What's On

The Museum has now closed for the 2018 season and will re-open in February.

Please see below as some exhibitions and events will continue through the Winter months.

  • During the season, we are open Tuesday – Saturday 10.00 am – 4.30 pm February, March and October
  • 10.00 am – 5.00 pm April to September
  • Closed Sundays and Mondays

EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

 

On Saturday December 8th, as part of our Vote 100 celebrations, Marilyn Smee will be giving a Votes for Women lecture on the suffragists and chartists.

This lecture is free and open to all. Teas and coffees will be served from 10:30, and the talk will begin at 11.

 


EVENTS

The Teign Room is available for hire to local community groups and businesses. All enquiries to info@teignheritage.org.uk or 01626 777041

 



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REGULAR WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

If you would like to participate in any of these events please contact the organiser on the number provided below …..

Monday

5.00pm-6.00pmLow impact aerobics (Carole-Anne Barr) 07472 059428
6.15pm-7.15pmExercise class (Kirsten Dolby) 07703 137253
7.30pm-8.30pmTeignmouth Shotokan Karate Club (Mike Cheesley) 07905560705

Tuesday

9.15am-12.15pmPilates  (3 sessions) (Wendy Blackburn: 07815 489797)
2.00pm-3.00pmPilates (Wendy Blackburn) 07815 489797
5.00pm-7.00pmFitsteps (2 sessions) (Carole-Anne Barr) 07472 059428

Wednesday

9.30am-12.15pmYoga (2 sessions) (Jan Hockley) 07779 784409
8.00pm-10.00pmMorris Dancing (Amanda Veal) 01626 77540

Thursday

9.30am-10.30amPilates (Wendy Blackburn) 07815 489797
6.00pm -7.00pmAerobics (Carole-Anne Barr) 07472 059428
7.00pm-8.00pmZumba (Carole-Anne Barr) 07472 059428

Friday

10.00am-11.15amPilates and Relaxation (Beth Stevens) 07773 367455)

If you would like to participate in any of these events please contact the organiser on the numbers provided.

Teignmouth Town Heritage Trail

The Trail was started in 2005 by the Teignmouth Folk Festival with boards at points of interest round the town for residents and visitors to read. This proved very popular, and it was extended to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year in 2012 and again in 2014. Taking advantage of new technology, the Trail now incorporates a website which can be accessed by Smartphone. There are also Audio Guides using microdot technology which allow users to access the trail information if they have sight problems. The Trail starts at the Museum and the Audio Guides are available there to pick up from Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am. There is a deposit to be paid for taking the Audio Guides out of the Museum.