Ken Gollop and Graham Davies of the Museum’s Research Group are holding an open day at Lyme’s Cemetery Chapel today. It is part of Dorset Architectural Heritage Week and the building is open until 4pm. This is a very rare chance to see the inside of the chapel.
The Museum’s enormous Lego Ichthyosaur has been named “Blue Fin” following a prize competition. The winner of the £25 Amazon voucher was seven year old Phoebe Dell. Well done Phoebe!
Talk: James McNeil Whistler Tuesday 29th September at 2.30 pm in Woodmead Hall: A talk by Sandra Lello, organised jointly with the Lyme Regis Society. Facts about Fossils These regular talks are given by Museum Learning Officer, Chris Andrew. This month they are on Saturday 5th and Saturday 12th September, at 2.30 pm in the… READ MORE
Lyme Regis Museum’s HUG (“Help Us Grow”) initiative sees three extravaganzas on offer during August: a book sale on Wed 5th “Make-a Saurus” on Wed 12th An ongoing competition, “Name Our Brickosaur” All proceeds will go to the proposed new Mary Anning Wing extension fund. The book sale will take place on the Museum terrace… READ MORE
Fossil Polishing Buy a fossil at pocket money prices. Polish it yourself and take home a very special souvenir! Tuesday 4th August: from 10.30am on the Museum Terrace Wednesday 26th August: from 10.30am at Marine Parade Shelters Facts about Fossils These regular talks are given by Museum Learning Officer, Chris Andrew. You can catch them… READ MORE
A photography exhibition by Sam Rose 30th June to 3rd October 2015
“Rockpool Monsters” is a free event this Saturday, 11 July, between 11.00am and 4.00pm, hosted by Lyme Regis Museum in association with Marine Biologists of the University of Southampton: Get hands on with the local sea creatures! Make your own Cyanotype – a sunlight seaweed print! Meet our Marine Biology experts!
Herbal Medicine A talk by Mary Tassell on Monday 6th July at 7.30pm in Woodmead Hall. A medical herbalist reveals the secrets of natural remedies used for centuries before Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin; some are still widely in use today. Facts about Fossils These regular talks are given by Museum Learning Officer, Chris Andrew. This… READ MORE
Lyme Regis Museum’s “Help us Grow” (HUG) group will hit the streets again for two different money raising events this month. HUG got together earlier this year in order to help raise money towards the Museum’s Mary Anning extension wing. They have already enjoyed success with cake sales and children’s activities. Throughout the summer, they… READ MORE
She felt the clocks stop Never more than beneath Lyme cliffs She felt the rushing tide rock The Earth around The thin line of times’ orbit She felt it knocked Or dropped, like the fragile pocket watch of A careless creator, scattering the beach With a mess of glass and dislodged cogs In some places,… READ MORE