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Another barbers shop next to Harrisons.

monty
monty
1 May 2018

There is a loIvely clothes shop on the strand. Seventeen.

majorp
majorp
1 May 2018

People ought to visit Betfred. Free cuppa/tea or coffee with or without and even a chioce of no suger instead a sweetner. Sometimes ther are snacks and biscuits. I believe the same goes for Harrisons. Why people pay humungous prices for a cuppa in the cafe's is beyond me. Oh! I am gradually taken my pennies away from Lloyds already. Both Lloyds Bank and TSB will remain part of Lloyds ...

leatash
leatash
1 May 2018

RBS to close a further 162 branches in 2018.

27 Apr 2018

Cassandra you have a valid point but my generation are on borrowed time and the next generation down have the wherewithal and they and the generation behind them will see the High Street go the way of the Dodo. My childrens lives revolve round there phones and laptops and they totally depend on the internet my fear for my children is what happens if the internet disappears through some global ...

ajor £220,000 improvement works are set to be carried out at Dawlish Warren car park. While the works are carried out, sections of the car park will be closed periodically for the safety of the public and traders. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/major-improvements-planned-dawlish-warren-1506635

To Lynne: I wrongly, it seems, thought that the Council was involved in determining what businesses open on The Strand. Mea culpa. It should have been the Planning Commission, I guess. So replace that with my naming the Council in my post - the concept is the same. We now have 9-soon-to-be-10 cafes, 4 barber shops and how many charity shops on the street. Services are dwindling at an amazing rate. ...

Cassandra
Cassandra
27 Apr 2018

A lot of the older people who live in Dawlish will soon be marooned in their homes if all the shops disappear. For a great many of them, the only face to face interaction with other people is when they go shopping, to the post office, bank, etc. It can't be any good for their mental and physical health to be stuck indoors without any reason to go out or place to go to. @leatash we may be ...

leatash
leatash
27 Apr 2018

More and more folk now do vast amounts of shopping online you just have to look at the amount of food and parcel delivery vehicles in and around Dawlish on a daily basis.  I recently needed a new pair of walking boots i buy the same make from the same retailer and as with most things the boots are manufactured in China a well known brand sold by lots of major retailers. This time i have purchased ...

Lynne
Lynne
27 Apr 2018

I agree that not everyone has computer access or knowledge and even if they do it doesn't follow that they do online banking. But, it seems that many do. Hence the drop in face to face transactions.  It is the old adage. If you don't use it, you'll lose it. Why is a commercial decision taken by the bank anything to do with the council? (and which council are we talking about here? town council? ...

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