Saturday 20th October

  Apple Day

  Glenhaven Cottage

  11am to 4pm

  Adults £3.00, U16s free


Bring Your Own Apples

to an Apple Day celebration, held in the orchard of Glenhaven Cottage, alongside the church. Pay at the orchard gate.

Apple pressing will be one of the many attractions. You will be able to turn your fruit into juice if you bring along well-washed containers, or you can buy them at cost. But even if you don’t have any apples, there will be the chance to buy freshly-squeezed apple juice.

The Lympstone Training band will be playing and there will be a display of quilts, and the history of herbs, as well as a produce stall where you can buy home made preserves.  You can taste heritage apple varieties and try to beat the Guinness World Record for the longest unbroken apple peeling – which stands at an amazing 172ft 4ins,

There will be a bar-b-que, a cider tent, light lunches, tea, coffee and cakes.

Lympstone Entertainments, the Garden Club and the Church are joining to make this an exciting day.  Any profit will go towards maintaining the general running of the church.

We hope it will be a really happy village event.




Weds 28, Thurs 29, Fri 30 November & 1 December


Lympstone Village Hall

7.30 pm

Adults £12.50, U16s £8





Oh what a lovely show

Tickets for the Lympstone Players’ production of Oh What a Lovely War will go on sale from Friday 14 September. This famous musical entertainment sees the First World War from the soldiers’ point of view, using the songs they wrote and sang, the jokes they told and the camaraderie of the trenches to tell the story of the war that ended 100 years ago. With a cast of 17, a professional musical director and band, and an army of backstage helpers, this production is supported by Lympstone Entertainments. Heavy demand is expected for tickets. Buy early, and buy often.

Tickets: 01395 272 243