How to help save Teignmouth and Holcombe beach

Surveys and letters to Network Rail carry the most weight of all - but for your views to count, they must be made known by the end of this month.

Network Rail consultation survey leaflets are now available to download on our website so that you can print them out and send them back using Freepost.

We encourage you to print the leaflets and hand them out to anyone you know who might not have internet access or for those who were unable to pick up a form at the recent Network Rail consultations.

All the details you need are here >>


Heartfelt thanks

Thank you to each and every one of you that came to the Human Chain on the beach and Protest outside the Pavillions, Teignmouth and thank you to all those that give support from afar. Please spread the word as far and wide as you can - each page on our website has a share button!

About the campaign >>

The human chain gallery, video and press >>

View from Sprey Point showing the Human Chain - remaining beach to the left, concrete to the right.Taken at low tide © Matt Roffe photography
View from Sprey Point showing the Human Chain © Matt Roffe photography

Looking at this photograph: To the right of the human chain will be filled with concrete. To the left of the chain shows where the remaining beach will be. This was taken at low tide.


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