Exmouth;s dying round our feet

PUBLISHED: 09:00 21 February 2009 | UPDATED: 10:31 10 June 2010

I hope all those people against Asda coming to Exmouth are now satisfied. Will they remain satisfied when they see more shops closing down and people unemployed? Will they be happy to see people heading to other towns to spend their money? Exmouth is a

I hope all those people against Asda coming to Exmouth are now satisfied. Will they remain satisfied when they see more shops closing down and people unemployed? Will they be happy to see people heading to other towns to spend their money? Exmouth is a town which is dying around our feet. There is nowhere to buy school uniforms anymore, nowhere for men to buy decent clothes and nowhere to buy household items of good quality. The council needs to take a serious look at the state of the town and do something to make it more appealing to both residents and visitors - at present it is a filthy mess. Well, congratulations to all you anti-Asda protesters you got what you wanted.Karen Bamsey,Exmothian (born and bred).


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