The Talbot Arms
village pub and probably the place you are most likely to
meet people and hear the village gossip.
All the usual village pub things happen at the Talbot
including darts, pool, pub cricket and of course, drinking real ale
Where to Eat - In Uplyme
There is currently only one place where you can eat out
in the village and that is the
(see above) where pub grub is available
most lunchtimes and evenings. Also a
generous carvery most Sunday lunchtimes.
Where to Eat Within 5 minute drive
Within a 5 minute drive there are a wide range of
Restaurants. The Victoria Hotel - easily the best
of the bunch - was sold in 2007 for redevelopment.
Take-aways that deliver to Uplyme
Currently, there is only one take-away that we are aware
of that delivers to Uplyme and that is...
- Cinnamons Indian in Axminster 01297 631185 or 631175
Free delivery on orders over £12, plus free bottle of
Bangla on orders over £25
Take-aways in Lyme...
Lal Quilla (Indian), 01297 442505 or 444602
- Hong Kong Hot Food Centre (Chinese/Cantonese) 01297
- Pizza - 2, Drakes Way, (off Broad St., LR) 01297
- Fish & Chips - Lyme Fish Bar, Coombe St, LR.
Take-aways in Axminster...
- Golden House (Chinese) 01297 34375
Cinnamons Indian in Axminster 01297 631185 or 631175
Church and Village Hall
Uplyme also has a well attended
Parish Church and a new
Village Hall where various events are held
throughout the year from short mat bowling to touring performers and
See the notice board outside the hall, or the
Parish News for more info on forthcoming
village events are often publicised on posters outside the
Cinema and Theatre
in Lyme is often amongst the first venues in the UK to
newly released films.
The Marine Theatre in Lyme
stages all types of live performances from pantomime to
musicals to touring rock bands.
Places to see - Prescott
Prescott Pinetum, (also known as The Pinetum, Uplyme Pinetum
and Woodhouse Pinetum), sits on a north east facing slope,
and as such is clearly visible from Uplyme, and the B3165
(Lyme Road) across the valley, as well as to the houses in
Woodhouse Fields immediately to the east of the wood.
Despite its name, the majority of the wood is oak woodland,
with the Pinetum area restricted to the lower slopes in the
central portion of the wood.
Exotic Conifer and broadleaved
species have previously featured in the Tree Register of the
British Isles, with some listed as 'Champion' trees for
their size -
Places to see -Trinity
Trinity Hill heathland is situated two
miles south-east of Axminster in East Devon straddling a
minor road joining the A3052 and the A35.
covers 52 acres (21 hectares) of mainly acidic lowland heath
The local planning authorities are Devon
County Council and East Devon District Council. Trinity
Hill East lies within Uplyme parish and Trinity Hill West in
Axminster parish -