Are the town councillors aware, would they be bothered to do anything about it? Oh I forgot we have those powerful prohibition notices all over The Lawn to stop this type of behaviour. Even then if the police get involved they can just tell those involved to 'jog on' with no further action.
How can you tell if a homeless person is a druggie or a alchoholic or how can you tell if a person is homeless?
I also walked through The Lawn thismorning and saw some homeless people on the bandstand and saw a police and two PCSO's pass by them, they couldn't do anything because they weren't causing any trouble. Maybe it would help if the homeless had somewhere to go. Not all homeless people are druggies or alcoholics some have been through a time in their life that most of us have been lucky enough not ...
It's so easy to judge people you know nothing about so I will just say this... But for the grace of God go I
Now that the summer season is over it's good to see that the bandstand is finally being used. Albeit that some have made the bandstand home. For most of the day their belongings are there some of which hangs on a nail, it's always good to have somewhere to hang your coat after a hard day. If they are truly homeless where do they go during the day, some go to church and it's not to pray. It's for ...
The main railway line through Devon is closed for repair after being damaged by storm Callum. This sinkhole in the line at Teignmouth is causing issues between Exeter and Newton Abbot with engineers having to wait until high tide before they can start repairs. Read more... https://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/update/2018-10-14/hole-under-railway-disrupts-exeter-to-plymouth-line/
Police are looking for a missing Devon man who has not been seen by friends and family for almost two weeks. Craig Ford disappeared in Dawlish on Tuesday, October 2. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/missing-craig-ford-dawlish-2105651
GWR didn't run when the line collapsed into the sea!
GWR trains run fine during stormy weather, it's just the useless Cross Country rolling stock that can't cope with the waves. Whoever made the decision to commission trains that aren't fit for purpose is to blame.