Bowling alley development a breath of fresh air

Contrary to Mary Lowles opinion, I find the developing bowling alley (pictured) a breath of fresh air with its reflective wave to the estuary. I look forward to its completion. My hope is that the owners find the design sufficiently individual to avoid a

Contrary to Mary Lowles' opinion, I find the developing bowling alley (pictured) a breath of fresh air with its reflective wave to the estuary. I look forward to its completion. My hope is that the owners find the design sufficiently individual to avoid any garish illuminations. Perhaps it also presents an opportunity to feature a work of art using timber from the fallen oak in Phear Park. It would mark the transition from the end of one piece of history passing to the beginning of another.I am one of those irrepressible sunrise cyclists making the daily run from the docks to Orcombe and back. Rarely to be missed is Bill, who has been walking, running, and cycling this route for over 20 years. It's a great way to wake up, Exmouth.Richard Soper


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