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The youth repeatedly breached a civil injunction after attacking innocent people and using threatening and abusive behaviour on a regular basis A spokesperson for Teignmouth and Dawlish Police, said: "Further to our original post regarding the granting of civil injunctions, we can now report that following several breaches by one individual in the group (including two in 24hrs), he has now ...

Plans had been made to bring all pupils back for two days next week Orchard Manor School, a residential school in Dawlish that caters for 183 students aged three to 19 years old with communication and interaction difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions and learning needs, has written to parents to inform them a member of the school community has tested positive for Covid-19. Read more... ...

A total of 16 vaccination centres are now up and running across Devon. This includes the Riviera Centre and Dawlish Community Hospital in Torquay. They are now serving multiple patients from over 100 GP practices. Read more... ...

The beautiful bird is now in the hands of the vet Police officers in Teignmouth and Dawlish have proved they are about more than just cuffing offenders by coming to the aid of a stricken bird. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/police-owl-rescued-teignmouth-dawlish-4850853

@Daverc Hopefully things will get better

From new train stations, to huge housing plans and to new leisure centres Major improvements to an historic Brunel railway station have begun to be made after councillors backed the second phase of the £80m scheme to protect the railway line at Dawlish. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/23-biggest-planning-decisions-made-4818699

Jamie Wisbey, aged 54, and 38-year-old Fay Miles were arrested after yacht ran aground with eight passengers on board Eight adult passengers, believed to be Albanians, were taken into police custody. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/devon-pair-accused-people-smuggling-4841900

A violent organised crime gang who spread fear and misery in Dawlish and Teignmouth have been jailed for a combined total of 105 years. Its leader James Lee Brooks - known as ‘Geordie Lee’ – boasted he was the ‘King of Dawlish’ and said of his band of criminals, ‘We run this town’ and, ‘Cash is king’. Read more... ...

Happy Christmas to the webmaster and all our Dawlish.com friends lets hope the year 2021 will bring much peace and happiness to everyone x

Public Health England has said the risk to the public from the virus is “very low”, and food standards agencies have said it does not affect the consumption of poultry products More than 8,000 birds on a breeding centre near the village of Attleborough were culled in a bid to stop the spread of the disease, which has become a serious threat to the country's poultry industry. Read more... ...