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Maggie Farley

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Wall open from Teignmouth to Sprey Point

Dawlish Town Council agreed at a special meeting of its Finance Committee to fund further works up to a maximum of £19,200. These will include improvements to the other weirs on the Brook not included in the Teignbridge plan. It will also ensure that improvements are made to the nesting islands and egress slopes for the iconic Black Swans. Read more at ...

The nine-week project, which was finished ahead of schedule, saw large sections of the hospital’s roof replaced after suffering years of leaking. Phase two saw the hospital’s 18-bed inpatient ward temporarily relocated to Teign Ward at Newton Abbot Community Hospital. The inpatient ward at Dawlish reopened on August 7, four days ahead of schedule. Read more.. ...

I expect the screen will be more houses! They seem to have destroyed most of the tree line that was in place on the borders when they first started destruction, I mean construction!

Judith Chalmers
Judith Chalmers
2 days ago

That link is nearly two years old. What's the relevance of posting it today please. Thanks.

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
2 days ago

Last updated 17th August. See more... http://www.cpredevon.org.uk/issue/gatehouse-farm-secmaton-lane-dawlish-860-dwellings-screening-opinion/

Dawlish Airshow souvenir programmes are on sale now from the Dawlish Gazette, Marine Garage, Dawlish News, Tourist information center and Presents or you can download the online version later on today from www.dawlishairshow.co.uk

Two Second World War Lancaster bombers have flown together in the skies over Britain for the first time in 50 years - and are on their way to Devon. Canadian Lancaster Vera flew into RAF Coningsby ahead of appearing at the Dawlish Air Show on August 23 with Thumper, the aircraft owned by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. The pair are the only two Lancaster Bombers that are still ...

Really can't wait for that stretch to open!  Obviously the seawall from Dawlish to the Warren is at the forefront of most local minds, but at least next weeks reopening represents a further opportunity to enjoy the seawall walk.

1 week ago

THE reopening of the walkway between Teignmouth and Smugglers Lane in Dawlish has been delayed until next week, after stormy weather damaged the temporary works used to construct Sprey Point ramp. Network Rail had originally planned to reopen the walkway this week. Tom Kirkham, project manager at Network Rail, said: “This delay is very frustrating for all of us, not least local residents who ...

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