman the sea wall is finished. They now have two sets of steps to put in place one each end to enable access to the beach. He said the wall will be open for the summer.

http://www.thepoke.co.uk/2015/05/12/50-shades-tory-new-favourite-twitter-account/

Coryton Cove
7 May 2015

https://www.facebook.com/rockpoolcafedawlish?fref=ts new catering wagon in place

You can buy one of these for just £675,000 !

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