Which Teignbridge beaches have a dog plan in place from April?

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(Last Updated On: March 7, 2019)

Some beaches in Teignbridge have a dog ban in place from 1st April. Dog bans run from 1st April to 30th September.

The following beaches have a dog ban in place from 1st April until 1st September :

Teignmouth beach, dogs are not permitted along the seashore between the slipway at Eastcliff and the Lighthouse at the Point. Dogs are to be kept on a lead in and around the Den and Promenade.

Shaldon beach, dogs are not permitted along the seashore between the Clipper Quay and the steps to the beach approximately 410 metres south east of the Clipper Quay.

Dawlish beach and Coryton cove, dogs are not permitted along the seashore from the slipway to Coryton Cove.

Dawlish Warren, dogs are not permitted between the lifeguard tower and groyne 3 or on a 230 metre section of the beach, west of Red Rock Café (follow seawall from Dawlish Warren – Dawlish)  All dogs must be kept on leads, no more than 2 metres in length, all year round. See below for where dogs are permitted at Dawlish Warren.

The following beaches allow dogs all year: River Beach, Teignmouth. Ness Cove, Shaldon. Holcombe Beach, Teignmouth. Dawlish Warren between groyne 3 and 9, dogs are permitted all year around.

In Torbay and South Hams dog bans come into place at some beaches on 1st May.

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