Personally I blame the bloody Romans coming over here and building roads and aqua ducts, introducing laws and currency when we were quite happy running about the forests and drinking water from puddels.
Where are the senors that monitor air quality in Dawlish? Where is the data from those senors? I have noted that a lot of school children (Who are most at risk) regularly travel through the marked area.
Is there any air quality data available for the centre of Dawlish i cant find any, and who is responsible for monotoring our air quality i presume its the Local Authority.
I do what I can to protect my health which I know is failing. And if I could improve my health (which I can't, it is progressive) then I would. Moving to Exmoor would certainly be my main aim if it would help, but I know it wouldn't so there is no point in me doing it. Regarding what UPWITHIT has said, I would start packing and looking for somewhere to live on Exmoor, I wouldn't give it a ...
My parter has Asthma and We have a Weekend home on Exmore and don't have to use her inhaler with the clean air, and as soon as we come back to Dawlish Exeter Road she has to use the inhaler a lot.
https://www.thegrocer.co.uk/buying-and-supplying/categories/fresh/fruit-and-veg/three-quarters-of-fruit-and-veg-eaten-in-uk-is-imported/548771.article The article shows how much we produce, how much we export. If some of you would like to cogitate and digest what is written and who said what. Go ahead.
"Brexitards" have a problem with the referendum result being ignored and Brexit not being delivered. My choice of words for Remainers would be unprintable here.
Apples can be 12 months old,Fish can be 2 years old, Bread can be 12 months old, Potatoes 12 months old, Bananas 1/2 months old, Salad, Fruit,Veg, can be 3/6 weeks old, Milk 3 weeks old do i need to go on food is no longer fresh it's treated in some cases with chlorine wash like salad and then bagged all the oxygen removed and gases added to keep it looking fresh.
I used to read the Victor when I was a kid. Happy days indeed.