Friendly faces from the Love Your Beach campaign group will join Wallace to provide tips and advice about looking after the beach.
There will also badge making, a giant deckchair and a selfie competition.
Three days of entertainment and education and street theatre and family activities will take place from August 15 – 17 in the seaside town to celebrate life beside the seaside and explain more about how we can keep our beaches clean and seas sparkling.
The activities have been funded by Teignbridge District Council and Teignmouth Town Council, working with the Environment Agency, South West Water, the Marine Conservation Society and Teignmouth Recycled Art In The Landscape (TRAIL).
HUNDREDS of people lined Hampshire’s railways to catch a glimpse of one of the world’s most iconic and recognisable steam engines.
The Flying Scotsman chugged through the county yesterday as part of its Countryside Tour.
TRAIN lovers are being urged to stay safe when the world famous steam train The Flying Scotsman returns to the county tomorrow.
Network Rail has warned train enthusiasts to keep off the tracks when the 94-year-old locomotive travels from London Victoria to Sussex as part of its summer tour.
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Read more Come and join the Skate jam and Sports Bug celebration in Teignmouth this weekend The full programme of events is: Tuesday August 15 (11am – 4pm) – Monster fun on the sands!
The Marine Conservation Society is bringing Wallace the Wet Wipe Monster* to Teignmouth Beach to help people understand why flushing the wrong stuff down the loo is bad, both financially and environmentally**.
Enthusiasts came out in force, with many cramming on to Romsey railway station’s platforms as it steamed through.