advert on front of this week's Gazette says the following: Barton Surgery will be closed from 12.30pm on Thursday 22nd February for the installation of a new telephone system. The practice will re-open at 8.30am on Friday 23rd February . If you require medical assistance whilst the surgery is closed, please telephone the following numbers between these times: Thursday 22nd ...
Two railway station staff have been hailed as heroes after they saved the life of a holidaymaker who suffered a near fatal heart attack on board a train. Mike Evans had just boarded at train at Plymouth railway station to head back to Dawlish where he was staying with his ex-wife, Jackie after the couple had spent the a day exploring Plymouth. Read more... ...
Oaklands Park and Ratcliffe School will become one special school which could accommodate 190 children with 35 weekly residential places Read more.. https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/merger-agreed-two-special-schools-1204596
The bits I hear in the Devon news article are:- restrict dog walkers cctv to assist in the enforcement of penalties for disobeying rules control substantially cut the number of winter visitors, but at the same time make those who do make the effort pay through the nose for parking. Then to top it off build a million pound plus visitor center which goes against the whole point of ...
There is more about this subject in this week's Gazette (see page two). To be (increased) or not to be (increased), still seems to be the question.
So.......to get back to the original topic of this thread - the link road (although I accept that there is a Sainsbury's link (ouch!)). Anyway.......to get back to the original topic of this thread, I see from the report in the Gazette that no date has been given as to when this road will be built.
Sainsburys are restructuring and they are reducing the tiers of management. I understand dept manager will have to reapply for their jobs and team leaders roles will be changed.
Homebase are owned by an Australian company. Still sad news for their employees, but thankfully largely irrelevant to Dawlish.
Thank goodness for that. Somebody must have got them mixed up with Homebase who are closing about 40 stores around the country.