BBC Spotlight in Teignmouth tomorrow for the next protest

We need to keep up the momentum - come to tomorrow's event outside the Pavilions, Teignmouth at 3.30pm

Tomorrow is your last chance to meet with Network Rail. They will be at the Pavilions tomorrow afternoon from 3.30 to 7pm.

We will meet at 3.30pm outside the Pavilions with the BBC Spotlight film crew, so please bring banners and placards and anything else you can to make this protest as newsworthy as possible!

The two most important things you can do right now:

For your comments to count, this must be done by the end of February 2020. Network Rail cannot ignore what you say here.

This photo clearly shows the shocking amount of beach we stand to loose and the tiny amount of remaining beach. Taken at low tide. Photo: Nick Clarence

Thank you all and see you tomorrow a the Pavilions Teignmouth, 3.30pm


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