Following from my last blog and comments suggesting that there should be more transparency and checking of parish and town councils I have submitted an e -petition to Eric Pickles. To share and sign it follow the link below and … Continue reading
Enjoyed the Teignbridge Civic service today at St Gregory’s in Dawlish. I met lots of people including the Deputy Lord Lieutenant, the Mayors of North and East Devon and our local councillors. Roz did a great job organising it. Our … Continue reading
National TV has highlighted Dawlish and the train track that has been washed into the sea creating misery for those working in London or on the M5 corridor that regularly use the train service. Here in Teignbridge Teignmouth has also … Continue reading
Posted in Beach, Liz Foxwell, pier, Sand, Sea, Teignmouth
Tagged battered coast, destruction, Devon, high winds, pier, promenade, surfer, Teignbridge Teignmouth, Teignmouth, waves
This morning Emma and I had a very interesting walk except when she was pulling me – excuse the video where it moves a little. Here is a video showing a very large ship coming out of our really small … Continue reading
Posted in Animal, Beach, Devon, Emma, Places, Teignmouth
Tagged collie dog, cormorant, Devon, Emma, harbour, meteorology, ocean, ship, Teignmouth, Uk, waves, weather
Look what my mum has on her Fuchsia. An Elephant Hawk Moth look below at the detail. At the back there is a tail. And the markings at the head look like eyes.
This week at Newton Abbot racecourse I and about 200 other people met with the new NHS commissioning Group. They talked about their hopes and then we were able to meet them in group sessions. They informed us that this group are … Continue reading
Look what I saw at Goodrington, 7 little cygnets. Aren’t they really sweet. And just yards away from the sea. Mum and Dad were very close watching and keeping them safe.
Posted in Animal, Beach, cygnet, Goodrington, Swan
Tagged cygnets, Devon, Goodrington, leisure, science, swan, travel