Shocked And Horrified of Lyme Regis takes WDDC to task over rubbish. See the article HERE.
The animation film made by the pupils if St Michael’s primary school with the help of Biggerhouse Productions can be seen HERE.
Also see a short film about the making of the animation made by Woodroffe student Dan Blaker at St Michael’s Primary School HERE.
In her email, teacher Sue Watterson said:
All pupils were involved; they worked enthusiastically and their contributions were valued.
Here is a selection of their comments: –
“favourite part was when we were filming the can rolling to Leah’s feet even though my legs ached”
“funniest part was when Tom called the card “thick paper” and Joff kept saying Oooh! Card”
“favourite part was when Tom was taking photos of us holding up the bags in slow motion”
“favourite part was when I had to lie on the ground and say “Our town” and hold a speech bubble”
“funniest part was drawing a rotting seagull”
“favourite part was animating the seagull”
“liked it when we stayed after school because we did some sound recording”
“great when we animated the town scene”
“funny when Joff called me “Dude” and kept calling Mrs. Watterson Sue”
“we drew a map of Lyme and everyone said it was really good”
“great when we were making all sorts of sea creatures and they looked really cool and colourful”
“best part was recording the sound of a dying seagull”
“great when we saw the result of our animating”
“I would rather have done this film than gone to a theme park as it was an unmissable experience”
“the saddest part was when they left”
A recent Western Morning News article looked at all the climate change and environmental action groups in the South West – read it HERE.
The Lyme News covered the Co-op’s chenge to more bag-freedom – read it HERE.
The Marshwood Vale magazine commented in it’s February editorial.
We have received wide press coverage of our campaign – many of the articles can be seen HERE.
Listen to the discussion at the Official Launch of TURN LYME GREEN which took place on 8th November at the Marine Theatre.
Many thanks to everyone for their support on the day. We are all delighted that so many of you feel that this is an important issue, and have been so willing to put your words into action!
For a picture of Oliver Letwin (MP), Prof. Sir Ghillean Prance (our patron), Town Crier Phil Street and Candida Blaker, outside our campaign headquarters CLICK HERE!
PC Richard Winward with our Community Support Officer.
Listen to the Friday Night Live discussions with Candida Blaker (2nd November) and Sarah Stacey (26th october). Our esteemed leader Candida Blaker has finally bowed to public pressure and had her picture taken by the Western Morning News. Click HERE!
(Thanks to all at Lyme Regis Radio for these clips.)
See our award-winning town crier Phil Street in action on 10th November at the GREAT GREEN BAG GIVEAWAY!
On Sunday 23rd Sept there was an event in Woodmead Halls – Crochet your own CarryBag – from recycled plastic bags at Textile Day, part of Lyme Regis Artfest (lymeregisartsfest.com). To see a picture from this event click here !