Jenny Moon Storyteller

Oral storyteller (adults, children - events, education, care situations etc.)

Contact: Jenny Moon

Telephone No.: 01395 708850 or mobile 07929 416066

La La Lympstone

La La Choir

Mixed voice choir that's open to all, meeting every week

Contact: Sam Abrahams

Telephone No.: 01395 276708

Lympstone Academy Brass

Welcomes anyone interested in learning a brass or percussion instrument, particularly those still at school

Contact: Roger Riggs

Telephone No.: 07954 194322

Lympstone Art Group

We welcome anyone who is interested in the visual arts, irrespective of ability.

Contact: Judith Carter

Telephone No.: 01395 274104

Lympstone Entertainments

Promoters of mostly professional music, drama and children's cultural events.
Box Office (2, Brookfield Cotts, The Strand)

Contact: Sheila Stone

Telephone No.: 01395 274356 . Box office, Demelza, 01395 272243.

Lympstone Film Society

The film society screens films monthly from September to April, plus matinees and extra events.
Membership details from Helen Dimond 01395 223433, email

Contact: Sheila Stone (Chair) or Helen Dimond (Membership Secretary)

Telephone No.: Sheila 01395 274356

Lympstone Folk, Roots and Acoustic

Lympstone Folk meet on the fourth Wednesday each month in The Loft, Redwing Inn. Anyone interested in playing or singing, or just watching, any kind of acoustic music is most welcome to come along.”

Contact: Tony Day

Telephone No.: 01395 268653

Lympstone Players

Friendly, community theatre group.

Contact: David Eaton

Telephone No.: 07956 405145

South West Comms Band

Village brass band dating back as far as 1889

Contact: Robbie Steel

Telephone No.: 07951 839654

Exmouth Shanty Men

The Exmouth Shanty Men

Devon's 'original buoy band'.

Contact: John Wokersien

Telephone No.: 01395 223182

Wool Craft Group

An opportunity to come along and spend time working on a craft you are interested.
Please join us if you are interested in any form of fibre craft. Also to anyone who wants to learn. I look forward to seeing you there.
Meet monthly 10am - 1pm on a Friday (except August)
Bring along the items you need for your craft,
Cost will be about £2.50, depending on numbers.
Please bring some lunch and your own tea/coffee. (milk provided)

Contact: Karen Ball

Telephone No.: 07713642595


1st Lympstone Scouts

Lympstone Scout Group has Beavers (ages 6-8), Cub Pack (ages 8 - 11) and Sea Scouts (ages 11 - 14).

Contact: Mike Goom (Group Scout Leader)

Telephone No.: 07973 642105

Avocet Line Rail Users Group (ALRUG)

ALRUG represents the interests of users and potential users of rail services on the line from Exmouth to Exeter St Davids.

Contact: Tony Day

Telephone No.: 01395 268653

Claremont Medical Practice

Practice has two sites - Exmouth Health Centre and Underhill Surgery, Lympstone.

Telephone No.: 01395 265797

Exmouth & Lympstone Hospiscare

Providing care in the Exmouth and Lympstone area for people with a life threatening illness.

Telephone No.: 01395 224089

Exmouth Ring and Ride

Friends of Gulliford Burial Ground

This group has been formed to support & promote Gulliford Burial Ground, raising funds to enable work to be carried out on the walls & tombs to preserve the site for the future.

Contact: Angela Coles

Friends of Lympstone Furry Dance

Organisers of the Furry Dance and supporting events.

Contact: Roger Riggs (Charman of Furry Dance Committee)

Telephone No.: 0754194322

Friends of Lympstone Open Spaces (FLOS)

This group looks after the open spaces in Lympstone, and raises funds to update and improve our local open spaces.
Its first project is to update the play area in Candy's Field.

Contact: Lympstone Parish Council Clerk, Lucy Tyrrell

Telephone No.: 0780717081

Friends of Lympstone Village Station

The Friends of Lympstone Village Station help to plant, maintain and water the floral displays on the station platform and adjoining embankment.

