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   2014 ~  Lyme Lunge  ~  Duck Race   ~  RNLI SOS Day  ~  Soup and Ploughman's  ~  Barn Dance   ~

Lyme Regis Area Daily Diary   January  2014
 

Snow over Lyme Regis


Wednesday 1st  Bank Holiday

Grand Duck Race - Very sorry CANCELLED
A New Year’s Day Tradition!  Watch the ducks race down the River Lym  Raising money for Lyme's Christmas Lights. 12 noon Higher Mill Flats, Windsor Terrace.
NB
CANCELLED due to the tonnes of water racing down the River Lym: it would be too dangerous for the lifeboat crew to be in the river to release and retrieve the ducks.

Rotary Lyme Lunge: Take a Plunge in the sea for Charity STOP PRESS:   The forecast may be 'wet and windy' but THE LUNGE IS ON.
A fancy dress dip in the balmy waters of Lyme Bay, 13.00 hours at the Cobb Beach, all for charity.

 This year (2014) the charity will be CLIC SARGENT, the children’s cancer charity. CLIC is a charity started in the SW of England in 1976 and merged with SARGENT Cancer Care in 2005, a charity set up in memory of Sir Malcolm Sargent. To quote from its website “Every day in the UK 10 children under 18 are diagnosed with cancer”. CLIC SARGENT provides clinical, practical, financial and emotional support to families to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life.  Everyone welcome, whether ‘dipping’ or contributing to our charity collection. “If you would like to raise funds for the chosen Rotary charities please feel free to use the downloadable sponsor form, where sponsors can sign up to Gift Aid if they wish. If you have your own charity which you wish to raise funds for then please go ahead. It would help our cause if you would just email us with the amount raised.  If you just want a swim, feel free to join us, there is no obligation”   1pm  from the Sandy Beach (time to watch the Duck Race First). Download Sponsor Form   more.. 
STOP PRESS:   The forecast may be 'wet and windy' but THE LUNGE IS ON.  
Wet suits allowed, preferably with fancy dress over the top, just a paddle in the sea is enough to say  you've 'done the Lyme Lunge'  for charity.  No doubt the collectors will get as wet as the Lungers!  Whether watching or lunging don't forget to arrive early.

Saturday 4th

Lyme Mummers Play

The old time will host its very own mummer's play for the third
year in a row! Each year hundreds have packed the streets to share in the magic of this time-honoured twelfth night tradition. Few people realise that nineteenth-century mummers plays bequeathed to us characters that have gone onto become household names, not least Father Christmas
and the Pantomime Dame. Now is your chance to meet a motley crew of Lyme characters in stunning masks created by local artists and to
follow the horse-back knight Sir George through the streets of Lyme to banish the baleful influences of wintry despair. The play will go on rain or shine, so war warm clothing for the outdoor scenes. Uplyme Morris side will be supporting the play as will the talented singers of Lyme Bay Chorale. Once again It will be absolutely free but there will be a
collection for charity. At 3:30pm beginning in the square Lyme Regis Museum,

 

 

Monday 6th  Twelfth Night 
Time to take down your decorations and
Recycle your Christmas Tree: - see right


 

Tuesday 7th January


Children on the Beach with Pastels
by Rebecca de Mendonca. Lyme Regis Art Society demonstration
2-4pm Woodmead Halls
 

Wednesday 8th



Yoga

with Julie Oldfield: Wednesdays at the Lister room Marine Parade 11am phone 01297 444672 07775422501

 
Friday 10th

 
"Mud huts, Mobiles and Music - life in a town in Northern Ghana"
given by Dr Trevor Wiggins   JANUARY MONTHLY MEETING of  Heritage Coast U3A : - 10.00am (coffee) - noon, talk starts 11.00am.  also at this meeting  a "POP UP GROUP" lead by John Bartholomew to discuss Securing Power of Attorney. This will start at 10.15am, collect your coffee and join him if you are interested.  Woodmead Halls.



