7.30pm £3 at the door to imclude refreshments.
HEALING AVAILABLE at 645pm - 715 and 845pm - 915
Guiding Light is 'Not for profit' supporting local charities.
Our Spiritual evenings are held at 'The Hedley Way Centre'. Follow the brook from the town to the main car park near the rear of the Hospital. We are just over the bridge in the Manor Gardens on the corner of Brook Street.
A new booklet aimed at encouraging great scenic train journeys along the Riviera Line between Exeter to Paignton and promoting Dawlish & Teignmouth has been published.
The free booklet has been produced by the Devon and Cornwall Rail Partnership and brings together ideas for great days out in Exeter, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot and along the English Riviera. Walks from stations are also featured including the Exe Estuary Trail and Agatha Christie Mile in Torquay.
Blazing sunshine set the tone for the Exeter Tri Club Tristars Aquathlon, which took place at Dawlish Leisure Centre on Sunday, as part of the club’s aquathlon series.
The record books were broken from the club’s junior representation alone – seeing a total of 14 ETC juniors competing across the Tristart to Tristars (7-13) categories, many for whom this was their debut performance.
Police are appealing for the public’s help in locating Gary Knight aged 52 from Dawlish, who has gone missing
Gary has not been seen since leaving the Haldon Terrace area of Dawlish at around 11.30am yesterday (Sunday 12th April), and is believed to be wearing jeans and a t-shirt or light jumper and normally carries a black rucksack.
Gary is described as of stocky build with a beard and wears glasses. Police have concerns for his welfare.
Stagecoach Southwest have announced that, from 30th March 2015, they will be making changes to their B bus service.
The changes have been prompted by the end of 12 months of Devon County Council local sustainable transport funding which saw the B service extend to Dawlish in order to attract new users to/from Matford.
From the end of the month the B service will, instead, revert to finishing at Exminster as the patronage has not materialised which would sustain the extension to the route in the longer term.
On the first anniversary of the notorious storms at Dawlish, time-lapse photography shows the extensive work undertaken by Network Rail’s ‘orange army’ over the last year to restore the south west’s rail connection and make the area more resilient for the future.
As has been widely reported, very strong winds and high seas over 4 and 5 February 2014 severely damaged the railway line that runs through Dawlish, causing a section of it to be washed away, along with part of the sea wall, the platforms at Dawlish station and sections of the coastal path.