Teignmouth


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Teignmouth

(tĭn`məth), town (1991 pop. 12,500), Devon, SW England, at the mouth of the Teign River on the English Channel. Teignmouth is a seaport and resort. The harbor, important in the Middle Ages, is used chiefly by yachtsmen and fishermen.
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The man, who has not been named, was found floating just under the surface of the water after a 20-minute search by the Teignmouth inshore lifeboat with both police and coastguard helicopters.
On the days we didn't fancy venturing far, we had the choice of a short walk to the papershop (which doubled conveniently as a small general store) or a short drive to either Dawlish or Teignmouth. We were less impressed with the former's rather touristy centre although we enjoyed a pleasant walk along the seafront and made several return visits to the excellent sandy beach at neighbouring Dawlish Warren.
HARLEM has a busy week, with concerts at Kidderminster, Sutton Coldfield, Stroud, Teignmouth and Falmouth.
Last night Mrs Pope, 49, from Teignmouth, Devon, said: "The Government have written Jason off - but we are convinced that he is still alive."
Mr Burgess, aged 37, and Mrs Burgess, aged 27, from Wooburn Green, Buckinghamshire, were flying from Teignmouth in Devon to Denham in Buckinghamshire.
Dad-of-three Craig, 28, of Teignmouth, Devon, added: "It may not have been the day we planned in our heads but it didn't matter to us.
Teignmouth lifeboat spokesman Tony Watson said there had been red flags flying at the beach, popular with holidaymakers during the first week of the school summer break, warning people not to swim because of the strong current.
Martin, 41, (above) of Teignmouth, snapped up a pounds 150 PENN 525 Mag Xtra prize reel.
She was educated at the Convent of Notre Dame in Teignmouth, Devon, and then at St Augustine's Priory, Ealing, west London.
She helped Stoke Gabriel Ladies to a 6-2 victory over bitter rivals Teignmouth in the Devon Women's League.
Unconfirmed reports suggest the man had been trying to rescue his son from strong surf off the sandy beach at the popular holiday spot of Teignmouth.
Norman, of Teignmouth, Devon, said: "I feel I have more right to use the badge than they do.