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Bad idea, if drivers in Dawlish did not safely mount pavements then emergency services would never get through, especially in the summer with the holiday traffic.  Also I have seen many emergency vehicles parked on pavements, recently an ambulace was in attendance in High Street forcing all drivers on to the pavement to get around it.  This device would not know if it was an emergency vehicle or ...

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
9 Mar 2018

If there’s one thing people in Devon hate, it is inconsiderate motorists who drive and park on the pavements. Meet the Catclaw, a device that punctures car tyres when you drive over it. In Devon Harry Hallan-Donald, two,stumbled near his home at Upper Longlands and gashed his head (pictured above) on the rear step of a van parked-up on the pavement. read more... ...

A wide-reaching review of special education provision in Devon could see cuts to services at some schools, but recommends increasing provision around North Devon, Exeter, Tiverton and Newton Abbot. But the 2017-18 SEND Strategic Review and Development Plan that is due to be endorsed does say that discussions are ongoing with the Governing Body of Marland School to bring forward proposals to ...

See this - section 3 http://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/media/1328/statement-of-licensing-policy-2016-2021.pdf

DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
7 Mar 2018

Considering the pub round the back has closed down I would have thought they wouldn't have a problem getting it, but right on the sea front and busy main road... serving alcohol till late may be not a good idea for the peace and quiet.

Diana Mond
Diana Mond
7 Mar 2018

https://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/media/6550/baileys-advert.pdf

Lynne
Lynne
7 Mar 2018

See page 27 of today's Gazette. Application submitted for licence to sell alcohol from 10.00 - 23.30 Mon to Sun. Plus application for  provision of late night refreshments from 23.30 -00.00hrs Mon to Sun

Was that shop the one called ‘Moose’? Cracking shop it was.

The British politician is the master of procrastination when it does not effect them directly. You only have to walk along the beaches of Teignmouth and Dawlish to see how little, if any, maintenance is done to the ACTUAL sea wall. The first trains to run along this sea wall date back to around 1847. A 171 years of use and in that time this railway line has seen how much regular maintenance ...

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
6 Mar 2018

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has reassured West Country businesses and travellers that the Government IS on the case to make the Dawlish rail line secure for the future. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/chris-grayling-tells-devon-no-1303858

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