With this in mind the design will include: A Workshop, showing how fossil specimens are prepared Interpretation material giving the visitor an impression of what the specim
With this in mind the design will include:
A Workshop, showing how fossil specimens are prepared
Interpretation material giving the visitor an impression of what the specim
Following our successful Round 1 HLF bid, development work is now under way with the intention of submitting our Round 2 application to HLF by Dec 2013
Planning Permission granted up to December 2020
On 19th November 2012 the announcement was made that the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded us a Round 1 pass with a grant of £299,375 towards the cost of developing in detail our project, in order that we can submit to HLF a round 2 application for a major national grant of £2,554,831.
The Kimmeridge Trust has been formed from the amalgamation of the Museum of Jurassic Marine Life and the Kimmeridge Village Hall Committee. This new organisation will now take forward the project to deliver the Kimmeridge Fossil Museum.
Successful fundraising concert given by the excellent iFoxes at Smedmore on 24th June 2012
A successful Barn Dance was held on 12th August 2011 raising over £1100 for the project.
The Steve Etches Collection of Kimmeridge clay fossils has undergone a scientific appraisal by renowned palaeontologist David M. Martill BSc, PhD, FLS.