What's On in Lyme Regis


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Lyme Regis


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June Diary  2019 ~ Guitars on the Beach  ~ Coast to Coast Motorcycle Run  ~ Boat Building Academy Launch

 

Saturday 1st June
 

RNLI Flag Day:   volunteer collectors will be on duty in Lyme Regis and Charmouth

 

Lyme Regis Day of Morris Dancing:  Performances on the seafront throughout the day, including Morris dancing sides from across the country, local schools and a Morris band.  start at11am.

 

 

Monday 3rd June

 

 

 

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION VETERANS AND FAMILIES EVENT
Come along and meet our Information Volunteers who can advise you on the services the RBL has available to assist our Veterans and Families. This is a relaxed opportunity over a cuppa to get to know what the RBL can do to help.

Non RBL members are most welcome to pop in especially if you have a relative or dependent who may be entitled to assistance.  LYME REGIS BAPTIST CHURCH HALL, (top of Broad Street) First Monday of the Month from 10 AM to Midday More info contact:  LymeRegis.chairman@rbl.community  Telephone: 07584993955

 

 

TUESDAY 4 JUNE

 

CINEMA:  TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: THE GRAPES OF WRATH
Starring Henry Fonda: Tom Joad returns from prison to his Oklahoma home. He is barely in time to join his family on their arduous trek to California, having just quit their Dust Bowl-ravaged farm. Cert. PG. Duration 129 minutes  £6 advance / £7.50 on the door  Starts 7:30 P.M.
www.marinetheatre.com

 

WEDNESDAY 5 JUNE

SCREENING:  THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
Shakespeare’s comedy is re-imagined with England as a matriarchy. Baptista Minola is seeking to sell off her son Katherine to the highest bidder. Cue an explosive battle of the sexes in this electrically charged love story.  £5 under 18s advance or on the door / £11 advance adults / £14 on the door  Starts 7 P.M. 
www.marinetheatre.com

 

Thursday 6th  
   

 

75th Anniversary of D Day

 

 


Friday 7th

 

Our Planet – a groundbreaking new collaborative series narrated by Sir David Attenborough. 5th of 8  The  Driftwood Café and Church, Broad Street is hosting the series for Turn Lyme Green, giving us all a chance to learn more about the future we are facing on our planet.  Come to them all - Come to a few; dip in and out.  Either way you are in for a treat. The viewings are free, 7pm.  Refreshments will be available. See right  www.turnlymegreen.co.uk



Sat 8th Jun 2019 to Sun 9th Jun 2019

 Jurassic Coast Challenge 2019  www.jurassiccoastchallenge.com


 

Saturday 8th



South West Optimist Zone Championships

Lyme Regis Sailing club

 

 

SUNDAY 9 JUNE


South West Optimist Zone Championships

Lyme Regis Sailing club

 

 

MUSIC:  THE SUNDAY SESSIONS
Sunday papers, local drinks, and the best local musicians - that’s our free entry post-roast session in our lovely bar overlooking the Cobb. If you'd like to play please apply to declan@howlrecords.com.  Free entry, no tickets  Bar opens and starts at 3 P.M.
www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

Wednesday June 12th 2019
 

Coach trip to Lytes Cary Manor and Midney Gardens and Nursery

Lytes Cary is an intimate manor house featuring a 14th-century chapel and 15th-century Great Hall. Its Arts & Crafts-style garden is an inspiring combination of outdoor rooms, topiary, statues and herbaceous borders. Small tea room and shop.

Midney is a 1.4-acre plantsman’s garden and nursery, where unusual planting combinations, interesting use of colour and a natural flowing style create a garden full of variety and inspiration. Includes seaside garden, white garden, kitchen garden, woodland walk, wildlife pond and undercover world gardens.

Cost for members £18 if also a National Trust member, £22 if not. Guests welcome at an additional cost of £3. Cost includes tea and cake at Midney. Coach departs Uplyme Village Hall at 9.15am. Please ring Annie Kobus 01297 443346 to book.  Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society

 

Growing up in a Polish resettlement camp
Bozena Brophy grew up in the Polish resettlement camp at Northwick Park in Gloucestershire. Northwick Park was owned by the Spencer Churchill family and had lakes, a walled garden and the barracks and Nissan huts that had previously housed troops. She will speak about her experiences of life in the camp.
Coffee served from 10.00 am till 10.40, followed by the talk at 11am till noon. Venue; Woodmead Halls, Hill Road, Lyme Regis DT7 3PG. Free to members, £2 donation suggested for non-members. To join U3A see website www.lymeregisu3a.org or telephone 01297-444566

 

 

Boat Building Academy Boat Launch
  Just eight months ago this Class  was learning how to sharpen chisels and make dovetail joints.  Now they’re making boats as part of their training
on our intensive 38 week ‘Boat Building, Maintenance and Support’ course.  You can read what brought each student to the Academy and follow the progress of the boat builds at www.boatbuildingacademy.com.

