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Merry Christmas from all of us here at Network Rail’s South West Rail Resilience Programme. We’re working round the clock until Wednesday to drill soil nails into the cliffs between Dawlish and Holcombe to reduce the risk of material falling onto the track. The project, which began this summer and will carry on into 2024, will help to protect this vital stretch of railway for ...

Recycling banks are emptied from Monday to Friday with the exception of bank holidays. If you visit a bank and it is full, please hold on to your recycling for a few days. We will empty banks again from Wednesday 27 December. Thank you for your patience

Merry Christmas
25 Dec 2023

Merry Christmas everyone. Keep posting.

From all of us on the Teignmouth & Dawlish Neighbourhood Team have a safe and happy Christmas To get ready for the surge of activity during the festive season, we are stepping up patrols around South Devon in a bid to help keep people safe. To do this, we’ll be actively confronting drink drivers, tackling violent crime including domestic violence and sexually aggressive behaviour, and ...

The local team would like to highlight a couple of incidents that have drawn some social media attention The first, on the 13th of December in the Triangle, Teignmouth an incident occurred involving an unknown male making alarming and distressing comments to another person. We as the local neighbourhood team have taken ownership of this matter and have commenced an investigation. We are ...

Post Office
10 Nov 2023

Just read that the Post Office in One Stop is closing next March

Appeal launched to open Dawlish MIU The hospital’s Friends group has begun a campaign to compile evidence that the unit, which should be used to treat minor injuries such as cuts, sprains and burns, is essential for the town and surrounding area. Read more... https://www.teignmouth-today.co.uk/news/appeal-launched-to-open-dawlish-miu-647520

Owing to damage caused by Storm Ciaran, sections of the walkway along the old sea wall are closed: Between Coastguard’s and Red Rock, Langstone, at Dawlish. Between Smugglers Cove and Sprey Point towards Teignmouth. Barriers are being put in place and the walkways are closed until further notice. Thank you for your patience while we carry out repairs.

Despite the forecast of heavy rain, organisers are pressing ahead with the finale of the week. ‘So get your waterproofs ready and come and support everyone if you can.’ Read more... https://www.teignmouth-today.co.uk/news/carnival-parade-all-systems-go-despite-rain-633412

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