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Lyme-Splash

Lots of support for Lyme Splash swimming challenge

ORGANISERS of the first Lyme Splash open water swim have already received a great response, ahead of the event to be held on Sunday,...

Gig club comes out on top at home regatta

LYME Regis Gig Club won the overall trophy at its own regatta last weekend.The club hosted more than 300 fellow gig rowers from across...
Lifeboat-Training

Charity foundation supports lifeboat crew’s training

A NEW volunteer crew member at Lyme Regis lifeboat station has had a vital part of his training funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation.Seb...

Woodroffe proves its place among top in country

THE Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis has confirmed its position as having one of the most successful, fully comprehensive sixth forms in the country...
Daryl-Turner

Councillor questions mayor’s authority during rotunda discussion

A LYME Regis councillor questioned the mayor’s authority at a special meeting called to formally accept a rescinding motion on the Marine Theatre’s advertising...

Police warn about Pokémon GO after youngsters are spotted on train tracks

HONITON Police have issued an urgent warning after players of the 'stupid deadly' Pokemon GO game were spotted - on the railway.Officers said youngsters...
Candles-Cobb

Lights out at the Cobb as Candles committee call it a day

ORGANISERS of the hugely successful Candles on the Cobb in Lyme Regis have decided they will not be holding the unique fundraiser again.After...
Council-Cheryl-Michaela

Councillor storms out of chamber during fraught planning meeting

A LYME Regis councillor stormed out of the chamber last night (Tuesday), saying she objected to the way she was being treated at a...

Crikey! What a find

A UNIQUE piece of Dorset’s second world war history has been discovered at Dorchester’s Thomas Hardye School.The World War Two mission board had been...

Clean up your act! Campaigners ask council to close skate park until users stop...

DORCHESTER'S Stop the Drop anti-litter campaign believes that asking the town council to close the skate park might be the only way of solving...