Save the beach banner making!

On Saturday 14th December, supporters of Save Teignmouth and Holcombe Beach gathered at Holcombe Village Hall to make banners and placards to raise awareness of our fight to preserve our local beaches.

Luckily, most of the paint stayed on the banners and everyone worked hard to create clear banners to be displayed around Dawlish, Holcombe and Teignmouth, alongside those already displayed.

It was lovely to see people working together to help promote our aim.

We’ll be advertising events when we can use the placards early in 2020. In the meantime, we still have plenty of banner material if anyone would like to make their own banners to display.

Please get in touch if you would like some of the material.

Save your beach banner making
Save the Beach Banner making at Holcombe Village Hall

Painting Save Your Beach banners at Holcombe Village Hall


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