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Yes, agree totally. 1930s houses everytime if you want a garden big enough for the kids (grandkids) to play in and have room for a veggie patch/ornamental plants and flowers. So, although lots of new houses are being built many of the between the wars houses have a certain something the new houses don't - a decent sized, enclosed, safe for kids and dogs to play in, garden. Would be great if the ...

A first cousin of mine had no idea she was pregnant for months. She still had periods etc. Don't ask how or why that's all that I know (in fact I had forgotten all about it until the comments above). Like me, she has a tendency to run to fat with the greatest of ease so........periods still arriving, weight being put on...........why should she think she was pregnant?

For what it is worth I have just e-mailed this to our MP. "I understand that Network Rail has now submitted its report to the Department for Transport concerning the viability or otherwise of alternative/additional rail routes running from Exeter into the further south west. Please can you tell me when the contents of this report will be made public".

@Clive - i queried the report's absence on the last day of june. got told that a report will be going to the dept of transport the end of this week. that's all i know. (except that i had been told some weeks back, via grapevine, that nr were only going through the 'let's look at the alternative/additional options' scenario in order to keep lots of south west mps happy. financially these other ...

Yes Roberta I agree with what you say. I was just trying to find a compromise situation (engineering approval allowing) between public access/privacy/and storm resilience. But if no compromise is possible then I think all would agree that storm resilience is number one priority. I think most would then see it closely followed by the need for public access for all along the walkway. Perhaps NR ...

18 Jun 2014

Actually RV I had also been thinking about wheel chair users etc and had thought to myself that should NR/the engineers agree that the Sea Lawn Terrace/Riviera Terrace part of the walkway could be a bit lower than the rest of it then the lower bit needs to be accessed via a slope. Definitely not steps.

17 Jun 2014

okay try this step by step approach. 1. Do a search on www.marinemanagement.org.uk/publicregister 2. Click on Marine Case Management System 3.Click on South Western 4.Scroll down until you find case ref: MLA/2014/00220 (it is about three-quarters of the way down the page). 5. Go to right hand side and click on View Application 6. Just scroll down a little bit and Bingo! (or ...

17 Jun 2014

I've just tried that link I posted on here a couple of days ago. Not working now for some reason. Not easy to find on the info on the Marine Management website. Here it is again. https://marinelicensing.marinemanagement.org.uk/mmo/fox?thread_id=e2kfdx6_dtoEjVpal&app_mnem=live&xfsessionid=sid_e2kfbEL_dtoEjVpal (and I've just clicked on it and it takes me straight to the info concerning ...

14 Jun 2014

Surely the primary purpose of the repairs is to protect the rail line. Now, I'm not an engineer but........surely it follows that if the rail line is given greater protection than so will the properties located behind it. And whilst I appreciate there is a potential invasion of privacy issue I would have thought that protection from the sea would be the issue of primary importance by all those ...

14 Jun 2014

There is a quarter page ad in this week's Dawlish Post (see bottom page 74) concerning the proposed works. I've followed the links on the website shown in the ad and this link should take you straight to what is being proposed. https://marinelicensing.marinemanagement.org.uk/mmo/fox?thread_id=e2bIyMh_dtoEjVpal&app_mnem=live&xfsessionid=sid_e2bIyj2_dtoEjVpal

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