Turn Lyme Green promotes sustainable living in Lyme Regis. Set up in 2007, we engage the community in environmental issues. We meet regularly, plan campaigns and events, and have fun. Collaboration with other environmental groups in West Dorset and beyond is an important part of keeping everyone informed and up to date. TLG acts local, thinks global.
Visit our sister web site for Plastic Free Lyme Regis
FEBRUARY Tuesday 11th. PLASTICS: The Recycling Story
Mark Foxhall will update us on this often baffling subject. The negatives vs positives of packaging. Are compostables a long-term solution? What can we as consumers do?
Royal Lion Hotel, Blue Rom. Broad Street, Lyme Regis
7.15 for 7.30pm start
All are welcome.
PRUNING WORKSHOPS for APPLE TREES – Sunday, February 9th and 16th 2020
See ‘Community Orchard’ to details.
RE-FILL SCHEME update
More Lyme Regis businesses are joining the Re-Fill scheme which has received so much national publicity recently. “Refill is a free tap water initiative designed to reduce plastic pollution and promote healthy hydration by making refilling a water bottle easy, social and rewarding! Hats off to the 20 businesses taking part in Lyme Regis .. as others join we will let you know. If anyone wishes to join, just contact Litter Free Coast and Sea who co-ordinate locations in Dorset. There is also an app which can show ReFill locations near where you are.
Penny Black Café Cornish Bakery
Aroma Coffee House Galley Café
The Good Food Store Roly’s Fudge Pantry
Mulberry Manor Bell Cliff Restaurant
Lyme Bay Café Tierra Kitchen
Alexandra Hotel Red Panda
Costa The Nags Head
Lyme’s Fish Bar Lyme Regis Library
Courtyard Cafe Baboo Gelato
SWiM Hook Farm and Caravan Park
Lyme Regis Brewery The HUB
The Town Mill
LATEST CAMPAIGN NEWS: PLASTIC FREE LYME REGIS
SUCCESS! In June 2018 Lyme Regis gained title, Plastic Free Lyme Regis, from the Plastic Free Communities initiative of Surfers Against Sewage. Lyme Regis is the first town in Dorset – and 24th in the country out of over 300 applying – to receive this accolade. Local businesses, organisations and residents are all taking steps to reduce single-use plastics. For more information, visit our new web site for Plastic Free Lyme Regis: