Sunday 6th May
10am to 3pm: Monmouth Beach and Chimney Rock Explore the geology and wildlife of Monmouth Beach and then head inland to see Chimney Rock and the Undercliffs National Nature Reserve with reserve manager Tom Sunderland, Geoff Rowlands and Dr David Allen. Uneven ground and steep slopes and steps, you must be physically fit. Walking boots strongly advised. Please declare any medical conditions that might require emergency treatment when booking. Meet at Holmbush Car Park 10am £5 per head. Booking essential.
11am to 12.30pm: Geology and geomorphology of Lyme Regis seafront, with a little bit of history dropped in. Led by Jim Thomas – easy walking along seafront. £5 per head, under 5’s go free. Meet at the large anchor at Cobb Gate car park (bottom of the high street).
2pm to 4pm: Geology of Lyme Regis seafront and Monmouth beach with Jim Thomas – looking at the rocks used along the seafront and continuing onto Monmouth beach to look at the ammonite pavement and fossils in situ in fallen blocks below Devonshire Head. A more difficult walk, particularly uneven along the western end of Monmouth beach. £5 per head, under 5’s go free. Meet at the large anchor at Cobb Gate car park (bottom of the high street).
2-4pm Fossil walk with the Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre. Booking essential 01297 560772 £8 adults, £4 kids.
Unless otherwise stated please book tickets via Lyme Regis Development Trust on 01297 445021 or from the information desk on Cobb Gate Car Park.