25 March - Today, on a cracking spring day, about a dozen eco-warriors of all ages and five dogs of all ages gathered to clean the beach at Soar Mill Cove. All the eco-warriors worked hard, four of the dogs had a good swim and, as can be seen from the size of the filled bags, the beach is now much cleaner. The eco-warriors, but not the dogs, were then given a delicious Devonshire cream elevenses by the Soar Mill Cove Hotel, to the management of which they are extremely grateful.

 


 

A quick guide......... 

The Society's objectives are:                                             

To stimulate interest and care for the beauty, history and character of the South Hams.
To encourage high standards of planning and architecture that respect the character of the South Hams.
To secure the protection and improvement of the landscape, features of historic interest and public amenity.
To promote the conservation of the South Hams as a living, working environment.

There is more information on the Society, and an invitation to join it (only £10 a year!), at About/Join SHS.  Committee members, their contact details, and notes on their recent meetings are also under About.

We publish four bulletins a year.  Any issue since 2007 can be downloaded from About/Bulletins.

Beach cleans and the social programme for 2016 are at Events.

We take the South Devon AONB very seriously.  The pages under Protected Areas are intended to increase people's knowledge and appreciation of the AONB and the other designated areas.

Since the beginning of 2012 the Society has commented on planning applications in Bantham, Brixham, Buckland Tout Saints, Chivelstone, Dartington, Dean Prior, Frogmore & Sherford,Halwell & Moreleigh, Harberton, Kingsbridge, Loddiswell, Malborough, Modbury, Newton & Noss, North Huish, Rattery, Salcombe, Stoke Fleming, Stoke Gabriel, Stokenham, Strete, Wembury and Woodleigh.  The texts are at Planning/Applications.