Viv Wilson returns with her compilation of archive film and photographs
This town has numerous reasons to be proud – proud of the people it has nurtured, the events it has hosted, its voluntary groups founded which support the community.
Our most famous sons are undoubtedly MUSE, the band of 3 young men who grew up here and did a stunning pair of home concerts attracting over 20,000 people in 2009 and whose success and fame continues across the world.
Viv intends to keep the flavour of “yesteryear” in her programme “Pride of Teignmouth” taking place in the Pavilions at 2.30pm on Saturday 5 May.
Image - Home guards assemble at Teignmouth Railway Station towards the End of World War II.
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