THE FRIENDS OF LYME REGIS MUSEUM
Registered Charity No. 278774
are proud of the help they have given and continue to give to
Lyme Regis Museum.
We act as a support group, giving financial and practical assistance and many of our members are volunteers at the museum in a wide range of roles.
We exist only to support the museum in every possible way, and to involve the public at large in this unique, vibrant, something-for-everyone place of learning and activity.
Come and join us and become part of the Friends community.
Apart from helping out at the Museum in so many ways we also have a social side which features interesting talks, outings, and fun fund-raising events for adults and children. The degree of your involvement in any or all of these aspects of our work would be entirely up to you.
Our Next Events
31st May & 1st June Second-hand Book Sale
from 11:am in The Shelters
Convert your old slides to digital images
and help raise funds.
At least 90% of the cost will be donated to
The Museum Development Fund.
How to Join
Single annual membership fee £8.00
Family/Couple annual membership £12.00.
Single Membership provides free museum entry to one guest and Family Membership provides free museum entry to two guests.
You will also receive a copy of our twice-yearly newsletter “Museum Friend” either electronically or by post, whichever you prefer. Members are welcome to contribute articles and ideas.
The link to our latest Newsletter can be found above. Also an example of the type of interesting article in “Museum Friend” is shown on the Museum Blog.
Do join us if you can – it’s always such a pleasure to have new members on board.
You don’t live in Lyme Regis? Perhaps you even live abroad? No matter: your support would be most welcome just the same – and you’ll have a ready-made group of Friends every time you come back to this beautiful town!
Just complete the application form (and Gift Aid declaration if you are a UK tax-payer) and return it to our Membership Secretary, Sylvia Oliver: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sir David Attenborough, the world’s best-known naturalist
Tracy Chevalier, author of “Remarkable Creatures”, a novel with Mary Anning as its central character