See page 27 of today's Gazette.
Application submitted for licence to sell alcohol from 10.00 - 23.30 Mon to Sun.
Plus application for provision of late night refreshments from 23.30 -00.00hrs Mon to Sun
Considering the pub round the back has closed down I would have thought they wouldn't have a problem getting it, but right on the sea front and busy main road... serving alcohol till late may be not a good idea for the peace and quiet.
See this - section 3
Oh gosh, please no, please be refused.
Anyone know if this application has been granted?
It looks open from where i am sitting.
Is this topic about Seabreeze formerly known as Baileys. Will the licening authority be looking at an application from Baileys or should they be looking at an application from the newly named Seabreeze.
Now if the applicant was named as the owner then we could be seeing something new.
For instaance, the Railway Inn behind this establishment has just reopened, is the licence in the name of the pub or the name of the propriertor?
Yes Lynne, I saw it was Mike and Marilyn Bailey, but is it known as Bailey's or should it be known as Seabreeze? If someone was looking for Bailey's where would they find it? Perhaps a few more signs saying Bailey's is now called Seabreeze could be dotted around Dawlish.
I am a bit confused as to why they are applying for a licence as they have been serving beer and wine for years. Was the licence just restricted to the chippy cafe and the one next door and the new application is for the new establishment, formerly Beach Cafe?
Baileys/Seabreeze is listed as being at 17-20 Piermont Place. This application is for 15C-20.
It’s therefore safe to assume that this application includes what was known as the Beach Cafe (the small unit immediately to the right of Willo’s, as you look from the road, being 15C and the main Beach Cafe being 16).
I saw drinking going on outside of Seabreeze the other night. Does this mean the licence WAS granted?