At 2.30pm(ish) the boats will be led from the Academy’s workshops on Monmouth Beach to Lyme Regis Harbour. Champagne corks will pop  and each boat will be launched into the water for the first time. The launch will celebrate the achievements of the class, the end of their training at the Academy and the start of their new lives as boat builders. the slipway  - This is an approximate time due to the scale of the event.  more info.. see right

 

 

THURSDAY 13 JUNE

 

CINEMA:  THE SEAGULL 
Based on Chekhov’s play with Saoirse Ronan and Annette Bening in the lead roles: in the early 20th century, an aging actress and her lover visit the estate of her elderly brother.  Cert. 15. Duration 119 minutes  £6 advance / £7.50 on the door  Starts 7:30 P.M.
www.marinetheatre.com

 

FRIDAY 14 JUNE

 

 

Our Planet – a groundbreaking new collaborative series narrated by Sir David Attenborough. 6th of 8  The  Driftwood Café and Church, Broad Street is hosting the series for Turn Lyme Green, giving us all a chance to learn more about the future we are facing on our planet.  Come to them all - Come to a few; dip in and out.  Either way you are in for a treat. The viewings are free, 7pm.  Refreshments will be available. See right  www.turnlymegreen.co.uk

 

 

THEATRE:  A PERFECT WORLD
This rollicking music-filled adventure is from Miracle Theatre, an acclaimed company. A feisty young woman ventures into a world of undiscovered jungles, treasure maps, and penknives. Bring your own seating for this outdoor performance.
  ‘Miracle are a joy – go and see them!’ ~ Western Morning News  £12 adults, £10 children, £40 family advance / £14 adults, £12 children, £45 family on the door. Starts 7:30 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

Saturday 15th June


Guitars on the Beach 
Guitars On The Beach is the UK’s largest guitar festival at which hundreds of guitarists of all ages and abilities come together to simultaneously play together a selection of well-known songs and form Britain’s biggest band, performing on the beach in Lyme Regis in Dorset.   Guitars on the Beach

 

Sunday 16th   Fathers Day 

 

Summer Plant Fair  – Our annual summer plant fair in aid of the Devon Hardy Plants Society. Up to 12 selected nurseries from throughout the South West of England bringing their best plants for summer to sell!  £1 entrance to plant fair which is taken off your entrance to the garden if you do go around the garden.  10am - 3pm  www.burrowfarmgardens.co.uk  Dalwood, Axminster

 

CINEMA:  ALL OVER THE TOWN
As part of Marine Theatre The First 125 Years, this is a complimentary screening for the community of the 1949 classic film–which was all filmed in Lyme Regis. How many times can you spot the Marine?  Free tickets. Starts 7:30 P.M.
www.marinetheatre.com

 

TUESDAY 18 JUNE

 

CINEMA:  TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: THE PIANO
Ada, a Scottish woman mute since childhood, gives lessons to an uneducated Englishman–and the scene is set for a passionate and sensual relationship. Cert. 15. Duration 120 minutes  £6 advance / £7.50 on the door. Starts 7:30 P.M.
www.marinetheatre.com

 

THURSDAY 20th

THEATRE:  The Lyme Regis Revue
Lyme Regis Comes Together For Marine’s Anniversary
  The Marine Theatre is 125 years old this year, and has organised a host of events as part of the celebrations, including a brand new production called the Lyme Regis Revue. Cultural groups from across the community community are joining us for this important occasion. The town is coming together to celebrate the wealth of talent in Lyme Regis. Each group will create their own short performance, which will all run across each evening, to create a fantastic and eclectic celebration—a ‘best of’ Lyme Regis. The organisations include The Marine Players, Lyme School of Ballet, B Sharp, and the Lyme Regis Pantomime Society. The Lyme Regis arts venue is also asking supporters to Adopt A Year from its history. It could be the year of your birth or a special historic event. The scheme is about supporting the Marine but each person gets some amazing things. £6 children, £12 adults advance / £8 children, £14.50 adults on the door.  Starts 7:30 P.M. 20 June 
 www.marinetheatre.com
 

