Agree with Calamari, nice pics and Kestrels indeed.
And now, according to today's i newspaper, the same people are complaining that they have to look at the gorilla's backside.
I agree it looks unsightly atm, but this kind of pollarding is necessary to extend the tree's life. It will grow again !
Well, we are continually being told that £xxx is earmarked to bring this everywhere, especially rural areas. What about parts of Dawlish that haven't got it yet ? e.g. where I live (the West Cliff area) ? How many other parts of Dawlish are still struggling with copper cable ?
Bad news indeed.
Well, a Cross-Country train came through fine yesterday just before 11. And the sea didn't look particularly rough.
Sorry Lynne, your 'funny' was too subtle for me. Forget I spoke.
My late wife was an artist, and she eventually abandoned the Dawlish arts groups/societies etc for the Teignmouth Art Society because it was a much more thriving and active group. There's also three or four galleries etc , overall a much more arts-friendly town than we are. However it's interesting to note that, when the Carlton revamp was proposed, there was a lot of opposition to it in the ...
Thank you, majorp. I can't see that it says anywhere just why this is suddenly such a matter of concern that it needs a fullscale CSC enquiry. Does anyone know ?
Fascinating, the ideas some people seem to have about how to carry out a 'consultation'. I've got it, Humphrey, let's go and ask some people who are already in the main streets of Dawlish whether a new 'play park' would encourage them to visit Dawlish ! Yes, Prime Minister !