• Just STOP……….. Please

    Just STOP, please. That’s what we would say, if we could just sum up into one sentence how we feel and what we would like to say about plastic straw usage. Since October last year we have collected approximately 35,000 – 40,000 waste plastic straws from our local Teignmouth businesses to make a commissioned sculpture

  • Wow 30,000+ straws…….

    After many hours collecting over 30,000 waste plastic straws from our local Teignmouth businesses, cleaning them and drying them off, making a coat base and attaching each straw by hand, TRAIL has now proudly finished the commission for the Marine Conservation Society. Amy McCarthy and Sam Lock of TRAIL commented on their achievement saying “we’ve

  • TRAIL to launch new @TeignVironment

    TRAL has now created a new twitter page for @TeignVironment, Follow to keep up to date with news, activities and events happening with @TeignVironment. @TeignVironment is  funded by People’s Health Trust using money raised by Health Contact through the Health Lottery.

  • TRAIL has received lottery funding…

    TRAIL is pleased to announce a new community project Thanks to funding from People’s Health Trust, the TeignVironment project will start two new community art groups for residents in Teignmouth, Devon. Starting on Thursday 1 February, TeignVironment will provide weekly art workshops for adults and young people; and from Saturday 3 February weekly art workshops

  • 2018 Artists

    The 2018 #Artist brief is now available on our website, you can read and download direct from our Artist Information page. For any further information contact us at trailartuk@googlemail.com 

  • Thank you businesses in Teignmouth

    A huge THANK YOU Goes out to all the businesses that have been collecting and giving us their waste straws The response from our local Teignmouth businesses has been amazing, thank you from all of us at TRAIL

  • TRAIL and Marine Conservation Society 2018 project started

    TRAIL is  excited to announce that we have already begun our 2018 project with the Marine Conservation Society on banning/ceasing the use of single use plastic straws. TRAIL has the privilege to be making a new coat for Wallace the wet wipe monster, to be made completely out of waste/used single use plastic straws. Our


    TRAIL is supporting and  promoting the Blue Belt  You can help protect 4 million square kilometres of ocean if you tell your MP to Back The Blue Belt now. It only takes a minute – just click on this link.  Great British Oceans, a coalition of the Blue Marine Foundation, Greenpeace, Marine Conservation Society, The

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