In due course, oh ok thank you, that means I'll be needing to sit in one of them darn hold ups of yours to be getting into Dawlish to pick me one of them ere maps oh well look on the bright side on the way back I'll be siting in your other hold up :-)
Last years maps were available in most shops and cafés in town. It was definitely also available in the TIC and a copy was on display in the wall mounted frame outside of it. I'm sure the same will also apply this year, in due course.
I can't find how to get one tourist information = no Westward Marketing = No eignmouth & Dawlish omunityinterest company site = No
New town centre maps which highlight Teignmouth and Dawlish’s range of shops and businesses are now available. The guides have been produced by Teignmouth and Dawlish Community Interest Company and are aimed at supporting traders in both resorts and encouraging more people to the towns. The 2014 map shows new businesses that have opened in the towns. Between Teignmouth and Dawlish more than ...
@flo - no probs. whether axe robberies or the boys, it is increasingly hard to be surprised albeit nevertheless shocking particularly when in a holiday context. transparency, daylight, sensitive advice to young children and publicity on forums/newspapers are all vital tools in prevention. i remember being told as a boy never to get in a stranger's car, but not why or even that non-strangers are ...
@Clive - perhaps if people hadn't steered away from the negative, these rapes wouldn't have happened. i'm very angry about this case for various reasons and can't abide it when things are swept under the carpet. apologies if the news upset you but the content was alluded to in the title.
Was linking to the boy attack thread. i.e. 2xholiday parks. i.e. the natural instinct is to steer away from anything negative to do with security howsoever the detail, particularly if paying customers.
Clive, it was the holiday park business that was robbed, not holidaymakers.
Yes, never a bad thing to learn about these things to be safer. It happens anywhere (e.g. Madeline McCann) I guess it just seems more poignant when then victims are on holiday, maybe having naturally dropped their guard.
A man has been warned he faces a certain jail sentence after being convicted of sexual assaults on two boys at the seaside caravan park where he lived. Bradley Daines-Degroot sobbed as the jury at Exeter Crown Court convicted him of male rape against the boys who were attacked while staying at the Oakcliff Park in Dawlish. The two victims were brothers who were aged between seven and 12 at ...