The dream of rugged coastlines, romantic walks on the beach whenever the fancy takes hold, integrating with the locals, and snacking on pasties and cream teas every weekend are the desires of many. But is the reality of living by the coast anywhere close to the dream? It was my fantasy for about 20 years … Continue reading What it’s really like to live on the coast.
Teignmouth circa 1840 I adore my town. There is so much to do and see, and there is always something going on, even in the winter when the majority of the tourists have gone: we Teignmouthians know how to have a good time. And it seems this place has always been a hub of activity. … Continue reading Teignmouth’s fascinating history you probably didn’t know
If you haven't seen the front page of today's Teignmouth Post, it's about the black sludge from Exmouth. Tonnes of it are going to be deposited at Sprey Point for the next 10 years. As I outlined in yesterday's blog, the impact to the environment and tourism is vast. There is a campaign to block … Continue reading Teignmouth, say ‘NO’!
Looking down onto Teignmouth and Shaldon Teignmouth is the the gem of South Devon. I can say this with conviction because it says so on the road signs as you enter the town. Plus, it's where I live. With its red sandy beaches (it has two: Front and Back Beach) a long(ish) promenade, independent shops … Continue reading Top 10 things to do in Teignmouth