 

FRIDAY 21 JUNE

 

Our Planet – a groundbreaking new collaborative series narrated by Sir David Attenborough. 7th of 8  The  Driftwood Café and Church, Broad Street is hosting the series for Turn Lyme Green, giving us all a chance to learn more about the future we are facing on our planet.  Come to them all - Come to a few; dip in and out.  Either way you are in for a treat. The viewings are free, 7pm.  Refreshments will be available. See right  www.turnlymegreen.co.uk

 


PARADE:  MARINE THEATRE - THE FIRST 125 YEARS  Cancelled
 

THEATRE:  The Lyme Regis Revue
Lyme Regis Comes Together For Marine’s Anniversary

The Marine Theatre is 125 years old this year, and has organised a host of events as part of the celebrations, including a brand new production called the Lyme Regis Revue. Cultural groups from across the community community are joining us for this important occasion. The town is coming together to celebrate the wealth of talent in Lyme Regis. Each group will create their own short performance, which will all run across each evening, to create a fantastic and eclectic celebration—a ‘best of’ Lyme Regis. The organisations include The Marine Players, Lyme School of Ballet, B Sharp, and the Lyme Regis Pantomime Society. The Lyme Regis arts venue is also asking supporters to Adopt A Year from its history. It could be the year of your birth or a special historic event. The scheme is about supporting the Marine but each person gets some amazing things. £6 children, £12 adults advance / £8 children, £14.50 adults on the door.  Starts  8 P.M. 21 June  www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

Saturday 22nd

 

Axe Vale Show - Axminster - Music - Stalls - Displays
Coach Parties welcome Dogs welcome.   THE SHOWGROUND, Trafalgar Way, AXMINSTER From 10am to 6 pm  Axe Vale Show

 

Velo Vintage Occasion & Ride, Seaton

We're delighted to be holding our 14th Occasion & Ride in the coastal resort of Seaton on the Jurassic Coast. We had such a wonderful time last year, we just had to return.
The ride distance will be no more than 9 miles at a very relaxed pace.  Tickets must be purchased before the event for riders.   You don't need a vintage bicycle, but you do need a bicycle!  Vintage/traditional attire is the order of the day  Spectators are free to come and meet us, indeed are positively encouraged.  In aid of Headway Devon.  11 am Grand Depart from Seaton Jurassic.  More info:  www.velovintage.co.uk

 

 

 

THEATRE:  The Lyme Regis Revue
Lyme Regis Comes Together For Marine’s Anniversary

The Marine Theatre is 125 years old this year, and has organised a host of events as part of the celebrations, including a brand new production called the Lyme Regis Revue. Cultural groups from across the community community are joining us for this important occasion. The town is coming together to celebrate the wealth of talent in Lyme Regis. Each group will create their own short performance, which will all run across each evening, to create a fantastic and eclectic celebration—a ‘best of’ Lyme Regis. The organisations include The Marine Players, Lyme School of Ballet, B Sharp, and the Lyme Regis Pantomime Society. The Lyme Regis arts venue is also asking supporters to Adopt A Year from its history. It could be the year of your birth or a special historic event. The scheme is about supporting the Marine but each person gets some amazing things. £6 children, £12 adults advance / £8 children, £14.50 adults on the door.  Starts  2:30 P.M. and 7:30 P.M. on 22 June  www.marinetheatre.com

 

Sunday 23rd June

Coast to Coast:  Jurassic Coast Motorcycle Run: Lyme Regis to Weston-super-Mare  Veteran, Vintage & Post War Classics (in production in the 1990’s) will again start from Lyme Regis promenade (Guncliff) and, after the customary call by the Town Crier and address from the Mayor, will proceed to the Clubs home base at Chilthorne Domer Recreational Club. Then it’s onto Wells Market Place and Bishops Walk for the lunch stop before proceeding to the finish and award presentations by the Mayor on Burnham-on-Sea South Esplanade. Vintage Motorcycle Club, Dorset section visit Lyme Regis.  Come and view the parade of bikes first  at the Guncliff and talk to the riders  This event is open to motor bikes in production up to and including 1972 including Veteran and Vintage.   Departs in small groups from 10am from Cobb Gate/Marine Parade.  Arrive early to have a good look at the bikes!  Supported Charity: Headway Somerset More info www.wcmcc.org.uk  Westland Classic Motorcycle Club

