The Paint Hub is a pottery painting cafe where you can customise your own piece of...
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TwentySix Café is the perfect harbourside stop for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea with a range of delecful French inspired dishes to choose from, created by head chef Denise Tarriela.
Teignmouth Carnival is held during the last week of July with the procession on the last Thursday, and since 1999 the town has hosted a summer folk festival. In 2005 Fergus O'Byrne and Jim Payne from Newfoundland were the 'headline' artists at that year's festival which celebrated the town's links with that region.
A small cove situated at the base of the cliffs between Teignmouth and Dawlish. A small...
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In the 1600s and 1700s there are records of a windmill on the Den - an area that was then a large sand dune, and is now a grassy public open space near the seafront. By 1759 this windmill was demolished.
In February 2016 Devon County Council announced that the moveable, lifting section of the bridge will be raised later in 2016, for the first time since 2002. This is in order to satisfy a condition in the Act that permitted construction, that the opening section be maintained.
A long sandy beach from the mouth of the River Teign east towards Dawlish. Free summer...
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The team at Crab Shack catch their own shellfish, so they know that it is truly sustainable and can tell you exactly where it is caught.
RT @DBlakeleyPhotos: A day of events in Teignmouth next Saturday 24 September https://t.co/zHdFHZwWXl
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Pavilions Teignmouth is an arts and community venue committed to providing a diverse programme of live performance and cinematic events; offering a welcoming space for commercial, educational, health and community events; providing opportunities for development, engagement, education and growth through volunteering, participation, as audience or makers.
Teignmouth’s Grand Pier is a magnificent Victorian structure and compliments the town with fine views across the bay. Situated in the middle of the sea front, it offers you all the traditional attractions and entertainment of a Great British seaside holiday.
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The first record of Teignmouth, Tengemuða, meaning mouth of the stream, was in 1044. Nonetheless settlements very close by are attested earlier, with the banks of the Teign estuary having been in Saxon hands since at least 682, a battle between the Ancient Britons and Saxons being recorded on Haldon in 927, and Danish raids having occurred on the Teign estuary in 1001.
The River Teign is an impressive 30miles long and winds its way down from Dartmoor to the...
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The town is the home of Teignmouth A.F.C. whose first team currently play in the South West Peninsula League and reserves play in the South Devon League division two. The town is also the home of Teignmouth R.F.C. with the 1st XV playing in the South West 1 league. The Den Bowling Club situated on the sea front is the home of the Teignmouth Open Bowls Tournament. Teignmouth Shotokan Karate Club was established in 1984 and trains twice weekly at Teignmouth Community College.
When you take a stroll along the promenade towards the Grand Pier, and look around at the classic Georgian and Victorian architecture, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d slipped back in time to a bygone era. If you like your history even older, take a trip to Old Walls Vineyard in nearby Bishopsteignton. There is evidence of a vineyard on this site dating back to Roman times, and you can pick up a bottle of the latest vintage as a perfect memento of your stay.
... on the 26th day of this instant July 1690 by Foure of the clocke in the morning, your poor petitioners were invaded (by the French) to the number of 1,000 or thereabouts, who in the space of three hours tyme, burnt down to the ground the dwelling houses of 240 persons of our parish and upwards, plundered and carried away all our goods, defaced our churches, burnt ten of our ships in the harbour, besides fishing boats, netts and other fishing craft ...
Located on the estuary side of town, this charming beach takes you back to days gone by....
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Rock pools to explore, occasional sightings of dolphins, brightly coloured painted beach...
Family orientated restaurant, café and takeaway where the emphasis is on serving locally sourced foods which are freshly prepared. Breakfasts served all day, every day, deli snacks, main courses and children’s menu.
A summer to compare all summers… I woke this morning to grey skies, & it felt right. We’re packing up & heading back to Kent. That wonderful stretch of 3 weeks of holidays is over. I feel morose. We have been so lucky. The sun has shone day after day. The pile of jumpers &
A version of the legend of the Parson and Clerk dating to 1900 tells the tale of the Bishop of Exeter visiting Teignmouth and whilst being guided by a local priest, the devil turns them both to stone, which is seen in the form of two stacks.
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The family beach resort with shops, amusements, go-karts, adventure golf, pubs and...
The seafront benefits from Teignmouth Lido, a public open-air heated swimming pool. This is one of four outdoor pools operated by Teignbridge District Council. The others are at Buckfastleigh, Ashburton and Buckland.
… 205 minutes in good traffic I haven’t felt like I’ve had the time to be miserable about being back home. What with labelling school uniform & shoes, filling in school forms, working out travel logistics, not to mention the emotional attention for avoiding, or dealing, with nerves. It’s just that every so often Google
by the late horrid invasion there were within the space of 12 houres burnt downe and consumed 116 dwelling houses ... and also 172 dwelling houses were rifled and plundered and two parish churches much ruined, plundred and defaced, besides the burning of ten saile of shipps with the furniture thereof, and the goods and merchandise therein ...