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Posts Tagged ‘walks’

EVENTS: Coming up in September

Posted on: 1st September 2014

Lyme’s Eroding Coast Tuesday 30th September at Woodmead Halls – 2.30pm. An illustrated talk by Richard Edmonds, Earth Science Manager for the Jurassic Coast Team. Organised jointly with the Lyme Regis Society and the U3A. This talk costs £3.00 but is free for members of these two organisations and Friends of the Museum. Exhibitions Two… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in August

Posted on: 1st August 2014

Monday 11th August sees an illustrated talk by David Cox, “Some of our Native Wildlife Wonders“, at 7.30 pm at Woodmead Halls, organised by the Friends of Lyme Regis Museum. There are two exhibitions at the Museum this month: World War I and Lyme Regis: The lower gallery of the Museum contains a major exhibition… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in July

EVENTS: Coming up in July

Posted on: 1st July 2014

There are two new exhibitions at the Museum this month: Lyme Regis and WWI, starting on Monday 7 July 2014. This will follow the “Lyme Lads” exhibition about the D-Day landings which closes on July 4th. Inspired by the Old Town Dump by Ronnie Cresswell – in the Rotunda Gallery from 25th June to 3rd… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in June

Posted on: 1st June 2014

There are a couple of interesting events at the Museum this month: Know your Fossils (Saturday 7th June): A talk and hands on experience of local fossils with the Museum’s geologists. Jane Did it First (Thursday 12th June at 2.30 pm in the Guildhall): A talk by Diana Shervington concerning Jane Austen’s unfinished novel, “Sanditon”…. READ MORE

Mary Anning Day 2014

EVENTS: Coming up in May

Posted on: 1st May 2014

There are several events at the Museum this month: Lyme Regis Fossil Festival (Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th May): Schools day on Friday with lots of activities for everyone over the weekend “Know your Fossils” (Saturday 10th May): A talk and hands on experience of local fossils with the Museum’s geologists. Mary Rose Coach Tour… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in April

EVENTS: Coming up in April

Posted on: 1st April 2014

There are three talks this month: 2.30pm Wednesday 2nd April in the Guildhall: “The Day the Earth Moved: The Great Landslip of 1839” – an illustrated talk by Professor Chris Paul as part of the Drawing Inspiration Project running all the way along the Jurassic Coast at this time (see also the current exhibition mentioned… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in March

Posted on: 1st March 2014

There are two talks this month: 2.30pm Thursday 6th March at Woodmead Halls: “The Wonders of Glass” – an illustrated talk by Alan Leadbetter on the history and uses of glass. Organized by the Friends of Lyme Regis Museum. 2.30pm Tuesday 25th March at Woodmead Halls: “Monique Bellingham – Lyme’s Canadienne” – an illustrated talk… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in February

EVENTS: Coming up in February

Posted on: 2nd February 2014

There are two talks this month: 2.30pm Thursday 6th February at Woodmead Halls: A talk by Tony Smale entitled “The Code Breakers of Bletchley Park”, giving a fascinating insight into this vital WWII story. Organized by the Friends of Lyme Regis Museum. 2.30pm Tuesday 25th February at Woodmead Halls: Will Best of Manor Farm, Godmanstone… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in January

EVENTS: Coming up in January

Posted on: 23rd January 2014

The current exhibition in the Museum’s Rotunda gallery is “Blurring the Boundaries”: illustration and painting by Carolyn King – including the fun and factual book The Fish Lizard of Lyme. There are also plenty of Fossil walks this month.

EVENTS: Coming up in December

Posted on: 1st December 2013

The main event this month is a talk about the Town Mill restoration project by David West, who led the project in the 1990s. The talk will take place on Tuesday 10th December at Woodmead Halls, starting with refreshments at 2.30 pm (organised jointly with The Lyme Regis Society). Even though it is the Winter… READ MORE