@Dorian . I am not 100% sure, but when the general public's safety is at stake, does it matter where these incidents happen?
@Dorian That's all very well but how many time have we heard the phrase "We have learned some lessons from this", with regards to issues in these sort of establishments, when someone has escaped and have killed someone who is just going about their daily business. How many times has that phrase been heard on the news? Far too many.
@ Fred. re, Human Rights Quite right Fred. It's a shame that the PC brigade and do gooders of this country don't give a thought about the human rights of their victims.
Let's see. If the area was devastated again next year, like it was this year, I wonder who they will complain to, saying the defences were not adequate?
Hijack posts? Lets see now, who started going on about party in the park in this Saturday Street Party Thread? Not me. End Of.
@Mcjrpc I'm sure that all the people who volunteer their time and their services freely for this event, will be so pleased to read your sarcastic remark regarding the stage. Have you done anything to assist the day and help out to make the day better for everyone?
@Mcjrpc . Not only was it in the Events, but the following was posted by Michael Clayson on Wednesday in the Bandstand Forum post. It was also advertised in the Town Crier. http://www.dawlish.gov.uk/edit/uploads/1275.pdf michaelclayson 21 May 2014 10:27 We have a busy weekend coming up on the Lawn, with events appealing (hopefully and weather permitting) to all ages ...
Agreed Clive. What a fantastic sight it will be. Fingers crossed for nice weather.
@Clive . Yes, making them rebuild (and pay) would be a very good punishment for the scum, but what will happen if that did go ahead? Their 'Human Rights' will be violated because they have been subjected to public humiliation. Sorry, but the PC/human rights brigade have ruined this country.
Oh dear. Mrs C will object to this thread as it is very negative for Dawlish, as in her eyes, only nice things happen here.