Changes are not always better
I AM pleased to see so many people like me are sad to see so many beautiful trees vandalised in the Strand Gardens. I hope someone will answer Mr Goodman s letter of February 11 and be responsible. We shall not live to see the newly planted trees mature
I AM pleased to see so many people like me are sad to see so many beautiful trees vandalised in the Strand Gardens. I hope someone will answer Mr Goodman's letter of February 11 and be responsible.
We shall not live to see the newly planted trees mature like the ones that are gone.
Exmouth is changing but not always for the best - that handsome frontage to the railway station, the irreplaceable railings gone forever. I hope it's all worthwhile.
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THE axing of the trees is real vandalism. The vandalism has only started! Wait until you see the steel and glass monstrosity that will be erected and the violence that emanates from it! It is turning Exmouth into an urban jungle. What people would give for trees and thatched properties in the inner cities.
64 Bicton Street, Exmouth