The Uplyme Debate
Hi, for those that a on Facebook Uplyme site, would of seen the conversations about the fly tipping at the village hall. Its is not only a lazy habit, but... More
Uplyme Fete Revival
After a year or twos absence the Uplyme Fête has been resuscitated by new management. Was it a success? How could next year’s event be even better? Can... More
Uplyme Parish Council annual meeting 8th May
The annual meeting of the Uplyme Parish Council will be held at the Village Hall on Wednesday 8th May 2013
1. To elect a Chairman and to receive the Chairman’s declaration... More
The Uplyme debate currently has 851 topics with 2921 contributions.We have 328 members, 49 are on line at the moment.
"Invisible" poor children let down
Education watchdog Ofsted says poor children are now let down by schools in rural areas, leafy suburbs and deprived coastal towns - not the inner citi... More
CQC "may reveal NHS cover-up names"
England"s NHS regulator is to review a decision not to name those behind a possible "cover-up" after a series of baby deaths at a Cumbria hospital. More
Government leads new GM crops push
Environment Secretary Owen Paterson is set to reopen the debate about genetic modification by calling for the reform of crop licensing at EU level. More
Uplyme is a lively and young-spirited village, with a great many
amenities for locals and visitors including the school, post office,
church, village pub, village hall events and several fantastic walks
through beautiful Devon countryside.
The Uplyme Morris side is a regular sight in and around the village during the Summer. Click here for further details of the side.
The Jurassic Coast
A short walk away, Lyme Regis, (part of UNESCO's recently announced
'World Heritage Site' Jurassic Coast), offers seaside activities including sailing,
motor boating, waterskiing, fishing, bathing, cinema, theatre, golf, museum, fossil
hunting and several great restaurants and pubs.