2018 Editions Available Online

2018 Editions Available Online

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Family Fun at Lyme Regis Fossil Festival

Family Fun at Lyme Regis Fossil Festival

The 10th Lyme Regis Fossil Festival is taking place this year. It is open to the public from Saturday 29th April to Sunday 1st May 2016. The festival celebrates the natural and cultural history of Lyme Regis and the Jurassic Coast. It provides a wide range of activities and events for all ages, ensuring that […]

National Trust Coastal Festival 2015

National Trust Coastal Festival 2015

In 2015, the National Trust is celebrating 50 years of caring for the South West coast with the Coastal Festival. As part of the event, the charitable organisation has been collecting stories from many people who love the coast. Jurassic Coast Magazine writer and South West Coast Path hiker Ross Packman has been nominated to answer seven […]

Our Heroes

Our Heroes

Every summer, thousands of visitors descend on Sidmouth to enjoy their holiday breaks by the sparkling waters of Lyme Bay. Many will sun themselves on the town’s extensive esplanade and beachfront, before taking a cooling dip in the inviting sea or heading out on one of the many leisure craft running trips. Making sure that […]

Events

Events

Event dates are subject to change and are correct at time of print. We would always encourage you to check with the organisers prior to attending the event. April 26th Apr | Axe Vale Point to Point See www.pointtopoint.co.uk for details May 23rd – 24th May | River Cottage Spring Food Fair 10am – 4pm, […]

Kids Activities

Kids Activities

The Axe Valley Wildlife Park A lovely outing for all the family where you can see zebras, meerkats, chipmunks, birds of prey and much more. Burrow Farm Gardens Enjoy almost 10 acres of wonderfully landscaped gardens that have been created from scratch over the last 50 years. Great for a relaxing family day out in […]

Colyton’s Historical Past

Colyton’s Historical Past

Lying within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Colyton is an historic medieval town set in the Axe Valley, whose fortunes were based on the rich wool trade of the 14th and 15th centuries. The circular street arrangement is typically Saxon and along its winding streets many interesting buildings dating back to these times can […]

Full Service Resumed

Full Service Resumed

While many European cities now offer trams as a convenient, environmentally friendly method of transport, there are few that offer the opportunity to cruise sedately through an internationally important wetland and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Seaton Tramway can trace its origins back to 1949, the Lancaster Electrical Company in Barnet, North London and its […]

Three Great Places to Stay

Three Great Places to Stay

Andrewhayes Holiday Park Luxury holiday caravans for hire and sale, pitches for tents, tourers and motorhomes, set in beautiful East Devon countryside but just 15 minutes drive to the Jurassic Coast. Four star facilities include covered heated pool, residents bar and takeaway, children’s play areas, games room and dedicated dog exercise areas. Rating:  AA 4 […]

A New Era for Seaton

A New Era for Seaton

Opening its doors for the very first time in 2015, Seaton Jurassic promises to offer visitors the 250 million-year story of evolution, wildlife and geology on the Jurassic Coast. Over a decade in the planning, this £4m visitor attraction will take advantage of Seaton’s geologically unique location, with examples of the Jurassic, Triassic and Cretaceous […]