Just seen three woman in Dawlish (believed they just alighted a train) two wearing full length burka and one wearing just the top part. The slits were too narrow to post a letter though. I am saying woman, but I don't really know whether it was male or female underneath those black garments. One thing I can be certain of is, they won't be getting a suntan down here.
The first of the new Intercity Express Trains specifically built for Devon and Cornwall services is expected into service in the near future and a select group is being givemn a sneak preview on Friday morning. The Intercity Express Train harnesses Hitachi’s pioneering bullet train technology, designed to withstand the region's variable weather conditions - including routes along the Dawlish ...
House prices 'to fall 30%' by SEAN POULTER, Daily Mail House prices could fall by as much as 30 per cent over the next four years, it is predicted today. The fall out from that could be dire for a lot of people.
@leatash enjoy your travels. I'm sure you're not doing this but so many times people throw statements around and when asked for the evidence to back the claim they change the subject or disappear. I have no problem being proven wrong in my opinion, I will change it but I need evidence. Sorry old-fashioned of me.
Here are some notes I made when I attended one of the public consultations about the future of the lawn: Cllr Wrigley made a point of saying that what is out for public consultation are suggestions only. What is being proposed is not a done deal. The cycle path will happen though and it will go across the lawn. The question is where? and how? across the lawn. The cyclepath is ...
Conservationists have issued a request to the public to avoid marked-out areas at the Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve all-year round, and at the Exmouth Local Nature Reserve, between September 15 and December 31. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/dog-walking-bans-help-protect-1896376
I have asked both on this forum and in the local press for reasons why there should be a playpark on the lawn. I asked this because whilst I am genuinely open to persuasion I have yet to hear an argument that will convince me. There was no response on this forum and no response in the letters page of the Gazette to my question. At the moment the only arguments that I have heard for a playpark ...
Well sorry folks would love to carry on this conversation but yet again i am of on my travels back in a few weeks.
@S we must have been typing at the same time!