The seafront and railway line at Dawlish Dawlish's famous black swans swim in the Brook in Dawlish Town Centre The Manor House The Bowling Green and Lawn, Dawlish Dawlish railway station The breakwater at Dawlish Boat Cove, Dawlish Beach huts on Dawlish promenade Cockwood harbour Dawlish Warren Views along the beach at Dawlish Warrne Dawlish Leisure Centre The Brook, Dawlish
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Virtual Dawlish In Bloom Results

From 7 Jul 2020 to 31 Aug 2020

When the lockdown for the Cov-id 19 pandemic was announced in March it was initially unclear what would happen to Dawlish in Boom 2020 after several very successful years of operat... More >>

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Temporary Traffic Regulation Order withdrawn

From 5 Aug 2020 to 19 Aug 2020

The TTRO for parking bays on The Strand has been withdrawn. Please see the attached press release for further information.... More >>

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Street Art Competition

From 7 Aug 2020 to 28 Aug 2020

Draw something eye-catching. The artists with the best designs will be invited to a Paint Event at the Skate Park in Dawlish. Send in your design on the theme ‘Energy and Diver... More >>

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Dawlish is a fascinating Regency resort town nestled attractively between steep surrounding hills. The railway sweeps along the entire seafront and beach. Character cottages, impressive villas, narrow streets, bustling shops, famous Black Swans and welcoming tea rooms is just a taste of what Dawlish has to offer.

A range of excellent facilities whatever your needs including schooling, shopping, leisure facilities and transportation links to nearby Exeter and Newton Abbot. Dawlish Warren is one of South Devon’s favourite holiday destinations offering an award winning beach and 500 acre Nature Reserve which includes the Exe Estuary. Dawlish is the perfect place to work, live or visit.

The Manor House is used for Council Meetings, the Town Clerk's Office, and generally as a community building with rooms available for hire for weddings, functions and activities. The people of Dawlish and visitors are still free to walk and sit in the Manor grounds.

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