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Network Rail are threatening to cover over and destroy our beach and Brunel’s wall with a vast swathes of concrete.  We want Network Rail to come up with an environmentally sympathetic plan.  We want them to do the right thing.  Join us in the campaign to save Teignmouth and Holcombe beaches and save Brunel's sea wall. 

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Network Rail survey

Download and print out the Network Rail survey - with Freepost >>


Please use these four templates as a guide to personalise as best you can.  This will help make sure that each letter or email you write is counted individually by the recipient.  Duplicate letters, however many the recipient receives, will only be counted as one)

Consequential loss objection download

Amenity objection download

Environmental objection template download

Cliff stabilisation objection download


Network Rail presentation to Residents Association download

Network Rail West-of-Exeter Route Resilience Study download

Network Rail Resilience Study and options considered download

Network Rail Phase 2 Options Report download

Peninsula Rail Taskforce - November 2016 report download

Railfuture - December 2016 issue download

Network Rail Phase 3 report on Preferred Option download

Environmental Impact Assessment - scoping report download

An alternative proposal for the railway from Parson’s Tunnel to Teignmouth by Peter Clayborough, Formally Divisional Director with international construction consultants Currie & Brown - download

An alternative proposal for the railway at Teignmouth and Holcombe beach, by engineer D Sharland MICE C. Eng. B.Sc(Hon) download

A personal review of Network Rail's proposals for the realignment of the Permanent Way at Teignmouth and Holcombe beach, by engineer, Andrew Burgess download

Environmental critique of Network Rail Parsons Tunnel to Teignmouth Proposal download


Human Chain 8th February 11am invitation flyer >>

Human Chain 8th February information event poster >>