News in Dawlish

Dawlishs u3a group has been keeping its members connected throughout the Covid crisis, holding meetings over Zoom with guest speakers. The latest event was a presentation on behalf of Devon Air Ambulance, as publicity officer John Vick reports.

Dawlish & District u3a members welcomed back representatives of the Devon Air Ambulance to their monthly meetings after an interval of over six years. Chairman Graham Carey reminded members that at the group's very first meeting after its founding in 2014, the Devon Air Ambulance were their very first guests.

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Nominations have opened for Dawlish's 2021 Civic Awards – recognising people who have made a significant contribution to the parish and its residents.

Two awards will be presented by the town council: one for an individual and one for an organisation.

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Protest banner outside the building and the enforcement notices on the fence

Residents of Weech Road are becoming increasingly frustrated by the latest developments relating to the semi-derelict Old Vicarage – saying they're still being excluded from all discussions on the building's future.

They're now preparing to submit a case to the Ombudsman, claiming that the feelings and opinions of people living near the 'eyesore' building are not being considered by the planning authority, Teignbridge District Council.

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