Walks & Talks

Walks & Talks

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Sat 2nd May 11am - 12.30pm 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. Tickets in advance only! Booking Essential! Meet at the large anchor at Cobb Gate car park (bottom of the high street).
Sat 2nd May 2pm - 4pm 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. Tickets in advance only! Booking Essential! Meet at the large anchor at Cobb Gate car park (bottom of the high street).
Sun 3rd May 10am - 2pm A Natural England walk - Visit Monmouth Beach to look at fossils, landslides and geology, then head inland and ascend through the wooded Undercliffs to Chimney Rock, a greensand pillar and well-known local landmark.’Monmouth Beach and Chimney Rock with reserve manager Tom Sunderland. Some steep steps and uneven ground. Rough terrain. Walking boots essential. Bring a packed lunch and drink. You must be physically fit and able. Please declare any medical conditions when booking. Approximately 4 miles. No dogs please. Tickets in advance only! Booking Essential! Meet at Holmbush Car Park 10am £7 per head. Booking essential.
Sun 3rd May 11am - 12.30pm 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. Tickets in advance only! Booking Essential! Meet at the large anchor at Cobb Gate car park (bottom of the high street).
Sun 3rd May 2pm - 4pm 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. Tickets in advance only! Booking Essential! Meet at the large anchor at Cobb Gate car park (bottom of the high street).

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Saturday 2nd May 11am - Marine Theatre Dinosaurs Rediscovered! How a Scientific Revolution is Rewriting History – Michael J. Benton. See programme details for more info
Saturday 2nd May 11am - Guildhall The Rocks Beneath our Feet – Imaging the subsurface in 3D. Vincent Sheppard See programme details for more info
Saturday 2nd May 12pm - Marine Theatre Plumbing the Depths! Stories from Deep Time – Dr Steve Etches. See programme details for more info
Saturday 2nd May 1pm - Guildhall The Great Bindon Landslide – finally a working model? Richard Edmonds. See programme details for more info
Saturday 2nd May 1.15pm - Marine Theatre Martin Maudsley - Story teller featuring work from Woodroffe students. See programme details for more info
Saturday 2nd May 2pm - Guildhall Valuing ASBO: Reflections of a Socialist Fossil Collector – Keith Hackett. See programme details for more info
Sunday 3rd May 11.00am - Marine Theatre Humble beginnings: the origin and early evolution of dinosaurs – Paul Barrett. See programme details for more info
Sunday 3rd May 12.00pm - Marine Theatre Prospecting, Prep and Publication: Life After Death for Fossils – Emily Keeble. See programme details for more info
Sunday 3rd May 12.00pm - Guildhall Digging for Fossil in the Wild West – Alex Willatt. See programme details for more info
Sunday 3rd May 1pm - Marine Theatre Paleontology of the Jurassic Coast – Kieran Satchell. See programme details for more info
Sunday 3rd May 1pm - Guildhall Where the Earth rips apart: the volcanoes of the East African Rift valley – Kevin Wong. See Programme for details
Sunday 3rd May 2pm - Marine Theatre The Colours of Dinosaurs and other Ancient Beasts – Maria McNamara. See programme for further details
Sunday 3rd May 3pm - Marine Theatre Drawing Dinosaurs and other Prehistoric Animals – James Mckay

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