24 million slices of bread 235,000 whole chickens 1.4 million bananas 660,000 eggs 4.4 million apples Half of all fresh potatoes purchased. So folk are worried about food shortages if we have a hard Brexit but the above is thrown in the bin every DAY maybe if food was a little tight we wouldnt waste as much.
Well, I am taking whatever measures I can that I think might be necessary in case of a catastrophic hard Brexit. What preparations for Brexit others decide to do, or not, is entirely up to them. Food- a link here concerning Cornish food production. But I suspect similar stories can be found from around the whole of the UK Brexit leaves Cornwall fruit farmers struggling to find ...
The question is are you prepared Lynne.
Saw it today for the first time. It is on the right hand side if travelling towards Exeter, just past the turning that goes down to Cofton Holiday Park. as you say @flo - it does look nasty and hope whoever was in it is okay.
Has it actually gone downhill or is it the advent of social media and 24 hour news. I was a teenager when you moved down leatash and it definitely wasn't perfect then, just not as publicised.
There's a transit near there in the trees which has been there for a while with police tape round. Hope whoever turned that one is ok, looked nasty.
Road clear now. Police on the scene and directing traffic on alternating one way flow when I went out in the Exeter direction this morning about 10.00am. The cars were virtually opposite where the countryside park entrance/exit is.
Compared to 1985 when i arrived here it has certainly gone downhill.
Why are people quick to say that Dawlish is going downhill? I grew up in the Midlands and Dawlish is not even close to going "downhill"