Your Complete Guide
to Events and Organisations
Lyme Regis -
'The Pearl of Dorset' Set in the midst of the magnificent 'Jurassic Coast' World Heritage Site
Whether you fancy fossiling,
Fishing or feeding fish;
supping (Stand Up Paddleboarding) on the water or in a pub; walking
or watching a show;
visiting art studios or exhibitions
Lyme Regis offers it all.
Things to do
always lots of things going on throughout the year in Lyme Regis. Click on
the event to go to the month it happens.
Regis Town Band plays on the seafront throughout summer and at various concerts throughout the year
The Town Mill
is a working watermill nestling around a cobbled courtyard, with restored mill buildings.
Lyme Regis Museum Built on the site of the home of Lyme’s renowned fossilist Mary Anning, the museum is one of the architectural gems of the town.
National Theatre Live Arrives
are jumping for joy to announce that the Marine Theatre is presenting
National Theatre Live, RSC Live, and other live event
audience survey saw a significant demand for National Theatre
Live, so we are delighted to offer everyone in the community
the chance to see internationally acclaimed performances that
will compliment our programme of live music, comedy and
No need to be bored here!
To view more go to Clubs
About 'What's on in Lyme'
'What's on in Lyme' is the only Lyme Regis web site dedicated to supporting and publicising the many events local volunteers and fund-raisers organise.
Thousands of pounds are raised for both local and international charities every year:
Lyme Regis is a great community
and a fun place to be:
so join in,
enjoy yourself - and please give generously or ...
your time is just as valuable as a donation -
why not lend a hand?
Georgia joins the volunteers of Lyme Regis
of four and dog rescued as yacht sinks ...More
guests at RNLI Lyme Regis lifeboat book launch ....More
boss boosts lifeboat fund with a dance ....More
Cheque handshake. Mike McAlpine,
(left) Deputy Launching Authority at RNLI Lyme Regis, thanks gym owner
Craig Bernhardt for his donation. Also pictured personal trainers Duncan
Bryant, far left, Josh Armytage, centre, and Scott Bean.
Four rescued by
Lyme Regis RNLI crew as powerboat 'drifts towards rocks' ....More
launched to ‘youngsters in trouble’ ....More
How a yellow welly and a penny farthing set
out to boost lifeboat charity ....More
helicopter exercises with lifeboat crew and coastguards....More