Ipplepen History

Ipplepen World War two – VE day Celebrations

VE Day Celebrations Numerous commemorative activities had been planned across
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Ipplepen Village Pump

Village pump. Date 1868. Cast iron. Octagonal casing with plain
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Ipplepen Village Parish History

IPPLEPEN is a medium size village built on a limestone
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Ipplepen Prison (Lock-Up)

Ipplepen had a small Lock-up (prison) that operated between 1800-1899.
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Roman settlement in Ipplepen

In 2010 the University of Exeter, the British Museum and
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Italian Garden at Great Ambrook

Exploring the Italian Garden
 The garden that was designed and
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Ipplepen History Group News

Monday 05th December 2022

December – Newsletter 2022

December 2022 Magazine Article

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Monday 05th December 2022

November Newsletter 2022

Magazine Article November 2022

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Monday 03rd October 2022

October Newsletter 2022

October 2022 Magazine article

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Sunday 04th September 2022

September Newsletter 2022

Magazine article September 2022

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Thursday 04th August 2022

August Newsletter 2022

IPPLEPEN CARNIVAL

The carnival has always been an opportunity for everyone to let their hair down a bit and have some fun. It’s about dressing up and being prepared to make a fool of yourself and bringing everyone together to enjoy the summer season. The pictures here date from the 1948 Carnival and in that post war period with continuing rationing everyone jumped at the opportunity to enter the spirit of the occasion.As another point of contrast, I checked one of our old magazines and found an account of the 1992 carnival. The events for that included an Egg Throwing Competition, a Drama evening provided by the Ipplepen Amateur Dramatic Society, a Scout Fun Run, and a service at the end of the week in St.  Andrew’s ❯ VIEW ARTICLE

Thursday 04th August 2022

July Newsletter 2022

AGM

We would like to invite everyone to our AGM on MONDAY JULY 25th at the Village Hall starting at 7.30pm. New members are particularly welcome and if you would like to become more involved in our activities this evening provides an opportunity. Once the business of the evening is complete, we are delighted to welcome Jon Bell from the Exeter Redcoats to share some of his experiences as a tour guide.

The Redcoats are all volunteers and are known for their breadth of knowledge, good humour, and enthusiasm. All the Redcoats undergo five months of training before being awarded their distinctive red jackets. Tours last around ninety minutes covering a number of themes including: – Forgotten Exeter, Medieval Exeter, Tudor Exeter, Ghosts and Legends of the City and Georgian Exeter. Jon is a very entertaining speaker, and you

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