This year Neil Mattingly is giving his annual talk for the Charmouth Local History Society with Ken Gollop on the Hunter Family who played such an important part in the development of the village. Also including the Gollop, Gordge and Gear families with whom they were associated.
Ken is a brilliant and amusing speaker who always attracts large audiences when he talks in Lyme Regis. His grandfather, Frank lived nearly a hundred years and was the nephew of Isaac Hunter, the most famous of this family.
The talk will be well illustrated with many unique slides of the village and its people.
Members of the Society will be free, with visitors paying just £3 on the night to include refreshments.
Do make a note in your diaries for Friday 23rd October at 7.30 at the Village Hall, Wesley Close and enjoy an entertaining look back at a bygone age.