Lyme shelters work captured on film
Woodroffe students record latest milestone in seafront regeneration project
AN important milestone in the �1.32million regeneration of Lyme’s seafront shelters has been captured by young film-makers.
Students from Woodroffe School are making an audio-visual record of the project and were there to see a massive shipment of concrete arrive.
Year 12 students Abbie Cook and Helen Collins, assisted by media technician Brian Neesam, of the Creative and Media diploma course, captured the pumping and pouring operation as workmen covered the whole roof area in a day.
The students plan to capture further significant milestones of the construction in future.
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It is hoped their completed film of the works will eventually be screened in the new shelters complex, alongside others depicting the myriad of activities in the town and surrounding coast and countryside.
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