LIZZIE Wiscombe has become the first person in Lyme Regis to qualify to have a Guide Dog. Lizzie, who has struggled with her eyesight her entire life having been born as a severely premature twin, moved back to her hometown Lyme Regis three years ago following a career in nursing. She was then told she would only be able to walk within a few metres of her house without assistance because of her deteriorating sight, but now her life has completely changed thanks to Guide Dog Healey.
A NEW venue and a classic pantomime story never performed in Lyme Regis. What could possibly go wrong? Well, very little when I attended the very first showing of ‘The Sleeping Beauty’ by Lyme Regis Pantomime Society in their very first full production at the Woodmead Halls. I suppose I have reviewed 20-30 pantomimes in Lyme Regis over the years and this one was up their among the best – perhaps THE best.
LYME Regis Reserves maintained their promotion hopes with a dogged 1-0 away victory over Awliscombe United in Division Five of the Devon & Exeter League. With the first team without a game yet again due to the water-logged state of the Davey Fort ground, the Ressies lined up with Mark Bailey, Ben Turner and Joel Gostling on the bench.
Excellent launch of Lyme’s new trendy seafront bar and restaurant SWiM, formerly By The Bay, this afternoon. Despite the snow dozens turned up. Lovely canapés and no shortage of bubbly. Full coverage in this week’s www.lyme-online. http://Co.uk
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