Come rain or shine, Redrow is inviting homebuyers to put some wellies on this weekend (Saturday 1st October) to view exciting progress at the award-winning house builder’s new site, The Copse on Shutterton Lane, Dawlish.
A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) has been introduced in Dawlish, sending out a strong message that antisocial behaviour will not be tolerated.
The Dawlish PSPO is the first of its kind in Devon and Cornwall.
PSPOs are intended to specifically target and deal with specific particular nuisance or problems in a particular area but also ensure the law-abiding majority can enjoy public places, safe from antisocial behaviour.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an unprovoked assault in Dawlish on Saturday 18th June.
The incident took place between 9:20 and 10pm.
Two men and a woman left the Mount Pleasant Inn at around 9.20pm on Saturday 18th June and walked up Mount Pleasant Road. When the three went to cross the zebra crossing, a red Nissan Micra drove at the pedestrians in dangerous manners, which lead to the group having to jump out of the way.
The 21-year-old woman in the group suffered a broken ankle following this incident.
Police are appealing for information after a large quantity of sentimental jewellery was stolen from a property in Dawlish.
Several gold and silver rings, necklaces, bracelets and anklets, similar to the items pictured, were taken during the burglary at a property in Badlake Hill on Wednesday 15 June, sometime between 8.10am and 7.20pm.
A sapphire and diamond gold eternity ring, a ruby and diamond gold ring, a silver necklace with a green Chinese letter pendant and a Rotary gents’ chronograph watch were among the items taken.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a man missing from Dawlish.
Michael Coldrick, aged 28 and from Dawlish, was last seen in Dawlish town centre at around 1.45pm on Friday 27 May.
Michael also has links to the St Austell area.
He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and grey tracksuit bottoms. He is white, around 6ft tall, with dark short hair, a full beard, of stocky build and wears glasses. He may also be wearing a grey hoody with the Animal logo on it.
Britain’s Scenic Railways: Dawlish
The Railway from Exeter to Newton Abbot
By Colin J. Marsden
The 21 mile railway line from Exeter to Newton Abbot passes through some of the most beautiful countryside in the country, from Exeter skirting the River Exe, passing the picturesque Powderham Estate and the photogenic Cockwood Harbour before traversing the stunning Dawlish Sea Wall section between Langstone Rock and Lea Mount in Dawlish.