Posted On:Feb201905

Argentine Tango

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Argentine tangoThe Argentine Tango comes to The Hub!  Whatever your skill level, come and join us on Sunday evenings, 6pm-8pm at The Hub and enjoy practising to largely traditional tango music, with our friendly group.  There is no class as such, we just support each other in our dancing.  There are always more experienced dancers to help if needed, and you don’t need to bring a partner as we do expect to all dance with one another.  £5 per session, drop in, we’re a friendly bunch!  Email Lesley for more information:

Posted On:Jan201929

dyaDorset Youth Association will be running a free Safeguarding Training Course at The Hub on Wednesday March 13th, 1 – 3.

Course content would be:

  • What safeguarding is and why it’s important
  • The process to take when an allegation is made
  • Types of abuse young people face
  • County lines and why it’s important
  • Brief overview of e-safety and why it’s relevant to young people


The course will be aimed those with a background role within a service for young people – helping them to understand why safeguarding is important and what needs to be done within an organisation to safeguard young people. This can also act as a very basic introduction to safeguarding for volunteers.

To register your attendance please email

Posted On:Jan201922

Hatha Yoga

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The class that is held every Tuesday morning between 9-10.30am is Dynamic Hatha Yoga and is an open level class.  Bring your yoga mat to enjoy wonderful poses and sequences and relaxation at the end of the class.  If you would like more information please talk to Sam on 07792822442.


Posted On:Jan201921

Our Award

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Every quarter new Lyme Regis businesses are added to our Surfers Against Sewage Business Award list.  The Hub is proud to be part of this important project.  For more information on how  to help go to

Posted On:Jan201915

Hub Alexandra HotelTHE Hub youth club in Lyme Regis is delighted that the Alexandra Hotel & Restaurant will be sponsoring the facility on a monthly basis during 2019. 

Speaking on The Hub, Kathryn Haskins, director of the award-winning hotel in Pound Street, said: “It’s such a wonderful organisation and the space they provide for young people in the town is of such great importance.

“We hope to help not only financially, but also by facilitating those interested in working in the hospitality industry by offering training and opportunities.

“The hospitality industry has such huge scope for travel and amazing opportunities for young people we are thrilled to work with youth club and those that may be interested in this industry.”

Diane Earle, manager of The Hub, added: “Having monthly financial support from The Alexandra Hotel & Restaurant for work at The Hub youth club is key to keeping the sessions open and staffed by our professional youth workers and is very much appreciated.”

Trustees of Lyme Regis Development Trust, which runs The Hub, and staff from The Alexandra Hotel recently celebrated their new partnership at the trust’s Christmas lunch for supporters in the run up to the festive season.

If other local businesses would be interested to hear how they could financially help The Hub, please contact Diane on 01297 444266 or email

Posted On:Dec201804


LYME Regis Development Trust (LRDT) has received £24,500 to make The Hub fully accessible for wheelchair users. The Trust received the grant from the Coastal Revival Fund, introduced in 2015-16 to help coastal areas to bring at risk heritage and community assets back into economic use.  The grant will allow for the main entrance to The Hub, managed by LRDT, to be made fully accessible for wheelchair and mobility users.  LRDT chief executive Terri Tipping commented: “We are privileged to have been successful with this bid. This will enhance the accessibility to The Hub which will not only be of benefit to our customers, but also to our groups who use the building.  “Over the last 36 months, helped by the previous Coastal Revival Fund grants, LRDT has invested heavily in The Hub to improve facilities and help with its long term sustainability.  Conscious of the difficult physical situation as a result of its original design, this proposed project will transform the ease of access to our ground floor cafe, toilets and accessible shower room. The integral lift then provides easy access to the upper floor where users can enjoy the sports hall.”

“We are planning to start the works early 2019.”



Posted On:Oct201823
Halloween Fudge, Yum!

Halloween Fudge, Yum!

Come and join a ‘spooky, spectacular’ fudge workshop. Work in small groups to make the traditional fudge with a wide selection of flavours to choose from! Make chocolate artisan Halloween fudge to take home in your goody bag with the recipes so you can make it again at home. Book with Winifred’s Homemade Fudge & Sweets

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