Yoga

with Julie Oldfield:  Fridays at the Peak hall at Rousdon at 11am  phone 01297 444672 07775422501

 

 

'What do we do now?'!
Not only is it the first R&D by the Sea for 2014 but it is also an exciting first for bringing art installation to our theatre walls, quite literally! Nancy J Clemance and Tara Harland Viney are two experienced visual artists who have been collaborating and combining their specific artistic vision for the past two years, pushing and experimenting all boundaries of how installation art can be delivered into a theatre setting.  Throughout the week they have been exploring with all elements of sensory discovery and we are excited to announce that they will be delivering their findings from their time in the theatre to you this Friday evening. So, why not do something new in the new year and come along.  R&D by the Sea gives artists use of the theatre and its facilities, normally for a 5-day period, to develop their work. We’ve invited writers, actors, theatre makers and practitioners of all kinds to come to Lyme Regis. And at the end of their week-long stay, we’ve invited these artists want to give a work-in-progress performance to share what they’ve found. We’d love it if you could make it to the sharing on 10th January. You’ll get a chance to chat to both artists afterwards and fill out a feedback form with your thoughts. We’d like to hear what you think.7.00 pm.  60 minutes (approx.) Free! To book, call Lyme Regis Tourist Information Centre on 01297 442 138 or email your ticket requirements to admin@marinetheatre.com


Tues 14th Jan


Milan - Leonardo's City Heritage Coast U3A ART APPRECIATION MEETING: DATE CHANGED TO 11TH FEBRUARY

Digital Equipment: How to use it
Help on using your Kindle, IPad, tablet, digital camera etc. by LymeNet at Lyme Regis Library, silver Street 10am - 12 noon.  Booking necessary as places limited Tel 01297 443151

Drop-in advice session: how to switch energy suppliers, keep warm and save money this winter.
No booking is required, residents are able to pop in at a convenient time to discuss their individual needs and concerns and received advice on how to switch suppliers. Refreshments will be provided by the Co-operative and free energy saving devices will be on offer from Dorset Energy Advice Centre. Sponsored by Magna Housing Association. 2pm to 6pm at the Woodmead Halls.  see www.dorsetcommunityaction.org.uk


Wednesday 15th



Yoga

with Julie Oldfield: Wednesdays 11am phone 01297 444672 or 07775422501  NB change of venue: owing to demand now at the Masonic Hall, Broad Street (down the alleyway twixt Lyrinda's and Options)

 

Thursday 16th

Blue Jasmine
Jasmine arrives in San Francisco in a fragile mental state, her head reeling from the cocktail of anti-depressants she's on. While still able to project her aristocratic bearing, Jasmine is emotionally precarious...RUNNING TIME: 98 mins.  Anyone is welcome to come to Silver Screen; you don’t have to be over a certain age to enjoy these shows. A Silver Screen ticket is just £3.50, and that comes with a complimentary tea or coffee. Thursday 10.30am, The Regent Cinema


Friday 17th

Yoga
with Julie Oldfield:  Fridays at the Peak hall at Rousdon at 11am  phone 01297 444672 07775422501

 


Competition: New Beginnings

Judge: George Reekie 7.30 pm 10.00pm. Woodmead Halls For further information please contact Chairman John Wallis on 01297 444733 or see Lyme Bay Photographic Club



Saturday 18th

 Vin Garbutt
Powerful, hugely moving, warm, humane, inspired, funny and gut-wrenchingly honest. These are just some
of the superlatives used to describe Vin Garbutt's performance. An elder statesman of folk, Vin’s career has spanned over 40 years of constant worldwide touring. His songs are inspired by the folk tradition, but have transformed into gritty social comment and life observations. He is renowned for his hilarious intros, but for him his song lyrics are the crux of his performance. A perfect winter warmer this January at the Marine!  Winner of BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards "Best Live Act" Award 2001. Full Price: £14.00  Concessions: £13.00  TheatreFriends Discount Available  Doors 7.45pm Onstage 8.30pm Marine Theatre
 

Tuesday 21st January                                     


Fun with Acrylics  

by Shuna George. 
Lyme Regis Art Society demonstration 2-4pm Woodmead Halls

 