Axe Vale Show - Axminster - Music - Stalls - Displays
Coach Parties welcome Dogs welcome.
  THE SHOWGROUND, Trafalgar Way, AXMINSTER From 10am to 6 pm  Axe Vale Show
 

THEATRE:  MORGAN & WEST’S UTTERLY SPIFFING MAGIC SHOW FOR KIDS AND CHILDISH GROWN-UPS
Time-travelling magicians Morgan & West present a jaw-dropping magic extravaganza as part of our 125th anniversary celebrations. 
‘Hilarious and good for all ages’ ~ Primary Times  ★★★★ hugely talented’ ~  Daily Mirror  ★★★★ ‘superbly crafted’ ~ The Stage  £9 adults, £7 children, £25 family (two adults and two children) advance / £11 adults, £9 children, £29 family (two adults and two children) on the door   Starts 2 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

Tuesday 25th June

CINEMA: ALL IS TRUE

Starring Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, and Ian McKellen, this film tells the story of William Shakespeare’s final days.   ★★★★ ‘Ben Elton's poignant Bard biopic’ ~ The Guardian  £6 advance / £7.50 on the door  Starts 7:30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

Wednesday June 26th 2019
 

‘The Dutch Flower Painters and Landscape Painting’ by Pam Simpson

Pam will talk about the Dutch flower painters and show how landscape painting evolves. Pam is an Art and Design Historian, who has worked in London art schools for 30 years, including the Royal College of Art. She spent 20 years at Middlesex University.
She lives in West Dorset now and is currently Associate Lecturer at Bath Spa University in the art school and at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. Pam teaches short courses and study days in Bridport and in 2019 in Lyme Regis.  Everyone is welcome. The talk starts at Uplyme Village Hall at 7.30pm. Refreshments are available from 7.15pm. Members free; non-members £3. 
Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society

 

THURSDAY 27 JUNE

 

SCREENING:  NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: SMALL ISLAND
Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation broadcast to the Marine.  £5 under 18s advance or on the door / £11 advance adults / £14 on the door  Starts 7 P.M. 
www.marinetheatre.com

 

FRIDAY 28 JUNE

 

 

Our Planet – a groundbreaking new collaborative series narrated by Sir David Attenborough. 8th of 8  The  Driftwood Café and Church, Broad Street is hosting the series for Turn Lyme Green, giving us all a chance to learn more about the future we are facing on our planet.  Come to them all - Come to a few; dip in and out.  Either way you are in for a treat. The viewings are free, 7pm.  Refreshments will be available. See right  www.turnlymegreen.co.uk

 

 

MUSIC:  TALON
The UK’s leading celebration of the Eagles play all the classics alongside songs from the band’s favourite artists such as John Legend and Lionel Richie.
★★★★ ‘Essential listening if you appreciate great musicianship, major label production standards and the tightest harmonies you will hear this side of Crosby, Stills & Nash’ ~ ‘Maverick Magazine’ £17 Early Bird / £20 standard / £24 on the door  Starts 8 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com

 

SATURDAY 29 JUNE

 

Coffee morning
There are no set charges, but collection boxes for Air Ambulance and RNLI, from 10.30 till 12.30 in Bethany Chapel, Coombe Street, all welcome.
 

 

Paul Rego and Jenny Saville, two contemporary figurative artists: 
part of a Summer Programme of Art and Design History Lectures and a study day:  These artists have very different styles of painting and subject matter, but they share some common ground and I think they make an interesting pairing. Paula Rego refers to art history, fairy tales, magical realism and her biography. There is a museum dedicated to her work in Lisbon, Portugal, her country of origin, a very rare thing for a living artist! Jenny Saville is a consummate painter who has studied the nude in relation to art history, but her take on portraying the female body is unique and thought provoking. 2pm-3.30pm, Uplyme Village Hall, free parking, fee £10  For information or to book: contact Pam Simpson on:    chris.pamsimpson@btinternet.com    or tel: 01300 321715.

