A message from Save Holcombe & Teignmouth Beach and Railway committee

Campaigning to save the beach and railway has understandably taken a back seat while we concentrate on staying safe and looking after loved ones. We are all following government advice and doing our part to help curb the spread of the virus.  While we are staying home, rest assured that we are still working behind the scenes looking at alternative plans to present to those of Network Rail. 

If you feel you can offer your skills and/or enthusiasm and would like to become involved in the campaign when it gets going again, please let us know if you can help by filling in our form here >>

As soon as it becomes possible for us to do so, we will be forming into one new and stronger committee - to pick up the pace and continue the challenge of saving our beautiful coastline.

Stay safe and we wish you all well during this difficult time.  

Only pebbles were left after the Human Chain showing line of the new sea wall in pebbles © Hilary Davies


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