 

Wednesday 22nd



Yoga

with Julie Oldfield: Wednesdays 11am phone 01297 444672 or 07775422501 The Masonic Hall, Broad Street (down the alleyway twixt Lyrinda's and Options)

 

 

  'Alan Carr - Work In Progress' (plus support) the 'Chatty Man' himself, Bafta Award-winning comedian and chat show host, Alan Carr is coming to the Marine Theatre with his new tour, on Friday 7th March 2014.  With huge acclaim for television appearances such as his hit series, 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man', Comic Relief and The Royal Variety Performance, Alan is also known for bringing lively and uproarious stand-up comedy to theatres across the UK. It is his sharp wit and clever quips that have resulted in awards ranging from Baftas to National Television Awards and Comedy Awards to the ‘Funniest Tweeter of 2013’ (Heat Magazine).  This must-see evening of hilarity is on sale from Thursday 23rd January 2014 with an exclusive earlier booking date of Wednesday 22nd January (from 11am) 2014 for TheatreFriends members only.


'Secrets  of a Victorian Walled Garden’

Chris Smith of Pennard Plants – Chelsea GOLD Medallist. 7.30pm Uplyme Village Hall.  For more details contact 01297 444034 or  Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society


 

 

Thursday  Jan 23rd

 

About Time
Celebrated filmmaker Richard Curtis (Love Actually, Four Weddings and a Funeral) writes and directs ABOUT TIME, a new comedy about love and time travel that stars Rachel McAdams, Domhnall Gleeson, Tom Hollander and Bill Nighy. At the age of 21, Tim L...RUNNING TIME: 123 mins  Anyone is welcome to come to Silver Screen; you don’t have to be over a certain age to enjoy these shows. A Silver Screen ticket is just £3.50, and that comes with a complimentary tea or coffee. Thursday 10.30am, The Regent Cinema


Friday 24th

Yoga
with Julie Oldfield:  Fridays at the Peak hall at Rousdon at 11am  phone 01297 444672 07775422501



 Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th January
 

The Big Garden Birdwatch 
Watch for one hour: you can do your birdwatch with a cuppa, your favourite biscuit and your feet up.
 

Saturday 25th  Burns Night is annually celebrated in Scotland on or around January 25. It commemorates the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759. The day also celebrates Burns' contribution to Scottish culture. Burns' best known work is "Auld Lang Syne".
 

Papa Le Gal: PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOES – PAPA LE GAL ARE RE-FORMING!
We’re delighted that after disbanding 18 months ago, Lyme Regis’s favourite band, Papa Le Gal, are set to reform and relaunch this January with a very special gig at the Marine Theatre.  Hailed by hit-maker and BBC DJ Tom Robinson as ‘one of the hottest bands around’ and widely tipped for success by music critics, the band bring their unique sound of energised samba fun blended with white funk and Afro rhythms to the theatre for an evening not to be missed!  All Tickets:£7.50 Doors 7.45pm  Onstage 9.00pm  Marine Theatre
 

Sunday 26th
14th Annual Farmhouse Breakfast
Come and enjoy a traditional farmhouse breakfast; brunch or lunch using local produce, with lots of choice, yoghurts; fruit; tea; coffee; toast etc. Raffle, in aid of village hall and Macmillan Cancer Support £7.50 under 10's £5   9am - 2pm Whitchurch Canonicorum Village Hall.  More info tel 01297 489375


Monday 27th

Soup & Ploughman's
An annual event held by the Rotary Club of Lyme Regis 12 noon - 2pm in the Alexandra Hotel, Lyme Regis,  2013 charity is Water Survival Box.  Tickets  £7.50 from your local Rotarian or phone 444567.  Rotary extend their thanks to The Alexandra Hotel



