Fundraiser: Jai Hayden is King of the Road, by Bike!

From 9-13th July, Jai Hayden, aged 11, will be cycling from home in Charmouth to school in Lyme Regis and back, every day, to raise funds and awareness for The Word Forest Organisation.

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Want to Support Us? Organise a Sponsored Event!

Might you be able to run a marathon, or organise another event like a sponsored Scrabble challenge, or a bike ride, a jumble sale, a bake-off, a quiz night, indeed anything that might net a few pounds for our reforestation charity? Get in touch, let’s talk!

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Congrats & Thanks to Marathon Runner, Wendy Robertshaw!

Wendy Robertshaw is the first person to run a marathon for our reforestation charity, The Word Forest Organisation. We’re hoping to encourage others amongst you to run one too, or perhaps take part in a different type of sponsored event!

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Saskia Griffiths-Moore Holds Fundraiser for us During Lyme Regis Fossil Festival

Word Forest founders Tracey and Simon West, are delighted to present incredible musical talent from alt-acoustic singer, Saskia Griffiths-Moore, laced together with comedy from the charismatic, alternative London comedian, Nathan Jones-Carr.

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Quiz Night in Lyme Regis

Join us at the Royal Standard on Lyme’s beautiful seafront for a fabulous evening of giggles as Quizmistress Bev Love puts you through your paces

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Come Enjoy the Big (Lyme) Green Christmas Fayre!

We are absolutely delighted to announce news of our Big Green Christmas Fayre in Lyme Regis on Saturday 2nd December. Doors open at 11am and you can shop right through to 3pm.

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Thanks to Helen for a Super Scented Organic Fundraiser!

If you’d like to do something amazing to help us put a few pounds in the coffers but you need a bit of inspiration for how to do it, get in touch

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Thanks to Izzy and Jed Robertson for a Night of Magic!

The talented Izzy & Jed Robertson put on a terrific night of spoken word entertainment, interlaced with concept album style music, and they filled the Thorncombe Village Hall to the very edges! What a smashing fundraiser it was too.

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