Parish church, Lyme Regis
Colourful buildings and narrow streets leading to the church
The font
The oldest part of the church is the entry, which dates from the Saxon period
Norman arch and font
Another view - the font, approached through an original Norman arch.
Medieval tapestry, Lyme Regis
A rare surviving British tapestry, dating to the late 15th century. The scene depicted celebrates the marriage of Henry VII to Elizabeth of York.
Pulpit carving
Beautiful carving on the pulpit, mid 17th century
Coram window, Lyme Regis
The Coram window. Thomas Coram was a local merchant who was much moved by the plight of the poor. He doinated his fortune to the founding of Coram's hospital in London, and he himself died a pauper.
Grave of Mary Aning
Grave of Mary Anning, in the churchyard at Lyme Regis. Anning was one of the first fossil hunters, and the subject of the old nursery rhyme "she sells sea shells by the seashore"

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