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An autumn walk on the wild side with spiders, squirrels & crocs

A walk on the wild side with the spiders, squirrels and crocs Continue reading

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The Regent Cinema: the iconic Art Deco cinema in Lyme Regis is no more

There’s so much more to bricks and mortar as we have seen when the Lyme Regis Regent Cinema was destroyed by fire Continue reading

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Bowjangles on the Box: if you get a chance to see them, do go, you won’t be disappointed

There is something especially unique about a live performance and none more so than Bowjangles on the Box. There is never dull moment! Continue reading

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The Victorian gentry were wheeled down to the sea in theirs but they were missing out

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside, oh I do like to be beside the sea…   Just what is it that draws us to the ocean? The rhythmic sound of the waves as they wash up over … Continue reading

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St Michael the Archangel is looking down onto Lyme Regis

I am very easily side-tracked, it’s a personal failing I suspect rather than one that is peculiar to my industry! Having exhausted Google, I decided there was nothing better than some face-to-face or should that be face-to-museum-exhibit, to get the … Continue reading

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Red Bull Harbour Reach Lyme Regis

It was pure coincidence that I happened to be in Lyme Regis on Saturday 21 July 2012, I recall I wanted to enjoy that oh so Victorian jolly pastime of ‘taking the sea air’ and in their usual Saturday┬ásloth-like manner, … Continue reading

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Monmouth Beach – the siege is over…for now

The siege over, people start to venture from their homes, Still a little nervous and some battle weary But all pleased to be out, away from the closed confines of┬ásealed doors and sandbags. We had heard news of a new … Continue reading

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