I saw drinking going on outside of Seabreeze the other night. Does this mean the licence WAS granted?
Teignmouth hospital could close as part of a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity to create a new health centre in the town. Routine physio services and out-patient appointments would move to the new building, with more specialist needs being met in Dawlish or Newton Abbot Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/teignmouth-hospital-could-close-amid-1484190
North Devon has the rugged ones, East Devon the genteel, but if you want the perfect holiday beach with everything, South Devon is where you want to be. Atlantic breakers don't break on our rocks, but we can do you piers and crazy golf, fine dining and secluded coves, and officially the best sandcastle sand in the land. Outside Torbay the variety is even greater. From the peace and wildlife at ...
At Exeter Crown Court on Friday 6th April 2018, Chad Taylor, also known as Shipton, pleaded guilty to possessing an imitation firearm in a public place in Dawlish Town Centre 8th October 2016. Taylor was sentenced to 4 months imprisonment. Though this was a broken BB gun, it was of realistic appearance and its possession in a public place was enough to constitute a criminal offence. ...
@majorp ? why has nothing taken the place of the clothes shop in the brunswick? looks like a nice little shop there to me!
Debenhams profits slump by a hefty 84%
Taking a broader outlook on what might happen-I don,t know, But it doesn't look very good. I have been told that many cafe's are closing in Exeter, could the same soon be happening in places like Dawlish. What attracts people to Exeter now? Add the price of a parking ticket to your shopping and it becomes quite an expensive place to shop. Places like Primark are doing well but the likes of ...
Long live the internet lol
So might all this online banking and shopping be aiding and abetting the demise of town centres? More than likely I think. And if that is the way of things now (which it seems it is) then I think it is pretty obvious why town centres aren't as vibrant as they used to be. (online shopping along with out of town supermarkets and shopping areas that provide free parking).
I forgot to say," I do all my banking on line as do many others" Less customers on foot is the reason for many closures for all busineses. The billionaires of this world started it and it will continue. If there was no internet, we would not be talking to each other on this site.