Tuesday 28th January - Thursday 30th January
Between Courses presents:  The Lost World
Yes – they're back!  The local group who brought you their own brand of daft drama last year with 'The Wizard of Cobb' now return (for the fifth year running) with their new offering – Conan Doyle's classic adventure 'The Lost World'.  Supported by our own TheatreFriends, who organise a light supper of ploughman's and pudding between acts, this light-hearted evening is a fundraiser for the Marine Theatre. Expect corny jokes, shoestring sets, a song from Brian and full bar service during a fun-filled night out for all.  It's table seating too, so bring along a group or just come on your own and join in - everyone's welcome.  But please note, it’s advanced booking only for this popular event, so don’t leave it too late.  All Tickets: £10.00  (Ploughman's & pudding supper included) Nightly at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm curtain up.  Running Time: 2hrs 30mins (approx, including 2 intervals for food)  Marine Theatre

 

Tuesday 28th January

“Town Mill Vision” Open meeting at The Town Mill
f
or volunteers, tenants and all who have an interest in the future development of the Town Mill: Lyme Regis Town Mill is manned and kept open to the public through the efforts of its’ volunteers. The session will cover the plans for developing The Town Mill including the proposed Heritage Centre, the new website and the 5yr Business Plan. 5.30 - 7.30pm  Upper Gallery, Town Mill

 

Thursday 30th

The Way, Way Back

The Way, Way Back tells the story of 14-year-old Duncan's awkward, funny, and sometimes painful summer vacation with his mother, Pam, her overbearing boyfriend, Trent, and his daughter, Steph. Although Duncan has a tough time fitting in and finding h...RUNNING TIME: 130 mins  Anyone is welcome to come to Silver Screen; you don’t have to be over a certain age to enjoy these shows. A Silver Screen ticket is just £3.50, and that comes with a complimentary tea or coffee. Thursday 10.30am, The Regent Cinema


ArtsFest A
GM 
 All local artists and everyone interested in taking part in ArtsFest 20th - 28th September invited to attend.  The Guildhall 7pm 
Lyme Regis ArtsFest 

 

 

 

 

Friday 31st

Coffee Morning
Lyme Regis Society:
Entry by donation with a free cup of coffee. 10.30am Alexandra Hotel


Tony Burges presentation ‘Hidden Extras’
7.30 pm - 10.00pm. Woodmead Halls For further information please contact Chairman John Wallis on 01297 444733 or see Lyme Bay Photographic Club

Steve Waters Plays Live
We'll be saying 'farewell' to January with a great evening of live music from By the Bay favourite Steve Waters.  This promises to be a great evening - there's no cover charge, just come on down for supper or a glass of wine to help you relax and unwind for the weekend. Tables quickly fill with Steve's fan club - so book yours soon to avoid disappointment! www.bythebay.co.uk
 


 December      February  


2015 Events

Wednesday Jan 22nd

 

‘Grown in Dagenham’
– growing food in the city by Alice Holden
Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society   7.30pm Uplyme Village Hall.  For more details contact 01297 444034
 


December      February  


New Year Rubbish and Recycling collection dates

Please put your rubbish and recycling out by 7.30am
If possible please leave rubbish in a dustbin and do not leave rubbish overnight in plastic sacks
Normal collection day Rearranged collection day
Monday 30 December Tuesday 31 December
Tuesday 31 December Thursday 2 January 2014
Wednesday 1 January Friday 3 January 2014
Thursday 2 January Saturday 4 January 2014
Friday 3 January 2014 Monday 6 January 2014
Monday 6 January Tuesday 7 January 2014
Tuesday 7 January Wednesday 8 January
Wednesday 8 January Thursday 9 January
Thursday 9 January Friday 10 January 2014
Friday 10 January Saturday 11 January

Recycle Your Real Christmas Tree

West Dorset residents
Real Christmas trees can be:

Taken to your local Household Recycling Centre and placed in the garden waste container for composting free of charge or

Booked for collection with your normal kerbside recycling between Monday 6 January and Friday 31 January 2014. Trees must be less than 6 feet long or cut into pieces less than 6 feet long. Please remove decorations and remember that fake or plastic trees cannot be collected for recycling. Please call 01305 251010 to book a collection or book online up to 48 hours before your scheduled kerbside recycling collection  Christmas tree recycling online. 

