In the press
BBC Radio Devon
from 2.08 - 2.21 and 2.24 - 2.29
Network Rail public consultation report
Teignmouth Today: Beach protest at rail line realignment
"A Devon beach renowned for its beauty could become one of the first victims of Britain’s “climate resilience” programme, stripped of its sand and buried beneath 15ft of concrete topped by a railway line." - The Sunday Times (December 2019)
The slice of British seaside heritage that's on the brink of being lost.
Teignbridge District Councillors:
BBC Radio Devon's Breakfast Show
Primary School children talk about why they would be devastated to see the environmental damage that Network Rail are proposing along our beautiful stretch of coastline. It's about 1 hour 5 m minutes in.
In Hallsands, not too far down the Coast, the entire village was lost to the sea 102 years ago following misguided human activities interfering with the Sea. Read about it here:
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