Sunday, 18 March 2012
Lyme Regis Museum was featured on BBC2‘s Britain’s First Photo Album on Friday March 16, together with the Museum's Education Officer Chris Andrew and volunteer Ken Gollop. The series, presented by the BBC's former political editor John Sergeant, travels around the country in the footsteps of pioneering Victorian photographer Francis Frith. This particular episode included a long segment filmed in Lyme Regis, and was recorded last September. Before the filming, the Museum gave help and advice to BBC researchers on the Francis Frith Collection of photographs that forms the basis of the series. The half-hour programme can be seen on BBC iPlayer until 30 March.
Saturday, 17 March 2012
The talk was organised by Lyme Regis Museum as part of National Science and Engineering Week. Chairman of trustees, Stephen Locke, thanked Dr Gallois for his highly interesting and relevant talk. He pointed out that Dr. Gallois had mapped our area as an officer of the British Geological Survey and has taken a particular interest in the landslides. His very special understanding of the local geology combined with his knowledge of the more recent history of the landslides meant he had given us a truly authoritative account of these remarkable and important features of the local landscape.
Friday, 9 March 2012
Click here to learn more about the Landmark Trust's plans for Belmont and the appeal.
Thursday, 1 March 2012
THURSDAY 1 MARCH 2.30pm at Woodmead HallThe Early Years of Photography
A talk by John Marriage. Organised by The Friends of Lyme Regis Museum.
SATURDAY 10 MARCH 6.30 for 7.00 at the MuseumThe ever-moving landslides of the Devon-Dorset coast
Drinks and a talk by Dr Ramues Gallois , fellow of the Geological society
TUESDAY 27 MARCH 2.30pm at Woodmead HallThe History and Activities of the Shelterbox Trust
A talk by David Guy. Jointly with The Lyme Regis Society.
- Wednesday 7 March 2012 09.00
- Thursday 8 March 2012 09.45
- Sunday 11 March 2012 11.45
- Monday 12 March 2012 12.30
- Tuesday 13 March 2012 13.00
- Wednesday 21 March 2012 09.15
- Thursday 22 March 2012 9.45
- Friday 23 March 2012 10.15
- Saturday 24 March 2012 10.45
- Sunday 25 March 2012 12.15
- Monday 26 March 2012 12.45
Mary Anning Walks
- Saturday 3 March 2012 14.00
- Saturday 10 March 2012 14.00
- Saturday 17 March 2012 14.00
- Saturday 24 March 2012 14.00
- Saturday 31 March 2012 14.00