Set in the midst of the magnificent 'Jurassic Coast' World Heritage Site.
Whether you fancy fishing or fossiling; supping on the water or in a pub; watching a film or show; visiting the museum or art studios Lyme Regis offers it all.
On Christmas Day there were hundreds of people on Charmouth beach as ‘swimmers’ in all sorts of costumes: mermaids, knights, nuns, bananas took the plunge in the icy waters for charity, raising more than £1,6000. Lyme Regis RNLI lifeboat crew were there to keep a safety eye on the swimmers.
'What's on in Lyme' is Lyme Regis's only independent site dedicated to supporting and publicising the many events local volunteers and fund-raisers organise, raising thousands of pounds 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!
The Formidable Lyme Lunge
Rotary President Mark Tredwin presents H4H Representatives Peter Lacy (left) and Richard Lupton (right) with a cheque for £4300 More info