Nigel is an established author and publisher with numerous publications about the Jurassic coast. He regularly contributes to magazines and to journals. In recent years he has appeared on both the BBC and ITV talking about the Jurassic coast. Nigel is a former member of the local Marine Coastguard team, RNLI and also an expert on the local shipwrecks found in Lyme Bay. Nigel also undertakes public lectures and talks on subjects relating to the Jurassic coast and the local shipwrecks.
Due to the increased demand for fossil hunting walks, Nigel now has the service of two other guides, both are well qualified with much experience.
James is an award winning retired local teacher, a former coxswain of Lyme Regis Life Boat and former Lyme Regis Coast Guard. James has a wide knowledge of the geology and fossils of the Jurassic coast and has taken many field trips exploring the geography of the area. He has studied the Jurassic coast in great depth and is passionate about geography and the geology of the area.
Victoria is a local fossil and Jurassic Coast enthusiast with a degree in Physical Geography and Geology from Plymouth University, but an equal love for the history and many human stories of the area. When not fossil walking or collecting, Victoria runs local Alpaca Farm, Little Orchard Alpacas and whether the subject is Fossils or Alpacas loves to spend time with people of all ages to share her passion and knowledge.
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