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OH NO HE ISN'T: Members of Lyme Regis Pantomime Society in the 1990s
ALIENS, SCIENCE OR ROMANS: In 1968 an incident including 3 cars on a road near Eggardon Hill left people questing what was the cause, image from one of the stories printed at the time, published on September, 20 1968
REFLECTION: Les Loveridge has taken us on a walk down Broad Street, Lyme Regis in the 1950s, Picture: LES LOVERIDGE
CHILDHOOD MEMORIES: Arthur and sister Tamara on a beach at West Bay as Royal Navy Patrol Boats are out at sea
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM: The men of the Dorsetshire Regiment during the First World War, Picture: NEIL MATTINGLY
UNDER THE CLIPPERS: Sir John Colfox Academy pupil Lily Crane has braved the shave to raise money for Macmillan and donated the hair to the Little Princess Trust
SUPPORTING THE CATS: Lynda Downton of Feral Cat Care will be spending a night on the streets to raise money and awareness of feral cats, pictured here with cat Norma, Picture: GRAHAM HUNT
HOLD UP A LIGHT: St Catherine's Hill is set to shine brightly as candles on the hill Abbotsbury returns to raise money for St Nicholas' Church and Abbotsbury Children's Playground, Picture: GRAHAM HUNT.
JOIN IN THE FUN: Beaminster Young Farmers Club is looking for new members to join its ranks.
REMEMBERING THE FALLEN: Neil Mattingly is hoping that more stories such as that of the Whittington Sisters, who were based at Rhode Hill House VAD Hospital in Uplyme, will be brought forward for a new exhibition, Picture: NEIL MATTINGLY