Notices have been put up advising people not to tombstone off the walls as it is very dangerous and this photo shows the rocks at the bottom.
Giant Observation Wheel has arrived opposite the Pavilion. It will be open on Saturday 29 July 2017. This will be there for 28 days and the operator is asking for a further 2 weeks.
Views can be seen across and up and down the Estuary. Prices for rides are £5 for adults, £3.50 for children and OAP’s and a family ride (2 adults and 2 Children) costs £15 It will open at 10am and close at 6pm each day. The ride will last 8 minutes
Grenadier has announced that it will be bringing its proposals to the people of Exmouth very shortly. The building will be environmental friendly and will not use the whole site. It will use that part that is currently behind the beach huts (approximately) and the rest of the car park will be landscaped to allow for an area of grass so that stalls can be erected to have festivals or competition gazeebos etc.
The Premier Inn has been successful in providing jobs for local people and very good standard of accommodation for visitors. The Land Train is providing a way of people to access various parts of Exmouth at a reasonable price.