Find out about fossils with modern-day ‘Mary Anning’, geologist Dr Anjana Khatwa. We’re releasing a series of short films on You Tube, where Anjana brings our fossils to life in a style very much aimed at young children. Discover fossilised poo and much more! Follow this link to to Find out about Fossils!
Henry De la Beche, first Director of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, President of the Geological Society of London and friend of Mary Anning inherited a sugar plantation in Jamaica and became the owner of over 200 enslaved black people. Our article tells this story. Black Lives Matter.
A songwriting geologist is probably quite rare, and the same can probably be said for songs about Mary Anning (or indeed palaeontologists in general). We’re delighted that Jim Truman (a song writing geologist) has sent us in a song about Mary Anning. Watch the video – it’s an extremely entertaining song (thanks Jim)!
Can you help us? We’re looking for a specialist volunteer with a strong background in retail to advise us on how we can make our wonderful museum shop even better. We look forward to hearing from you! For more details contact David Tucker email@example.com
Stunning Ichthyosaurs and Ammonites from a series of workshops delivered by Darrell Wakelam this summer at Lyme Regis Museum. Here are just some of the images created by our creative museum visitors and artist Darrell Wakelam this summer. Our programme of free drop in sessions has been great fun, here is just a selection of… READ MORE
Fantastic fossil fish made by Darrell Wakelam and our lovely museum visitors this May bank holiday weekend. Lots of sticking, gluing and painting by all those who took part to create these fine 3-D beasts. The finished fish will be on display in our education room for the rest of May, so do come along… READ MORE
Two days a week (including Sunday) £9.30 an hour Please download the Job Description here. Please email letter of application and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: December 5th
Lyme Regis Museum would like to hear from enthusiastic people who love Lyme and its history who would be interested in joining the team of volunteers who welcome visitors at the front desk. Museum Director David Tucker said “Experience isn’t necessary, it’s more important that you enjoy meeting people and have a positive and friendly… READ MORE
A collection of over 100 original Regent Cinema programmes dating from 1948 to 1955, found in impeccable condition at a flat in Rickmansworth last year, are now the subject of a fascinating new display at Lyme Regis Museum. With an emphasis on British films, from the covers to advertising and classic photo stills, the programmes… READ MORE
Lyme Regis Museum is looking for enthusiastic people who love Lyme and its history, to help bring their newly refurbished galleries to life as Volunteer Gallery Guides. Museum Director David Tucker said “We’re looking for a new team of Volunteer Gallery Guides to play the important role of unlocking the museum’s world-class collections for visitors… READ MORE