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Picture by Tim Britton

Picture by Tim Britton

The Dorset Coast Path Relay is an annual long-distance race which has traditionally been held between orienteering clubs within the South West Orienteering Association. The relay is raced from the Devon-Dorset border at Lyme Regis along the Coast Path (taking the inland route north of Weymouth) all the way to the Sandbanks chain-ferry slip at Shell Bay

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Picture by Marilyn Peddle

Picture by Marilyn Peddle

The Wessex Ridgeway Trail stretches 62 miles from Ashmore on the Dorset/Wiltshire Border in the east to Lyme Regis in the west. To mark it’s opening Farm Radio team members created an audio journey in five parts along its length. This is the second part and takes us from the Somerset and Dorset Railway Station at Shillingstone to Dorset Gap.

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The votwo Jurassic Coast Challenge is the original (and quite possibly the best) coastal running challenge in the UK. Inspired by the late Paul Hart who ran the route in the early 1980s preparing for the London marathon it was reborn in 2006 as a mass participation event with 12 competitors braving the course between Lyme Regis and Studland.

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Ancient Crafts

Picture by Mark Robinson

Picture by Mark Robinson

With a little assistance from a modern environment this new racing gig is under construction in the traditional way at Lyme Regis.

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This film highlights a campaign in Lyme Regis, West Dorset to rid the town and it’s beaches of plastic bags and reduce the towns Ecological Footprint.

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A growing number of people around the UK are recognising the need to change their lifestyles – to use fewer resources and create less waste. This is the first of a series of films showing how some motivated people from West Dorset are bringing their communities together and inspiring others to recycle, use fewer resources and use alternative sources of power and building materials.

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Winter sunset at the Cobb

Picture by Ade46

Picture by Ade46

It’s late November in Lyme Regis and the summer tourists have all gone home. With clear skies and a calm sea this has to be the best time for walks on the beach.

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