Posted: 10.10.21 at 06:45 by Will Goddard
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A pollution alert has been issued by environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage for Coryton Cove beach due to sewage being discharged into the water.
The Ugly Duckling restaurant on the Strand in Dawlish is now closed.
New LED lighting and concrete seating have been installed as the finishing touches to the first section of Dawlish’s new sea wall.
A break-in at the Strand Centre has caused serious damage and left the café unable to open to customers this morning (Thursday, September 23).
Covid cases have again risen in the Devon County Council area and Plymouth, but fallen slightly in Torbay.
Leading Devon councillors say it’s “terrifying” that almost three-quarters of privately owned properties that were rented out just two years ago in the county are no longer available for tenants.
It is with sadness that Dawlish Town Council announces the passing of Councillor Terry Lowther on Saturday, 25 September 2021.
St. Gregory’s Church will hold the weekly swap from 9am-10am every Tuesday during school terms, starting on Tuesday 28 September.
A ‘massive’ amount of waste and debris was picked up from Dawlish beach in an extra clean-up session by Dawlish Against Plastic on Saturday, September 25.
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