Lt TAXIS in Charmouth, Dorset
Our Charmouth Taxi Service
Whether you are a local or on holiday, having a taxi ride is usually a bit of a luxury. However with Lt TAXIS guaranteed low prices, you can travel in style more often!
Lt Taxis cover Charmouth and all the surrounding areas, so should you need a short journey or a longer one, we are there for you. No journey is refused.
All our drivers are DBS (police) checked so you can rest assured your nearest and dearest are in safe hands whatever the time of day or night! This may be your teenage daughter after a night out with friends... she will be brought back safely to the front door!
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Charmouth is a village and civil parish at the mouth of the River Char in West Dorset, England. It is situated in the heart of the Jurassic Coast which stretches 95miles from Exmouth to Swanage. The exposures along the coastline show a continuous sequence of Triassic, Jurassic and cretaceous rock formations spanning approximately 185 million years of the Earth's history. The localities along the Jurassic Coast includes a large range of important fossil finding areas.
Nowadays, overlooking Lyme Bay, Charmouth is very popular with holidaymakers. Therefore there are lots of accommodations, guest houses and B&B's scattered throughout the town.
Events in Charmouth
A lot of the events in this town are geared towards the holiday season, however there are the usual charming (pardon the pun!) events going on in this Dorset village.
- Annual gardening show in August
- Charmouth Fayre in August
- The Library holds regular events such as readings, computer classes and a sewing circle.
- Weekly open air market held on the main street
- That very popular Christmas day Swim!
Where is Charmouth?
Charmouth is a coastal village which overlooks Lyme Bay. It lies among steep hills and is sited on a sloping site to the west of the River Char, close to its mouth at the English Channel. Stonebarrow Hill is to the east, Black Venn to the west, and Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the south coast of England at 191 metres (627 ft), is 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to the east. An expansive amount of the surrounding countryside is owned by the National Trust.