Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Monthly Archives: October 2016

Shepherd guides them home

LYME Regis Golf club held a CHARITY DAY in aid of this year's charities SUDEP Action and the Muir Maxwell Trust, which are part...

Bridport 3rds clinch first win

IT’S been an inauspicious start to the season for Bridport Squash Club so far with the club’s 1st team losing their first three fixtures...

Stubbs at the double in October series

THE first two races of the October series, the last of the main sailing season, were held last Sunday.With the cruisers away on...

Bridport just miss out on semi-final spot

BRIDPORT gig rowing clubs men's and ladies teams put on fabulous performances at their respective county championships held in Newquay to secure their best...

Lyme Regis fly the flag in county FA showpiece

HAVING been awarded the honour of one of only two teams from across the whole county to be invited to take part in this...

Seasiders honoured at County FA headquarters

FRIDAY evening’s Mark Frowde Memorial match will live long in the memory of the youthful Lyme Regis squad who, despite going down 5-2 against...

Reserves sunk by trio of ‘Worldies’

BRIDPORT Reserves' Shaun Annetts was not too angry after his side had shipped five against Parley Sports on Saturday – just flabbergasted writes Stuart...

Former Woodroffe student takes on popular Lyme cafe

AT the eleventh hour, former Woodroffe School student Sophie Bye decided that university was not for her.Now, just a year later, she is the...

‘Jungle Book’ mural brightens up scout group’s headquarters

MEMBERS of the 1st Charmouth Scout Group will not have to go to the cinema to see “The Jungle Book” – it’s right in...

Galpin gallops to Medal win

THE Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club's men’s Sunday competition was for the October Medal and the weather was fine, sunny and with little...

Theatre doing an ‘amazing job’ while cinema is rebuilt

WHILST we are awaiting the lovely Art Deco cinema to be rebuilt to its former glory with an ongoing timescale, our superb theatre has...

Halloween-themed Clearer Minds Cafe

THE team behind the Clearer Minds Café Project will be hosting a Halloween café and craft event on October 30th.After the success of the...

Budmouth B get early jump on Park District

THE new Weymouth & District Table Tennis League season opened last week with 11 matches across the three divisions.In Division 1, last season’s runners-up...

Food service awards closing soon

THE Bridport Local Food Group is once again running their Front of House/Food Service Awards to show recognition and appreciation to individuals who work...

Gutsy league win for Magpies followed by cup humiliation

MAGPIES manager Mark Jermyn was full of praise for his side after an incident saw Nathan Walker taken to hospital by ambulance after a...

Beckham Fair raises record-breaking £90,000 for charity

THIS year’s Buckham Fair has raised a record-breaking £90,000 for their chosen charity – Weldmar Hospicecare Trust.The annual event in Beaminster is organised by...

Bridport Primary School celebrates Roald Dahl Day

STAFF and children at Bridport Primary School celebrated author Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday in style by dressing as his famous characters.Each year group chose...

Kidderminster up next as six-goal Terras march on

THERE was to be no fairytale ending for Brimscombe & Thrupp on Saturday as Weymouth showed their intent to ensure they weren’t FA...

Renowned chef and writer talks about new book at literary salon

A LITERARY salon, featuring renowned chef and writer Gill Meller of River Cottage fame, was a sell-out success when held in Lyme Regis last...

Mann boost for Bees ranks

BRIDPORT FC have signed Elliot Mann from Sherborne Town as manager Adam Fricker look to kick start the Bees’ season writes Stuart Broom.The...

Big support for annual cancer charity fundraiser

DOZENS of groups and businesses across Bridport, Beaminster and the surrounding areas hosted their own coffee mornings to raise money for Macmillan.The events were...

Photo club lights up the beach

AMATEUR photographers from Chard lit up the beach when they visited Lyme Regis.Chard Camera Club enjoyed a trip to the beach with Lyme-based...
Alison Neil as Mary Anning in the Fossil Lady of Lyme

‘The Fossil Lady of Lyme’ comes to The Hub

ALISON Neil brings her one-woman show, The Fossil Lady of Lyme, to the Hub in Lyme Regis on Saturday, October 15th.Imagine: the world is only...

Time to Turn Lyme Pink for Cancer Research UK

LYME Regis will be turning pink to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month.The Lyme Regis branch of Cancer Research UK mark the event annually with...

Weymouth Matters

Gives a new meaning to the term collect call! JUST when you think you've pretty much seen and heard it all something like this comes...
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RNLI chief visits lifeboat station

THE man at the helm of the RNLI dropped into Lyme Regis Lifeboat Station last Monday to shoot a health and safety video.Paul...
Maggie Reeday Ella Fitzgerald

Maggie Reeday celebrates Ella Fitzgerald

PRAISED as the ‘First Lady of Song’, Ella Fitzgerald was a much loved jazz singer who applied her impeccable vocal style to many of the...

Local groups benefit from Red Arrows collection

LOCAL organisations which benefited from this year’s visit from the Red Arrows collected their cheques from the Mayor of Lyme Regis, Councillor Owen Lovell,...

Minster Challenge course record smashed

THREE members of the Axe Valley Runners group flew north for their first marathon in the glorious setting of Loch Ness.Canny Hart and...
Murray Lachlan Young

Murray Lachlan Young brings spoken word show to Bridport

PREPARE for an evening of satirical soliloquy, rock-n-roll reverie and ditty as BBC6 music resident poet Murray Lachlan Young presents his stunning new live up-close...

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