 

COMEDY:  LYME REGIS COMEDY CLUB WITH VIKKI STONE
Our multi-talented headliner appears on the John Bishop Show, The Now Show, and won the Soho Theatre Stand-Up Award. She’s joined by Phil Lucas, Tom Glover, and Dan Thomas, the presenter of S4C’s Gwerthu Allan.  ‘The audience were almost crying with laughter’ ~ The Guardian  £8 advance / £10 on the door. Starts 8 P.M.  
www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

SUNDAY 30 JUNE

 

Summer Picnic
 To celebrate 80 years of rescuing and rehoming animals, we are throwing a Big Summer Picnic! Games and activities for all ages and plenty more to be announced. Stay up to date on our Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/FerneAnimalSanctuary or our website www.ferneanimalsanctuary.org

 

 

 

MUSIC:  JAZZ IN THE BAR WITH LYNN THORNTON
This is a 1930s tinged special of our jazz night, starring the vocalist from Just Misbehavin’. £8 advance / £12 on the door  Starts 8 P.M.
  www.marinetheatre.com

 


June: Dogs banned

 from the town's main beaches.  (1st May until 30th September)
Permitted on Back Beach & Church Cliff,  Monmouth Beach.

Dogs need to be on a lead all year on
Marine Parade, Cart Road, Gun Cliff, Church Cliff Walk, the Harbour, the Cobb,  Lister & Langmoor Gardens

Please check notices locally to verify this information

 

Download Car Parks Map
if you park in the road please do so considerately

 
 
 

    Exhibitions

Lyme Regis Art Society Annual Exhibition

Friday May 25th - June 5th

 at the Malthouse, the Town Mill

Open to the public from 10 am to 5 pm. Free Entry.
 


Julie Oldfield
  ‘Pop Up’ painting exhibition 
12th – 26th June

Julie Oldfield will be showing a range of her metal sheet and canvas paintings at a ‘Pop Up’ exhibition in the Town Mill’s Courtyard Gallery, Lyme Regis from 12 – 26 June.

Julie has gained a reputation for her innovative mixed media work, creating stunning sky and landscapes. She is a pioneer in the use of metal patination, where she treats her metal sheets (typically copper or brass) with heat, various chemical reactions and natural weathering to cause changes in colour and texture. This gives a foundation that she develops with spray paints and pastels to complete her images.

Her work on canvas uses texture and weathering to build her paintings. She often incorporates local materials from the location that inspired the painting, such as sand or soil. These textures can subtly change the impression of the work, depending on the angle the viewer sees the painting from.

Julie said, “I love experimenting with the processes I use. Sometimes I get surprising results, which can change my original plans for the painting. They are not intended to be a literal picture of a landscape, like a photograph. Instead, I want to give a feel for a scene, which the viewer can respond to in an emotional and meditative way.”

Julie’s work is in high demand and she has gained a loyal following of collectors, both locally and nationally. Come and see why at the Town Mill exhibition, DT7 3PU, open daily from 10.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m. Some of her work can also be seen online at www.julieoldfield.com  For information, contact Julie Oldfield:  Mobile: 07775422501  Email: julieoldfield2000@hotmail.com

 
Marine Parade Art Events
This summer the new artists group called Lyme Bay Arts CIC, based at The Gallery, Symondsbury, launches its outreach programme by organising several events on Lyme Regis’s Marine Parade.
 
Open daily (10.30-4.30) until 6 July, the Langmoor Room is hosting an exhibition of recent work by Lyme Bay Artists. 

On 29 and 30 June, two workshops in the Lister Room will encourage visitors to “Drop-in and Draw” with Lyme artist Christine Allison on the Saturday and to paint with Seaton-based artist Carolyn King on the Sunday,

and on 29 June and 6 July several popular Lyme Bay artists will be running their own stalls in the Performance Area.
    

 

 

Free Screenings of the new David Attenborough series

Starting on 10 May, there will be 8 weekly films shown
 – Our Planet – a groundbreaking new collaborative series narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
 
   
The films showcase the world’s natural wonders, iconic species,  wildlife spectacles that still remain, whilst setting the backdrop to the current critical moment in our history.
 
We have become the greatest threat to the health of our planet – for the first time, the global connections that all living things rely upon are breaking, but if we act quickly, we have the knowledge and the solutions to make our planet thrive again. Never has it been more important to understand how the natural world works, and how to help it.  We’re the first generation to know what we’re doing, and the last who have a chance to put it right. ‘Our Planet’ is the story of our changing planet, and what we can do to help it thrive.
 
