@Clive . And cannot tell that the sea is choppy. Good picture on Dawlish Beach Facebook page.
Investigating how the truck became overwhelmed...don't they know already that the answer is something to do with the moon and some clot who clearly cannot read a tide timetable :)
A 35-tonne truck has been abandoned after being swamped by the sea in Devon. Network Rail said no-one was injured and it was investigating how the truck became "overwhelmed by the incoming tide". It added the vehicle would be removed from the beach in the next few days and believed it had not been ruined. Read more... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-29241553
Never been against a replacement bandstand or a stage like structure, don't belong to any mob or entrenched against any change - just dont agree with diminishing public open spaces, for whatever reasons. Not sure I like your style JC - where is the love? END
Thanks Bernie. As polite as ever. And as full of bull as usual. x
Mrs C, off her rocker, again. The current bandstand will not be in place "for years to come", TDC will take charge and come up with a plan far more suited to the lawn than the monstrosity dreamt up by some town councillors.
A good ethos - except for the fact that you have a very large garden don't you? Anyway, it's a waste of time labouring the point with your mob as you're all so entrenched against any change. So, I hope that you enjoy the view of the present bandstand carbuncle for years to come - I'm sure our children and grandchildren will be grateful that you and your mob have left this as your legacy to them.
Pehaps I dont have a back yard and that is why I value public open spaces. Is that such a bad ethos?
Beelzebub - don't worry, it won't be in your backyard!
Perhaps someone should contact SUSTRANS and ask them? Click this link for contact details http://devonsustrans.wordpress.com/contacts/