Don’t ruin what was idyllic
What s happened to my beloved Exmouth? For 65 years, I have looked on it as my second home, along with my late husband.
What's happened to my beloved Exmouth?
For 65 years, I have looked on it as my second home, along with my late husband.
Please, don't let the so-called bureaucrats ruin what was such a beautiful, idyllic, quiet seaside place.
Firstly, the marina has not improved Exmouth, it has ruined the docks area, and then there are the flats, which look like children's dolls houses, different colours, one on top of the other.
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I found a lot of places looking really shabby on my recent visit. Do not say it's the credit crunch; that's nothing to do with having the place looking nice.
The war memorial has been desecrated with plant containers, doesn't the person or persons who put them there realise that. It is looking disgusting and an insult to those who gave their lives.
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I enclose a letter, a copy of one I have sent to the Town Hall. Please, all you responsible residents of Exmouth, get things sorted and make it the beautiful place it used to be.
I will not be alive to see it, but my family will - please do not spoil it for them, knowing how we loved it so.
Bring back the Magnolia trees again to the Manor Gardens and elsewhere that is Exmouth, and do not spoil the place with yachts etc.
A sad, disillusioned devotee.