I wonder what businesses will do. Do places like Harrisons go to the bank to cash up or doesn't it work like that anymore?
All the more reason for there to be something else in the town centre that will attract visitors to it. And I totally agree that a playpark on the lawn will not be the answer. Dawlish town centre now needs a unique selling point more than ever. Look to what Flo has suggested on another thread. I wonder what will replace the bank in that building? Perhaps it could become that drop in ...
Another nail in the coffin for Dawlish? Still, with the Cycle Path and the new(?) playpark on the lawn, Dawlish will be packed with visitors coming from hundreds of miles around.
So much for the pledge never to close the last bank in town. The concept of service to the public is totally alien to banks now. Even service to other businesses has gone down the toilet. All they think about is ways to save money and pay vast bonuses to themselves.
Police are concerned for the welfare for two Devon teenagers, who have been missing since Monday. Ellie Turpin, 16, from Newton Abbot, was last seen at around 5pm in the Heathfield area. And 17-year-old James Jordan was reported to police as missing from Starcross. He was last seen at around 4pm yesterday at Dawlish train station where he was going to Ivybridge. The two are not connected ...
Just imagine how this country's balance of payments might benefit if we could just but export all this excess rainwater of ours to more arid climes.
Due to close 9 October 2018. See - https://www.lloydsbank.com/assets/media/pdfs/contact-us/Lloyds-Dawlish-Branch-Part-1.pdf
Ahhh. The good old summertime.
The EA says people are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. Flooding is possible for exposed east-facing coastal locations including Hallsands, Beesands, Torcross, Slapton, Blackpool Sands, Brixham, Broadsands, Goodrington, Paignton, Hollicombe, Torquay, Oddicombe, Teignmouth Promenade and Dawlish. Read more... ...
Not as far as I'm aware Lynne. I think he may have been ill recently.