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Newest Edition

The 4th edition of the Town Council’s Newsletter Wavelength is now available. Read it below:

July/August 2022 Newsletter

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Wavelength

About Wavelength

In May 2021 the Council produced its very first edition of what we hope will become a regular newsletter called Wavelength. The Council is trying to improve its engagement with the people of Teignmouth and felt it was time to produce regular information on what’s happening in the town, what’s happening within the Council, forthcoming events, important information and clarification on current issues, etc. The first edition was delivered door-to-door, as well as being made available online, as a means to launch the newsletter itself, but also to launch the Consultation Period for the first draft of the Neighbourhood Plan (which is now closed).

Only limited numbers of paper copies will be printed and made available in hubs around the town – i.e. The Pavilions, the Library, TAAG on the seafront, all 3 Doctors’ surgeries, Alice Cross Centre, Richard Newton Hall, Meadow Centre and, of course, Bitton House.

Submitting Something for Wavelength

If you have something you think should be included then please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the Enquiries Form on the website which you’ll find in the Contact Us tab

or

email enquiries@teignmouth-devon.gov.uk and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Currently Councillor Atkins is heading up this project and would also be happy to talk to anyone about it – her contact details can be found on the Councillors page.

Editions of Wavelength

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