Heartened by angry letters
I have been heartened by the angry letters in the Journal regarding the Longboat Cafe development plans. To add my twopence worth, my wife and I spend most afternoon by the beach at Budleigh and have made many friends over the years.
I have been heartened by the angry letters in the Journal regarding the Longboat Cafe development plans.
To add my twopence worth, my wife and I spend most afternoon by the beach at Budleigh and have made many friends over the years.
Everyone we know is appalled that these plans are being given any credence whatsoever.
What is going through the owners' head? Why would anyone want to spoil the idyllic scenes in Budleigh?
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Our friends are very angry at the district council for apparently not consulting with World Heritage Site Management and Natural England. It is time this council was put in its place and reminded it is here to serve us, the majority, who do not want our town ruined by people who have such disdain for our natural beauty.
No, thank you, Longboat Cafe - not in this lifetime or any other!
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