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Fossil Hunting Trip on Charmouth Beach

Fossil Hunting Trips

The Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre are running their enormously popular Guided Fossil Hunting Walks on many dates throughout August. The dates, and importantly the time of day, vary due to the times of the tides, so do see their booking page for the dates and times of forthcoming walks Read more →

Party In The Park

Party In The Park 2017

The first Party in the Park of this year is planned for Sunday 28th May (Spring Bank Holiday weekend), and will be a fabulous night out, so please make sure you save the date in your diaries. Read more →

Typical Charmouth Fossil

Fossil Hunting in Charmouth

Winter is a fantastic time to come fossil hunting in Charmouth. The weather and rougher seas draw more fossils out on to the beach where they can be easily found.  However, the cliffs can be extremely dangerous at this time of year, so please do heed the following advice, stay safe, and enjoy yourself. Read more →

New Years Eve Vicars and Tarts Party

Changing Spaces is presenting a New Years Eve Party this year with a “Vicars and Tarts” theme this year if you want to dress up. It will begin at 8 pm on Saturday 31st December at Thalatta, Higher Sea lane, Charmouth. You can enjoy an evening of yummy food, drinks and music whilst supporting Changing Spaces. A main course and a glass of Champagne are included in the price. Please bring a dish or pudding and a bottle to enhance the feast- thanks! Tickets are £10 from The Pharmacy or Helen (560487), Jan (560730) or Maralyn (560402).     Read more →

The Tommy Cooper Show

              St Andrews Community Hall present: THE TOMMY COOPER SHOW Featuring the UK’s number 1 Tommy Cooper Tribute Act: Clive St. James Greenaway Friday 14th October 2016 @ St Andrew’s Hall – Doors: 19.00 Tickets: £15 to include a light supper. Full bar, prizes for best Fez and best Joke (Open Mic). Plus: After show party Tickets on Sale NOW from Fortnum, Smith & Banwell and Devonedge (all proceeds to the Hall) Read more →

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