Book your real tree to be collected on your normal recycling day:  Please allow 48 hours before your recycling day.

 

Have you got time to spare to keep part of Lyme’s heritage thriving?

The town’s restored 14th century working watermill produces stone-ground flour from local organic wheat and lies within a courtyard complex in the heart of Lyme containing a variety of Artisan Shops, Studios, Galleries and a Millers Garden.

Can you spare a few hours a week or month? We need people to regularly volunteer as millers, staffing the gift shop, stewarding the gallery, and helping out to keep the environment, including the gardens and the courtyard, attractive for our visitors. You’ll find that enthusiastic, generous and friendly people make up the community at the mill.  As well as being involved with a unique heritage project you will have the chance to meet many visitors from around the globe.

 For more information please visit our website www.townmill.org.uk or contact Mags Osborn at the Town Mill on 01297 443579,  info@townmill.org.uk

 
Films at The Regent Cinema
Lyme Regis
FRI 24 TO THUR 30 JAN: 

0871.230.3200  WWW.SCOTTCINEMAS.CO.UK  
        

THE RAILWAY MAN

 (15)(2hrs.20m)

FRI & TUE: 7.40       SAT & SUN: 4.40, 7.40

MON & THUR: 4.00       WED: 3.00, 7.40

 

GISELLE

LIVE FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

MON. 27 JAN - DOORS 6.30 FOR 7.15 START (2hrs.10m)

 

TOM HIDDLESTONE IN

CORIOLANUS

LIVE FROM THE NATIONAL THEATRE

THUR.30 JAN
- DOORS 6.30 FOR 7.00 START (3hrs.20m)

 

FROZEN

(PG)(2hrs.)

SAT/SUN: 2.00

 

SILVER SCREEN,
EVERY THURSDAY AT 10.30: £3.50 inc. Coffee:  THUR. 30 JAN: 
THE WAY WAY BACK  
(12A) (2hrs)

 

 

EVENT CINEMA NOW BOOKING:
 

DON GIOVANNI
LIVE FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, 6.45 WED 12 FEB
 

THE WAR HORSE
LIVE FROM THE NATIONAL THEATRE, 7.00 THUR 27 FEB

 

DOORS OPEN 15 MINS. PRIOR TO START OF FIRST PERFORMANCE

INFO & BOOKING : WWW.SCOTTCINEMAS.CO.UK

Films at The Regent Cinema
Lyme Regis
FRI 31 JAN – THUR 06 FEB 

0871.230.3200  WWW.SCOTTCINEMAS.CO.UK

AMERICAN HUSTLE

 (15)(2hrs.45m)

DAILY: 7.45      WED: 2.00, 7.40

 

THE RAILWAY MAN

 (15)(2hrs.05m)

DAILY exc SUN: (5.10)

 

FROZEN

(PG)(2hrs.)

SAT/SUN: 2.00

 

 

SILVER SCREEN
EVERY THURSDAY AT 10.30: £3.50 inc. Coffee:

THUR. 06 FEB: 
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS  
(12A) (2hrs.30m)

 
 

EVENT CINEMA NOW BOOKING:
 

DON GIOVANNI

LIVE FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE,
6.45 WED 12 FEB
 

THE WAR HORSE

LIVE FROM THE NATIONAL THEATRE
 7.00 THUR 27 FEB (SOLD OUT)

ENCORE PERFORMANCE: 4.00 SUN 09 MAR
 

SLEEPING BEAUTY

LIVE FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE
 7.00 WED 19 MAR

 

DOORS OPEN 15 MINS. PRIOR TO START OF FIRST PERFORMANCE
 

INFO & BOOKING : WWW.SCOTTCINEMAS.CO.UK

SILVER SCREEN
at the Regent Cinema

Spring Season

A selection of the year's best films, in case you missed it the first time...

A season of films running twice per year over a 12-week period, Silver Screen is a selection of the year’s best films. Maybe you missed it the first time around or maybe you would just like to see it again...

