Both TDC and DCC have been, and are, involved with the Heart of the South West's Brexit Resilience and Opportunities Group which is undertaking research into some of the potential issues and impacts of Brexit. I am told that this work is being undertaken in partnership with the Local Enterprise Partnership and other local councils across Devon, Somerset, Plymouth and Torbay. Here's a link for ...
Each to their own. For me, I find it a lovely place to go for a walk, with or without a dog. It is also lovely to see so many other people enjoying it. Yes there is the occasional bit of dog poo that has been missed or ignored, but in my experience the vast majority of dog owners pick up after their pets. This goes for Sandy Lane as well. I used to live in a city until a couple of years ago and ...
Following that announcement, TDC have confirmed that they are to triple the size of the car park...
If I want to go out and get some fresh air the last place I would visit is a farmer's field full of dog walkers and the attendant excreta.
@ burnside Has the #2 bus stopped going past it then?
I wonder if all those ex pat (British immigrant) retirees in the EU will have a sense of humour if their UK pensions cannot be paid into their EU bank accounts?
As usual, like most of your kind, you have a sense of humour failure.
Rationing ended in the 50s, we joined the EEC in 1973. As usual you are not making any sense.
Our world has got way bigger since the days of the ration book. The people that the likes of you are appealing to really don’t understand the real implications of a no deal Brexit.
That did make me laugh Mrs C!