As I said in another post. I have waited up to half an hour or more trying to get through to 101 to advise police of certain situations. I think many that have given the police info in the past are sick and tired of paying to call 101 and rarely getting through.
POLICE are appealing for information after reports of thefts from cars in Dawlish . The incidents have occurred in the early hours of the morning where valuables have been left on display and cars left unlocked In the latest incident police say a man was seen acting suspiciously around garages in the Leyfield Walk area of the town at around 7.30am. A police spokesman added: "He was ...
The festival received a great response, with over 350 walkers joining in over 10 days. Read more.. http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/Dawlish-celebrates-success-walking-festival/story-29193337-detail/story.html#ixzz47PhCZSUO
One of the many joys of living in the South West is undoubtedly the coastline. There are lots of beaches to visit and enjoy whatever the weather. Exmouth offers wide swathes of soft sand to enjoy or you can go for a walk along the cliffs and enjoy the scenery. Budleigh Salterton offers a pebbly beach and safe waters, or enjoy a stroll along the estuary as it’s a breeding site for migratory birds ...
Why so complicated when the Police managed concerts it wasnt that complicated the whole area was coned any vehicles that parked in coned areas were towed and officers directed traffic.
Well you never know, this might be a crafty plan to make sure the whole area is awash with traffic wardens (or whatever they are called these days) who will ticket as many wrongly parked vehicles as they can, which will end up making the council a HUGE profit on their investment of £100,000 So then will the profit be seen as a good thing or a bad thing!?
And how much is all this costing on top of the £100,000 already contributed from our taxes?
It's the same old BS that was spouted when many of the long term mental institutions were disbanded with the trumpets of change spouting 'care in the community'. Many patients were thrown out on the street and put in BnB's by the social services and what happened to those sites that were closed down! What it actually means is 1) freeing assets to sell off to developers, 2) pushing patients ...
If the proposals go ahead 63 beds will be lost and the number of minor injury units will be reduced from seven to three - leaving just Newton Abbot, Totnes and Dawlish. Read more.. http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/2016-04-28/worries-as-health-leaders-discuss-closing-four-of-devons-community-hospitals/
The South Devon Highway, the Dawlish Lower Sea Wall and Dartmoor infrastructure project Granite and Gears have all been nominated for the Institution of Civil Engineers South West's annual awards. Read more... http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/South-Devon-construction-projects-major-award/story-29193684-detail/story.html