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*Update* Supplies in this area may be disrupted as we are currently doing urgent repairs. We expect the disruption will last for around 5-6hours and the water will be back on by 12:00am 04/08/15 We would like to thank you for your patience and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

ZIGGY
ZIGGY
3 hours ago

Thanks flo that explains why there's just a trickle of water coming from the taps.

flo
flo
3 hours ago

South West Water are currently working to repair this. For more info - http://waterlivewidget.southwestwater.co.uk/Info/71771

The Environment Agency's flood alert covers Beesands, Torcross, Slapton, Torbay and Dawlish. High tide is due at 7.15pm this evening. Read more... http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/South-Devon-flood-alert-spring-tide/story-27530595-detail/story.html

Congratulations indeed. Well done to all involved in this.

South Sands, at Salcombe, in Devon was included in the top 20 of pristine beaches along with Westward Ho! and Dawlish Warren. “The sand spit at Dawlish Warren is also home to a renowned nature reserve and an 18-hole golf course which command impressive views of Devon and the English Channel,” it added. Read more... ...

Congratulations to all who took part.

flo
flo
5 days ago

On Saturday 11th  July in Plymouth the season culminated for TSW Dawlish Juniors Octopush at the National Championships.  The Dawlish youngsters were defending national titles, having held at least one age group championship every year since 2006.  Every team in Britain strives to beat the all-conquering TSW Dawlish, and the opposition is drawing closer; a tumultuous day’s competition unfolded.  ...

Don't forget about the large stones that get thrown around in waves that could hit anyone or anything in its way.  I remember seeing one of those photos in that shop in Park Road, Dawlish Blue I think it was called, that showed a large wave breaking over the station. The size of the rocks being thrown up in it were huge!!

HuwMatthews2
HuwMatthews2
5 days ago

@leatash I've tried myself but people (esp. holidaymakers) don't get it because they've never seen what the sea can do. Infact a 2m x 2m x 2m wave will weigh about 8 tonnes - and no one will stay standing if hit by that!

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