|Lympstone Training Band
||Welcomes anyone interested in learning an brass or percussion instrument, particularly those still at school
||Promoters of mostly professional music, drama and children's cultural events
|Lympstone South West Telecoms Brass Band
||Village brass band dating back as far as 1889
|Lympstone Ceilidh Band
||Five piece band with caller available to play for all occasions
|Jenny Moon Storyteller
||Oral storyteller (adults, children - events, education, care situations etc)
|Exmouth Shanty Men
||Sirius Error (aka Ben Redding), Navigator (and bookings clerk)
||Three members of Devon’s famous buoy band live in the village, though one of them looks suspiciously like a girl.
||Ron Gordon, Secretary
||Lympstone Folk meet monthly, currently on the second Wednesday at the Globe at 8.30. Acoustic singers, musicians, or wordsters are welcome to perform – admission is free.
|La La Lympstone
||Sam Abrahams, Creator, Musical Director
||Mixed voice choir that's open to all
||Shirley Wilkes, Chairman
||Friendly village amateur dramatics society
|Lympstone Art Group
||We welcome anyone who is interested in the visual arts, irrespective of ability
|Lympstone Film Society
||The Film Society runs screenings from September through to April, and invites new members
|Lympstone Village Hall
||All of the rooms are available for hire evenings and weekends.
||Allotments with stunning south facing views over the Exe Estuary and Exmouth
||Diana de la Rue: President/Secretary
||Afternoon social gathering for ladies of all ages. Talks, outings and local community activities.
|Lympstone Mothers’ Union Diocesan Members
||Jennifer Mather, Treasurer
||01395 278594 [Diocesan Office, Exeter Tues/Fri term-time 01392 254126]
||A group of diocesan members living in Lympstone who meet and work informally and also raise money locally for Mothers' Union work
|Friends of Lympstone Furry Dance
||Graham Wills, Dance Leader
||Organisers of the Furry Dance and supporting events
|Lympstone Garden Club
||Viv Day, Chairman
||Holds talks and outings, coffee morning and Annual Flower and Produce Show. Everyone welcome.
|Avocet Line Rail Users Group (ALRUG)
||Tony Day, Chairman
||ALRUG seeks to represent the interests of users and potential users of rail services on the line from Exmouth to Exeter St Davids. ALRUG has a notice board in the shelter on Lympstone Village station.
||Tony Day, Father Christmas and clerk
||Lympstone Mummers perform the traditional Lympstone play annually around the village pubs, usually on the Saturday before Christmas.
|Friends of Lympstone Village Station
||Tony Day, Co-ordinator
||The Friends of Lympstone Village Station are people in the village who help to plant, maintain and water the floral displays on the station platform and adjoining embankment.
|Lympstone Historic Houses Group
||Helen Dimond, Chairman
||To promote interest in listed and other significant buildings and their appropriate conservation, restoration or development
|Lympstone History Society
||Angela Coles, chair
||Local and family history society
|Exmouth Ring and Ride
||Door to door service for people with mobility problems
|The Booksill (Supporting Lifeboats)
||March to October, open 24 hours, novels for everyone
|Third Age Project (TAP)
||Lighthearted meetings weekly for OAPs
|The Royal British Legion Lympstone
||We safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are serving or who have served in the Armed Forces.
||Keeping friends across the Channel!