Stonebarrow

Somewhere that is always magical, always inspirational and always a good reminder to count our blessings, Stonebarrow is one of our favourite places as a family. On the hills between Charmouth’s fossil beaches and Golden Cap’s breathtaking views, Stonebarrow is perfect for walking, for anyone and everyone. Criss-crossed with footpaths and directly leading to the…

Walking the Undercliff

Well, that’ll teach me to endorse wonderful ideas! After reading my blog on Axmouth which included the Undercliff Walk, my friend said “we should do that one day”, and today was the day! I woke up to something I couldn’t really distinguish as either drizzle, fog, rain or sea mist, and knew then it would…

Wet & Windy Walks

Because we live in the countryside and only 5 minutes from the beach, we don’t tend to do towns with the dog, but due to a combination of a last-minute dash to school with forgotten kit and a very wet morning, I thought I could kill two birds with one stone and take the dog…

A Great Gig

If you have been down to the seaside recently, at Lyme Regis, West Bay, Sidmouth or Weymouth, you will almost definitely have seen the water-beetle-like silhouette of a Cornish Pilot Gig out on the water. More and more of my friends are joining the ranks of oneĀ of the fastest growing sports; pulling in hundreds of…

Life Beyond Fish & Chips

Now don’t get me wrong – I absolutely love fish and chips, but that is partly the problem. There’s only so many times in one summer you can indulge without either your conscience or your waistline starting to nag. Luckily here in Lyme Regis we are spoilt for choice when it comes to other options….

Lyme Regis Fossil Festival

Anyone who has ever found their first ammonite curled up on the beach knows the buzz of a fossil find – the combination of holding something millions of years old in your hand, and the thrill of finding buried treasure brings thousands of people to the Jurassic Coast every year. This weekend Lyme Regis is…