What is with the scaffolding? Makes no sense at all.
Nice strong base for the scaffolding, wood planks on sand uhm!. Wonder if they can be used to support scaffolding on water as well. Not a lot of beaches in Swindon I suppose.
The town clerk is an employee of the council. She was not elected into post she was appointed. That the town clerk is commenting on all of this is not of concern to me, indeed it could well be argued that it is part of her job. However , it is what she is reported to have said that is infuriating me (the 77% nonsense).
@Lynne - would you expect any less from them. they seem to mis the point that they were elected by the people to serve the people not serve themselves.
@"Diana Mond" - Why the totally unnecessary technology jibe? You can change your alias as often as you like, but we all know who you are.
OMG!!!!!!! Even the town clerk is now using this 77% of residents voted in favour nonsense! Oh. no. they. did. not. Gross misuse of statistics. And, furthermore, it implies that there was an option for people to say they did not want a playpark on the lawn. But. there. was. no. such. option. A re-run of this consultation is necessary but this time with that option available. ...
Residents voted yes last year, but a town councillor is petitioning against it now A Dawlish town councillor has launched a campaign to stop a new £260,000 play park from being built on one of the jewels of the town, the Lawn Teignbridge Council – who manage The Lawn – say nothing has been decided yet, but the town council have asked for a play park on the Lawn to be provided. Read ...
This can't be right surely:- " Plans have been submitted to Teignbridge Council to update and renovate the course at Tuck’s Plot which has been running for more than 20 years but has been in need of updating. How long ago was it that there was a masive crater there that now houses the underground sewage holding tank? Does this safari theme sugestion, mean we are going to get more white ...
I've just seen someone on Spotlight News moaning about the planned updated shopping centre in Newton Abbot. Did he make me think of the moaning Dawlish stereotype or what? I'm sure it's available on iPlayer for those who know how to access 21st century technology.
Of course they're entitled to their opinion - but have you read those comments? Crazy!