I don t know what Seaton really needs and, by all the letters over the last few months, I do not think anyone else does either.
I don't know what Seaton really needs and, by all the letters over the last few months, I do not think anyone else does either.
What good one or two superstores are going to do is completely beyond me....
Beer is always busy with visitors. I don't think they have a large superstore there - nor has Lyme Regis but, whenever I go to either of them, I have great difficulty parking because of the amount of holidaymakers.
Seaton Tramway is a brilliant tourist attraction, but all it does is take people out of the town to Colyton. Surely, it would be better if the trams were to go to the harbour and along the seafront - hopefully to Seaton Hole as well. I do not think, in this day and age, it would be impossible to see this happen.
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If one of the reasons for spending so much of OUR money on Willoughby House is because people can't get up the stairs at the town hall, can someone tell me how they are going to get to Willoughby House?
If Seaton Town Council wants an office in or near the town, why don't they use the redundant youth club - or is that not so grand as Willoughby House?
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