'Send holiday chalets to Africa'

PUBLISHED: 09:40 31 December 2008 | UPDATED: 22:48 15 June 2010

If Seaton is to have a new Tesco store, it would be nice if the building had a tiled, pitched roof facade, as per Tesco stores at Honiton and Axminster and also the Co-op store at Seaton. The illustration of the new Tesco store at Seaton, as depicted in t

If Seaton is to have a new Tesco store, it would be nice if the building had a tiled, pitched roof facade, as per Tesco stores at Honiton and Axminster and also the Co-op store at Seaton.The illustration of the new Tesco store at Seaton, as depicted in the local newspapers, appeared to be more like portable buildings, with flat roofs, exposing all of the ventilation facilities.Also, if all the existing wooden holiday chalets are to go, can they be packed and sent to deserving African families? This was carried out some 15 years ago when those were replaced by more modern cabins.George W R whale Manor Court Seaton


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