Lyme Regis No 5: Surrounding Countryside.

Gull on the sea wall at Lyme Regis. This final post about our time in this part of England is a short one. (You’ll find the start of the series of five posts here.) Part 2 here. Part 3 here. Part 4 here. Lyme is full of narrow, and sometimes quite steep, and attractive streets. …

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Lyme Regis No 4: The Town and Beach

Lyme, seen from the east sea wall. The fourth post about our week in the town. (You’ll find the start of the series of five posts here.) Post 2 here, post 3 here. Overlooking the bay from Lister Gardens. Tuesday followed a night of heavy rain, so we decided against our planned walk into the …

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Lyme Regis No.2: To Golden Cap, Part 1

The new sea wall in east Lyme, with Golden Cap visible immediately above the central lamppost in this picture (taken the day before our walk) Here is the second post about our stay in the resort famous for its fossils (that might include us!). (You’ll find the start of the series of five posts here.) …

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Lyme Regis: The Riverside Walk.

Lyme Beach. This is the first part of a short series on the famous town featured by John Fowles in ‘The French Lieutenant’s Woman’, and by Jane Austin in ‘Persuasion’. Lyme Regis, balanced on the cliffs of the Jurassic Coast at the very edge of West Dorset, is the seaside town where Mary Anning, the …

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