Mayor praises artist's use of raw materials

PUBLISHED: 13:30 03 July 2008 | UPDATED: 22:00 15 June 2010

LYME Regis artist Lynn Rivers is using local materials to build a table marking the history of the town.

LYME Regis artist Lynn Rivers is using local materials to build a table marking the history of the town.The circular table, which will be five feet in diameter, will feature two events in Lyme's history - the 1685 Monmouth Rebellion and the building of Lyme's first Cornish Pilot rowing gig, launched on June 29 from the Boat Building Academy.Town Mayor Sally Holman recently visited the artist to see her plans and work in progress, and praised the use of raw materials.


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