The  Driftwood Café and Church is hosting the series for Turn Lyme Green, giving us all a chance to learn more about the future we are facing on our planet.  Come to them all.  Come to a few; dip in and out.  Either way you are in for a treat. The viewings are free.  Refreshments will be available.   Please spread the word to family and friends. 
www.turnlymegreen.co.uk

 
 

ADVANCE NOTICES
 


ROYAL BRITISH LEGION VETERANS AND FAMILIES TOUCH POINT
LYME REGIS BAPTIST CHURCH HALL

First Monday of the Month from 10 AM to Mid Day

Come along and meet our Information Volunteers who can advise you on the services the RBL has available to assist our Veterans and Families.

This is a relaxed opportunity over a cuppa to get to know what the RBL can do to help.

Non RBL members are most welcome to pop in especially if you have a relative or dependent who may be entitled to assistance

More info contact:  LymeRegis.chairman@rbl.community 
Telephone: 07584993955


LA VIE EN ROSE 
  


DIARY DATE - FRIDAY 6 SEPTEMBER

A special pop up event in aid of Axminster & Lyme Regis Cancer Support Network - Friday 6th September with the fabulous festival favourite La Vie en Rose at Uplyme Village Hall. Tickets will go on sale soon - £25 - which includes a sumptuous Indian banquet courtesy of Khushi Kitchen.  In the meantime pop the date in your diary - it'll be fantastic!
 

LIFEBOAT WEEK 2019
27th July - Friday 2nd August

Programmes on sale in and around Lyme Regis at the end of the June
 


Lyme Bay Chorale Christmas Concert

Sunday 8th December

The programme of Baroque music will include works by Handel, Bach and Haydn, and planning has started in earnest so we can book the very best performers for the event. Working with our patron Philippa Hyde (soprano) plus alto, tenor and bass professional soloists, our musical director Alex Davies will be bringing together a chamber orchestra of fantastic players on flute, oboe, trumpet, timpani, horn, cor anglais, violin, viola, cello, double bass, harpsichord and organ.
late afternoon St Michael's Parish Church, Lyme Regis  We'll bring you more information nearer the time - meanwhile, please put the date in your diary!
 

 

 

Boat Building Academy
student boat launch Lyme Regis Harbour

 

The end of the 38 week Boat Building Course. Students will walk their boats down to Lyme Regis harbour where they will be launched for the first time. The class have completed their training and the day marks the start of their lives as boat builders.

Yvonne Green, Principal of the Academy, says, ‘I’m confident that the students wishing to work in the marine industry will easily find employment. We have an excellent relationship with employers and students join our growing Graduates’ Network which is regularly updated with jobs and opportunities. There is a skills shortage in boat building, which is a thriving industry’.

After a few words from Commander Tim Gedge, a Director of the Academy, the boats will launch one by one into the water. The Academy would be delighted if you would like to join them to celebrate the achievements of the students

Read about where Academy Graduates go on to work, their profiles, photographic build diaries and Graduate case studies, see the Academy’s website at:   www.boatbuildingacademy.com

 

 

WALKS and TOURS

Do take advice about safe tide times before setting off for more than fifteen minutes hike without a guide, along our beautiful beaches: - what appears to be an easy bit of ground to scramble over is more likely to be a treacherous mud slide - don't take a chance!

Liz Jones Memorial Walks

A selection of 12 walks around Lyme Regis area  to do at your leisure  see U3A Page for maps

Lyme History Walks

 Meet at the Marine Theatre


 “Discover the unique and colourful history of Lyme Regis with experienced tour guide Chris Lovejoy”

 01297 443140

www.lymehistorywalks.com
 

Ghost Walks


May – September
From outside Lyme Regis Museum
Lasts 1 hour 

0797 0068 700  www.ghostwalkslyme.org.uk

Mary Anning Walks

Mary Anning was a world famous fossil hunter - and was featured in Tracey Chevalier's novel Remarkable Creatures - hear stories of her life and see where she lived and hunted.
walks@lymeregismuseum.co.uk


Meet at Lyme Regis Philpot Museum, Bridge Street, Lyme Regis, DT7 3QA

Jane Austen Tours

'During the Jane Austen tour we visit the houses in which Jane is said to have stayed and hear stories of Lyme Regis as she would have known it. See where Louisa Musgrove fell on the Cobb.'
Tours run all year round. We have scheduled walks detailed below or you can contact us via our website www.literarylyme.co.uk to arrange another time.

 

Open Air Market

Every Monday
Manor Farm Holiday Centre, Charmouth

 
 

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