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Fluffy chips and crispy batter - what more can you ask for after a day at Dawlish Warren? Faith Strickland visited this chippy just a five minute walk from the beach and claimed it to be a ‘bargain’. See more... https://www.devonlive.com/whats-on/food-drink/best-fish-chips-south-west-5728462?IYA-mail=3cd32923-9c2f-4a70-850a-b4d478a22ca8

Families and holidaymakers are discovering there's no better way to visit activities and attractions in the county than by open-top bus. To get you in the mood for some open-top fun, we’ve detailed where the four buses go and highlighted some fun things to do along the routes. And don't forget to give us a wave as you go past! Read more... ...

A drunken tourist who abused a six-year-old girl while staying in Dawlish has been sent on a sex offenders’ course. Daniel Beech had spent the night drinking with the girl’s father and had gone back to his home after closing time. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/dawlish-tourist-who-abused-girl-5785665

Goog luck to all involved in a full packed week of events. Lets hope all the cars trying to find somewhere to park will stay, i came through Barton car park and cars were coming in and waiting for a space and just giving up .

Kazbern Premier
14 Aug 2021

As many of you have seen we have rebranded our 2 Dawlish stores into Kazbern Premier. After nearly 20 years as Geralds in Dawlish Warren we have sold that business to new owners. We will now concentrate all our efforts on Kazbern Premier Stores & promise to continue with great deals & service. We would like to thank all our Geralds customers over the years from the bottom of our ...

Are you currently on the waiting list for knee or hip surgery? We understand that this must be a difficult, frustrating and challenging time for you. Evidence shows that those who are in a good state,both physically and mentally, are much more likely to have better outcomes post-surgery. Following surgery, you will leave hospital sooner, recover faster and regain normal activity more ...

I shall be giving a light-hearted talk: “Dawlish in the 19th Century and How Brunel Changed the Town” on Thursday 19th August in the Carnival Marquee on the Lawn from 2.00-3.00pm. All welcome. Free entry. My books on Dawlish will be available at a Special Price! Please come!

Fred Holman topped the podium for Great Britain during the first Games hosted in the country - but his life took a sad demise after his success Fred Holman was born in Dawlish in 1883, the son of a baker and one of 10 children. Known affectionately to the swimming community as "our Freddie", he showed an exceptional talent for swimming as a child, winning contests from the age of 11. Read ...

The stretch of the A379 through the village is known for pinch-points, especially a narrow section between the pillars and a convenience store, where traffic queues. Councillors were told the works, estimated to cost £70,000 and funded from the local transport plan, would reduce traffic queuing along the narrow sections of the road and encourage sustainable travel. Read more... ...

After a year of uncertainty, the town will be filled with fun, games and decorations from August 14 to 20. Most of the activities will be held outdoors, while others will be welcomed to a bigger marquee and limited ticket sales to make sure social distancing stays possible Read more... ...