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Lyme Regis Lifeboat Week 22-29th July - July 4th, 2017

Saturday 22nd

Kit Car Display
All day. By the Apple County Kit Car Club.  Marine Parade.  Full details in the Lifeboat Week Programme available from the Lifeboat shop and Newlands Holiday Park

Bath Tub Race
Watch the fun as floating bath tubs are assembled then rowed from Cobb Gate to the harbour mouth. 
Can you stop the Firefighters winning for a 8th consecutive year?  Have a go at building a floating tub yourself!
Everyone welcome  8.00 pm.

Sunday 23rd

RNLI Community Safety Roadshow

Talking to boat owners and the general public about how they can stay safe whilst enjoying their activities around the coast.  Our free impartial advice includes lifejacket checks, training, advice on board your own vessel and, should you need to, how to call for help.

If you are thinking of kayaking, boating, sailing then please feel free to come and have a chat to us, we want to help you before you have to call a lifeboat.

Monday 24th 

Junior Deep Sea Fishing trip
for ages 9-16. All tackle, bait and tuition provided. £20 per person. Booking essential. 8am – 12pm. Organised by Lyme Regis Sea Angling Club More Info see

Lifeboat Week ‘Bake Off’  Bake a Cake on a ‘Lifeboat’ Theme
Any type of cake to reflect a Lifeboat / RNLI theme or events during Lifeboat Week.
 Simply bring your cake along to our Lifeboat Week Produce Stall,  The Shelters, Marine Parade between 10.30 & 11am,  free entry: Following Judging the cakes will be offered for sale  Two Groups: under 15s and 15s and over  Judging at 11.30am by Pam Corbin of River Cottage Fame or Bake a cake for our Lifeboat Week Produce Stall, Marine Parade Shelters,

Tuesday 25th July

The Red Devils
The British Army’s official parachute display team will be a star attraction of our Lifeboat Week. The Red Devils, based at Netheravon Airfield on Salisbury Plain, are a team of 15. They are widely acknowledged as among the best display parachutists in the world, and carry out spectacular shows at public events worldwide, promoting the British Army and the Parachute Regiment, known as ‘The Paras’. A classic Red Devils display will see up to ten team members jumping from an altitude of 10,000ft.  Trailing smoke to demonstrate their speed and movement, the highly skilled skydivers will freefall at speeds up to 120mph before opening their parachutes. Then they will demonstrate breath-taking high-speed ‘swoop’ landings and spectacular ‘canopy formations’.  2.30pm.

Charity Auction Items now include a Seagull out board engine (as found) a set of dinghy paddles. Vouchers for Mark Hicks restaurant, Town Brewery, Lyme Regis Golf Club, Taunton leisure Centre, Cellar 59, Dorset Golf Club. Wine from Lyme Bay Winery,  an Exercise vibrating machine, a one off design rug from Axminster Carpets and a Ammonite picture made from coins and lots more!

Viewing will be in the Lifeboat Station from 10 am. Bids may be left if you cannot attend the action and credit cards can be used for payment. Auction 6pm Lifeboat Station Most items can be pre-viewed before the sale on 23/24/25/26th June at Lyme Bay Auction Showrooms in Seaton.

‘Music by the Sea’ 
Lyme Regis Town Band, 8pm – 9.15pm The Shelters, Marine Parade

Wednesday July 26th

Extreme Falconry  display

Uplyme Village Hall  at 7:30pm. Tickets are £3 for adults, £1-50p for children, profits going to Lifeboat Week – Uplyme Stores, the RNLI shop, lottery kiosk or Brian Cursley on 07831 554580.  Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society

Friday 28th

Three Counties Swing Band

Performance area, Marine Parade 7.30pm

Grand Lifeboat Week Firework display
10pm The Cobb

Saturday 29th

Swimming Challenge Registration
Registration on Marine Parade from 10.00 – 12.30.  Entries can only be filled in and accepted between these times

Model Boat Display
By Weymouth and Portland Model Boat Club.  All day at the Lifeboat Station.

Swimming Challenge Adults
1pm From Cobb Gate to inside steps of North Wall

Swimming Challenge Children
1.45 pm From Cobb Gate to inside steps of North Wall

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