Dawlish

Teignmouth Road in Dawlish partially blocked by landslip

Authored by Chalk and Ward PR
Posted: Thu, 12/20/2012 - 10:23am

The A379 Teignmouth Road in Dawlish is partially blocked in both directions between the John Nash Drive junction and the Fordens Lane junction, because of a landslip.

There is also slow traffic on the A377 inbound in Exeter from Alphington Junction to Exe Bridges.

However, the good news is that the earlier lane closure on A38 Haldon Hill westbound between the A380 junction in Kenn and the B3344 junction in Heathfield due to a broken down vehicle has now cleared.

Missing 57-year-old Dawlish man found safe and well

Authored by Chalk and Ward PR
Posted: Wed, 11/28/2012 - 12:05pm
Concerns for a 57-year-old man, who police were looking for after he went missing from his Dawlish home, have been allayed after he was found safe and sound in the town yesterday.

Police investigate robbery at Dawlish bookmakers

Authored by Chalk and Ward PR
Posted: Mon, 11/26/2012 - 4:52pm
Detectives are investigating a robbery that took place on Sunday (25th November) at a bookmakers in Dawlish. The crime was committed between 9.15 and 9.20pm, when a man walked into the shop on The Strand and threatened a member of staff before making off with a substantial amount of money. He is described as being a white man in his 30s to 40s, 5ft 10 inches tall and was wearing a black hooded coat, dark blue jumper and dark coloured tracksuit bottoms. He also wore sandy coloured boots or trainers. As he left the shop, he may have been in company with a woman in her 20s. Police are appealing...

Dramatic photos of Dawlish battling with the elements

Authored by Chalk and Ward PR
Posted: Thu, 11/22/2012 - 3:41pm
These dramatic photos of Dawlish taken at 1.30pm today show that some trains were still able to battle with the elelments along the trainline that sweeps along the entire seafront and beach. Photos: James Millar

Dawlish’s first local business hub launches in town centre

Authored by Chalk and Ward PR
Posted: Wed, 11/21/2012 - 10:03pm
Scala House – the new business hub in the heart of Dawlish town centre – is now complete and open for business. A collection of eight offices and suites, Scala House offers flexible, good value, high quality offices in a beautiful Georgian property overlooking Dawlish’s picturesque Lawn. The first of its kind in the bustling town of Dawlish, Scala House is a hub of local innovation and commerce. Ideal for entrepreneurial start-ups and small- and medium-sized business, Scala House has already attracted a number of local companies, including a domiciliary care company, sales and lettings...

South West schools to take part in UK engineering challenge

Authored by Chalk and Ward PR
Posted: Tue, 11/20/2012 - 10:44am
Students from schools in the South West will become real-life engineers for a day when they research, design and build solutions to real engineering problems.
  • On Tuesday 20th November, John Bentley School (Calne) will host a Faraday Challenge Day. Teams from St Johns Marlborough (Marlborough), Abbeyfield School (Chippenham), Sheldon School (Chippenham), The Springfields Academy (Calne) and The Clarendon College (Trowbridge), will also take part.
  • On Wednesday 21st November, teams from Chilton Trinity School (Bridgwater) will take part in a Faraday Challenge Day.
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Ryders Bakery moves HQ from Dawlish to Kenn

Authored by Babs Walker
Posted: Thu, 09/27/2012 - 5:28pm
Why would you give up a well paid job and take on a full-on Farm Shop in a recession? Well it has become a family affair - and an obsession to create something special on a local basis - for Mandy Pitts, Shaun Ryder and daughter Ellena, with a little help from a staff of 20 local people. Ryders Bakery took the leap to move its HQ from Dawlish to their farm in Kenn, a purpose-built bakery, trebling its size and opening the door for expansion with access to a quicker road network for better distribution. Mandy, after 30 years in the Recruitment industry, was keen to take on a new challenge and...

Dartmoor Brewery and CAMRA help Dawlish get back on track

Authored by Gill Vosper
Posted: Tue, 09/02/2014 - 12:31pm

On 6th September, Exeter and East Devon CAMRA, supported by members from the whole south-west region will be raising a pint to celebrate the re-opening of the Dawlish line. During the closure, local pubs and south-west brewers, suffered significant disruption to their business.

A photo shoot will take place at 11.15am at Dawlish railway station in partnership with First Great Western, after which CAMRA members will campaign for the support of real ale and local pubs in Dawlish and Dawlish Warren.

Gareth MacDonald, Regional Director for the South West said, “We are...

ROSS Mavis

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Tue, 01/21/2014 - 4:50pm

Formerly of Vicarage Gardens, Dawlish for many years, Widow of Ian Gray Ross.

Passed peacefully away at Fernihurst Nursing Home, Exmouth on 13th January 2014 aged 82 years.

She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

Funeral service at the Exeter and Devon Crematorium (St Paul’s Chapel) on Monday 27 January at 9.45am.

All enquiries to LeRoy Funerals on 01392 255535

STONE Donald Charles of Dawlish

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Wed, 10/16/2013 - 11:56am

Passed peacefully away on 12 October 2013 aged 81 years.

Funeral service at the Exeter & Devon Crematorium, St Peter’s Chapel on Friday 25 October at 10.45am.

Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF) by retiring collection, www.justgiving.com/donald-c-stone or c/o Le-Roy Funeral Service, 298, Topsham Road Exeter EX2 6HG

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