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Julian and Karen Hussey, proprietors of family-owned Funeral Directors W.G Potter with a professional, dignified and caring approach who are always available to offer advice and support. Members of the National Association of Funeral Directors. Recommended by the Good Funeral Guide and The Natural Death Centre. We also have offices in Bridport, Dorchester, Seaton, Honiton and Ottery St. Mary.
David Manners came to art only in 2012 and his reputation for his peaceful seascapes and tranquil portraits is much sought after and growing rapidly. So much so, he has completed a portrait commission of the 2015 “Bake Off” champion Nadiya Hussain and her husband and also for the cover of a book by leading animal rights barrister, Noel Sweeney. The acclaimed artist has also had the enormous privilege of painting a portrait of the former President Obama and the First Lady.
Open Door Internet are an established online agency based in Taunton and Axminster. We’ve been building user-focused, beautiful and attention grabbing websites for customers since 2010. We build your website for you, so you can get on with running your business. Local telephone, email and face-to-face support means we’re always here when you need us.
Hidden away in the leafy lanes of East Devon and only 5 miles from the Jurassic coastline of Lyme Regis. A privately owned 16 bedroom hotel with a small friendly team who aim to make your stay relaxing and memorable. We are known for our warm and friendly atmosphere, award winning restaurant and stunning views over the Axe Valley.
The Jurassic Coast Card is a membership scheme offering discounts and exclusive offers on a huge range of days out, food & drink, shops, services, accommodation and more all along the Jurassic Coast. The website has a host of ideas and suggestions, including a handy blog. With a mix of big names and hidden gems, you will discover new places and explore more for less!
Your local, dependable handyman offering practical help for your home and garden, based in Charmouth.
Jools woodhouse is a contemporary landscape painter whose unique, stylized work captures the colours and atmosphere of life by the sea.
Her paintings, prints and cards can be seen at stockists around Lyme Regis, Charmouth and beyond and visits to her studio are welcomed by appointment. Visit Jools’ website to see paintings, prints and to find out what inspires her to paint or her Instagram at www.instagram.com/joolswoodhouse
Discover the unique and colourful history of Lyme Regis, adventure on land and sea. Starting 11am from the Marine Theatre Square, lasting one and a half hours.
March: Saturday only.
April - June: Wed, Sat.
July - Sept: Wed, Thurs, Sat
£8 adults, children cost half price.
Personal training service with Allison Mackrell, YMCA Level 3 Personal Trainer, offering one-to-one sessions to help maintain an active and healthy lifestyle later in life, focussing on cardio, flexibility and muscle strengthening.
Charmouth lies in the South West corner of Dorset at the heart of the Lyme bay coast line. Undulating hills encapsulate this great diversity, making this a prominent part of West Dorset's area of outstanding natural beauty. The coast line has both national and international designations which is part of England's first natural world heritage site. Although a relatively small parish, approximately 1800 resident population, Charmouth has a wealth of assets in land and buildings. These include the beach and foreshore area, incorporating the seafront car park and 'Old Cement Factory'; large playing field in Barrs Lane; cemetery and chapel in Axminster Road; allotment land; works depot in Wesley Close and The Elms building which houses the council offices.