News in Dawlish

The latest report from Dawlish & District u3a is a bit different from usual - because the speaker at their March meeting on Monday, March 15 was the editor of Dawlish Nub News. Here's the write-up of the talk by the u3a's publicity officer, John Vick.

Members of Dawlish & District u3a were pleased to welcome Philippa Davies of Dawlish Nub News to their monthly meeting on Zoom. In just a few months, Philippa has established the Dawlish website as an important new medium for local people to find out about all the news in their home town. At this time when so many people feel isolated, this is an especially significant development in building social cohesion. There are currently over 60 Nub News sites across the UK.

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The Devon County Council elections are due to take place on Thursday, May 6 and are an important opportunity for residents to have their say about the issues that matter to them and their local communities.

There are a number of ways to vote in the May elections, including voting by post, voting by proxy (by asking someone trusted to vote on your behalf), or voting in person at a polling station.

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A vision's been drawn up to make Dawlish a top visitor destination, as Covid restrictions end and 'staycation' holidaymakers head for the UK's coasts.

Local residents and businesses will be encouraged to give their feedback on the town council's draft tourism strategy, which takes a realistic look at what the parish has to offer and the areas where it needs to make improvements.

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Meet Dawlish's new wildlife wardens

By Philippa Davies

8th Mar 2021 | Local News

Dave Hutton and Scott Williams

Two volunteer 'wildlife wardens' have been recruited for Dawlish to help protect the area's natural habitats.

Dave Hutton and Scott Williams will be working to help wildlife thrive in fields, woodland, beaches, urban areas, green spaces and waterways in Dawlish and Dawlish Warren.

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