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The official account for Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre. Registered Charity No. 1105386
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CharmouthHCC 16h
Low tide today is at 1318 at 0.54m. High tide is at 2009 at 4.38m. The safest time to go fossil hunting on our beach is from 1130 to 1430.
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Jan Freedman May 18
One of my favourite dinos!! Here’s of Brachiosaurus!
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CharmouthHCC 19h
It’s day two of Festival! We will be out in the Sunday sunshine again 10am-4pm at Hive Beach. We have a display of local fossils and painting for the kids from £2 a go.
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CharmouthHCC May 18
We still have spaces on tomorrow's fossil hunting walk and rockpool ramble! To book please follow the link;
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CharmouthHCC May 18
Don't forget today is day one of the Festival in Burton Bradstock! Come visit us at Hive Beach 10am-4pm!
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CharmouthHCC May 18
Due to the tides the safest time to go out fossil hunting today is between 10.30am-2.30pm
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CharmouthHCC May 18
Low tide: 1234 at 0.55 metres. High tide: 1928 at 4.33 metres
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CharmouthHCC May 17
We can't wait for the Spring Tide Food Festival! Not only will there be amazing local food, but we will be having lots of fossil fun there too! Fossil cast painting, fossil ID and tips on how to fossil hunt, as well as real fossils for you to get your hands on too!
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Spring Tide Festival May 17
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CharmouthHCC May 17
Low tide today is an awesome 0.64m at 11.45. High tide is 18.43 at 4.22m. The safe time for fossil hunting on our beach today is from 0930 to 1230.
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Em Lim May 13
OM NOM NOM! This was showing off its chompers for my class today! You can see the mouth part (called the Aristotle’s Lantern) gnashing away. This biting action is how urchins can mow down entire , one bite at a time
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CharmouthHCC May 15
Congratulations to you all!
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Etches Collection May 15
NEWSFLASH!!!! We are extremely pleased and excited to announce that The Etches Collection is now an official Accredited Museum by the Arts Council England!!!
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CharmouthHCC May 15
Half term is fast approaching and we lots of events from fossil walks, rockpool ramble and art and craft activities! Many of the fossil walks are already fully booked but there is still time to book onto one;
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CharmouthHCC May 15
Can you spot our Dover Sole in the fish tank!
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Marine Conservation Society May 15
On June 7th, Schools across the country will take part in . We are really excited to share a new resource to make it easy and fun for your school to celebrate too. Find out more and register your interest here.
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Adrian J Bancroft May 15
For two small mortality plates showing the morphological diversity of bryozoans present in the Much Wenlock Limestone, Silurian, of the East Midlands. Oh yes, the corals and brachiopods are all quite impressive too !!
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Linnean Learning May 15
Can you solve this problem? ➕➖ 
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CharmouthHCC May 15
Don't forget to come say hello to us at the National Trust Spring Tide Festival this weekend at Hive Beach, Burton Bradstock! We are there both days 10am-4pm, fossil cast painting and displaying a few fossils too.
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CharmouthHCC May 15
Todays low water is at 09:44 at 1.03 meters and high water is at 16:50 at 3.78 meters, collecting will be best up until noon, the sea state is very calm, just be mindful of the incoming tides if you are going out. Happy hunting. We are open today until 4:30.
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