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No end to traffic chaos

OUR new council will sit for five years, a year longer than usual to fall in line with the new Dorset Council’s first term. During that time one of the town council’s prime issues will surely be Lyme’s continuing traffic problems, an issue that many believe is unsolvable. […]

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Siege of Lyme: Part III

THE afternoon of April 25 brought mixed feelings for the townspeople. A ship in the harbour which had been pressed into service as a temporary prison was seen to hoist sail and make for Weymouth, the inmates had obviously wrested control from their keepers. […]

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Going back to the 80s

LEG warmers and lycra leotards and more often than not a bandana headband; a gym session was not so much about getting fit as looking ‘fit’ in the 80s whereas today, you are unlikely to see many people arriving at B! Health & Fitness in anything other than Primark joggers, despite the fact that summer is officially here and we’ve been expecting to see everyone flaunting their fit beach bodies as they pass by the Marine along Gun Cliff Walk. […]

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Carers don’t just care for a week

DID you know that this week National Carers Week? Its purpose is highlighting the work done by the nearly five-and-a-half million unpaid carers in the UK, appreciating what they give to families and communities, and encouraging people who may not think of themselves as carers to recognise their role and to use the support that’s available. […]