A Silver Screen ticket is just £3.50, and that comes with a complimentary tea or coffee. Anyone is welcome to come to Silver Screen; you don’t have to be over a certain age to enjoy these shows.

Every day at Scott Cinemas we keep an eye on the best selection of films. Twice a year we sit down and decide on 12 of these to bring back to the big screen. Sometimes we add in films that may not have had a major release in the UK and would not ordinarily have played in the cinema. Whatever your taste in films, we’re sure that there will be something that will interest you.

Thursdays 10.30am, The Regent Cinema, £3.25 including tea or coffee. Open to all. See relevant dates for films and  synopsis.

 

Guided Walks and Tours

 

Fossil Walks

Fossil Hunting Walk 10am Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre Booking  Advised: Tel 560772

Rocks and Fossil Weekend Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre Booking  Advised: Tel 560772

Daily Fossil Walks Sat - Tues with Brandon Lennon from the anchor, Cobb Gate Tel 07944 664 757

Fossil Walks

Get Fossiling on the Jurassic Coast! Join one of Lyme Regis Museum’s famous fossil walks along this historic stretch of Dorset coast with Geologist Paddy Howe and Marine Biologist Chris Andrew. Some families return time and again to search with Paddy and Chris among the sand and rocks for fossils that have been washed down onto the beach after 190 million years. For adults and children alike, it’s an unforgettable experience.

Your fossil walk ticket gives you FREE access to the museum where you will be able to see displays of rare fossils, learn all about Mary Anning, the famous early paleontologist who once lived on the site of the museum and much more. Cost: £10 adults, children and students £5.

 walks@lymeregismuseum.co.uk.
 

Each walk is limited to 15 people per guide. Start times for walks vary according to the tides and take about three hours. Walks can fill up quickly on the day so before traveling any great distance please contact the museum and book a place: telephone 01297 443370 or email info@lymeregismuseum.co.uk  or call into Lyme Regis Museum shop on Bridge Street
 

Mary Anning Walks

Mary Anning was a world famous fossil hunter - and was featured in Tracey Chevalier's novel Remarkable Creatures - hear stories of her life and see where she lived and hunted.
walks@lymeregismuseum.co.uk

Meet at
Lyme Regis Philpot Museum

Bridge Street
Lyme Regis
DT7 3QA

 

The Big Garden Birdwatch

Taking part is simple and fun: All you need to do is watch your garden or local park: just settle down for an hour watching and recording the highest number of each bird species seen in your garden, or local park (not flying over) at any one time.  25th & 26th January 2014

More info:
 The Big Garden Birdwatch

 


Rotary Charity Golf Day


Tuesday May 13th 2014
Rotary Charity Golf Day

  Lyme Regis Golf Club
Download Golf Entry Form

 

Recycle those unwanted Gifts

Please Donate them to:  

RNLI Shop, The Cobb:

Weldmar Hospice Shop, Broad Street:

Jumble Sales

 

Books to your Door
Unable to get to the Library? Housebound?

'If you are housebound or unable to get to your local library, we may be able to arrange for books to be delivered to your home, free at regular intervals by volunteers.  Read more

 

  Volunteers wanted

for
Lyme Regis Regatta and Carnival Committee 
Tel. 443696 Secretary  442220

or email lymeregis.carnival@mac.com

 

SOS day is for everyone

Join our biggest fundraising day!
RNLIIt's a great way for everyone to have some fun, whilst raising funds to help the RNLI's volunteer lifeboat crews and lifeguards save lives at sea.

Whether you get people to Sample Our Snacks, Sponsor Our Sports or something completely different, you'll be helping the RNLI to rescue 21 people every day.

  Register now   for your FREE SOS day fundraising pack or Tel  0845 121 4999

 

Something in need of repair or
maintenance around town?

Sign cleaning, clearing and repair.  Unblocking drainage gullies,  small areas of footpath, roadway  or carriageway edge repairs
Report these problems to either Lyme Regis Town Council 01297 445175;
Dorset Direct 01305 221000
or 
Click Here

 

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