Can you help? Police renew appeal for missing Dawlish man who may be in Exeter 52-year-old Gary Knight went missing from the Haldon Terrace area of Dawlish at around 11.30am on Sunday 12th April. Police believe he may be in the Exeter area, and there is an increasing level of concern for his welfare. Read more... ...
It has been calling and flying around the Oak Hill area.
Anything happen? No. I know the EA have to put their umbrella up and warn people that something 'might' happen. The problem is that insurance companies are grabbing this and charging exorbitant rates for flood insurance in areas that, up to now, have never flooded. The way of today's world I suppose!
The agency has issued a flood alert during the morning and evening high tides, for east facing coastal locations including Torbay, Dawlish, Slapton, Torcross and Beesands. Read more... http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/South-Devon-flood-alert-weekend/story-26349511-detail/story.html
POLICE are appealing for the public’s help to find a man who has gone missing from Dawlish. Gary Knight, aged 52, has not been seen since leaving the Haldon Terrace area of Dawlish at around 11.30am yesterday (Sunday 12th April). Police are currently conducting a search in the town. He is believed to be wearing jeans and a t-shirt or light jumper and normally carries a black rucksack. ...
Don't worry about it being dry at the minute,i'm coming down to dawlish on saturday for two weeks.........so it will rain for two weeks non stop!
Gorse fire this afternoon top of Luscombe Hill, attended by Dawlish fire station with Teignmouth fire station Newton Abbot and Totnes. Please take care if you are walking on Haldon as it is very dry at the moment.
It has today closed again due to the same norovirus bug.Both restaurant and hotel have closed.
Prime Minister David Cameron is visiting Plymouth and Dawlish today as part of the Conservative's campaign trail. Read more... http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/update/2015-04-10/david-cameron-makes-first-visit-to-devon-since-the-start-of-the-election-campaign/
THE MAIN road into Dawlish from Starcross is currently blocked after a two car collision this morning which has left five elderly people injured. Police and ambulance were called 10.46am after a report of an incident involving two cars on A379 Exeter Road, near Shutterton Lane. A police spokesman said: "At the moment the road is blocked. The incident involved a Ford Focus and a Renault ...