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  • Old Time Music Hall in Upton Pyne

    By Editor on August 5, 2015
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    A splendid summer's evening of fun with wonderfully talented performers
  • Buried no more

    By Editor on March 3, 2014
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    Our Gardening Team have revealed headstones that seem to have been long lost to brambles, ivy and weeds. Fascinating to think here are two histories that hopefully are no buried.
  • AGM and Forum

    By Editor on March 1, 2014
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    Join us for brunch Date: Saturday 5th April Time: 10.30 Place: Village Hall Come along and discover the latest from the Friends of Upton Pyne.  Join us at the AGM of the Friends – a chance to find out what we have achieved and what is in store for 2014. Join us for bacon butties, danish pastries, coffee a chat and a [...]
  • Friends of Upton Pyne Diary 2014

    By Editor on November 19, 2013
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    This year’s ‘must have’ Christmas Gift – if you can face giving it away is the Friends of Upton Pyne Diary. Beautiful images and plenty of space for all your appointments and dates to remember The diary has 140 pages in full colour, and is professionally printed and bound Diaries cost £13.00 each (or 2 for £25.00) all proceeds go [...]
  • Visitors

    By Editor on November 3, 2013
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    Through the year we see a steady stream of visitors borrowing the key to pop into the church; they may take a photo and sign the visitors’ book but nothing more. A recent visitor was historian and committed anglophile David Ross. David and his family run a website called Britain Express. He has written a lovely piece, with stunning pictures, [...]
  • Choral Evensong and High Tea

    By Editor on October 15, 2013
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    On Sunday October 20th Upton Pyne Church was privilege to host a choir of 12 with their musical director and organist for a performance of traditional evensong. This has not been sung at our church for many years. The group of singers from Exeter plans to take their performances to rural churches in the local area. The first was held, to much [...]