Contact: Tony Day

Telephone No.: 01395 268653

Friends of the Church

A village charity whose purpose is to raise funds to help maintain the Church fabric.

Contact: Ian Scott

Telephone No.: 01395 227556

Heathfield Allotment Trust

Lympstone residents* interested in growing their own produce may apply to go on the waiting list for a plot. Please contact Claire Whiter on 01395 488306 or email for an application form. The allotments have south facing views over the Exe Estuary and Exmouth.

Contact: Claire Whiter

Telephone No.: 01395 488306

Lympstone Community Hub

Lympstone Community Hub receives funding through the Parish Council as part of our local Neighbourhood Plan in order to promote, retain and develop strong community groups and services that contribute to cohesion, awareness and participation. Our purpose is to support and develop local groups and initiatives that promote a healthy, vibrant and cohesive community.
In order to carry out our purpose, we seek to:
• Facilitate events that bring the community together
• Support local groups that contribute to the fabric of the community
• Provide support to local groups wishing to run or contribute to inclusive community events that are freely accessible
• Provide a central port of call for individuals and groups to make links and connections with others
• We can provide some funding support for some initiatives, such as events or community projects; generally amounts will be between £50 and £500.

Contact: Nick Linfoot

Telephone No.: (none available)

Lympstone Community Workspace

Lympstone's Community Workspace
Collaborate – Connect – Community
The Hub (formerly Youth Club)
Candy’s Field
Lympstone Village

Open 8am-6pm Mon-Fri
£10 per day (includes WIFI, tea and coffee, printer facility)

Reduced rates on weekends and for students.
Book via email or weblink below

Lympstone Fishery & Harbour Association

Manage and administers boating facilities for the benefit of Lympstone boat users.

Contact: Richard Crisp

Telephone No.: 01395 273211

Lympstone Flood Resilience

The Lympstone Flood Resilience Group (LFRG) is a working group of the Lympstone Parish Council, that engages positively with the relevant Flood Risk Management Authorities. Since our formation in 2017 our objective has been to develop a more coordinated and strategic approach to flood risk management in the village.
Phil Corcos Tel 07715 454726
John Brewer Tel 01395 708233
Lympstone Parish Council Cllr David Young Tel 01392 876929

Contact: Phil Corcos, John Brewer, David Young

Telephone No.: Phil Corcos 07715 454726 , John Brewer 01395 708233, Cllr David Young 01392 876929

Lympstone Garden Club

Holds talks and outings, coffee morning and Annual Flower and Produce Show. Everyone welcome.

Contact: Suki Commin

Lympstone Historic Houses Group

To promote interest in listed and other significant buildings and their appropriate conservation, restoration or development

Contact: Helen Dimond

Telephone No.: 01395 223433

Lympstone History Society

Local and family history society

Contact: Jenny Moon (Chair)

Telephone No.: (none)

Lympstone Mummers

Perform the traditional Lympstone play annually around the village pubs, usually on the Saturday before Christmas.

Contact: Tony Day

Telephone No.: 01395 268653

Lympstone Parish Church

Beautiful old Christian Church, at the heart of Lympstone.

Contact: Jeff Russell

Lympstone Phone Box Book Exchange

The Book Exchange is housed in the old telephone box at the junction of Gibraltar Road and Trafalgar Road. It is maintained by local residents and has been fitted with shelving thanks to support from the Community Hub.

Please help us keep the books clean and tidy, and free from damage.
• Help yourself to books for yourself or your children
• Place your unwanted books on the shelves for others to take
• Please leave the shelves tidy so that all books can be seen
• If there is no more shelf space, please bring your books on another day!
• Sorry, but no games or Jigsaws, thank you.

Contact: Mary Turner

Lympstone Quilt Group

Local quilting group meeting in Lympstone

Contact: Sally Harradine

Telephone No.: 01395 282649

Exterior photo of Lympstone village hall

Lympstone Village Hall

Lympstone Village Hall is located at the heart of our community, and we aim to provide a safe, welcoming and well-equipped venue where local people can come together for community events and activities. We offer three bright and welcoming spaces, recently redecorated throughout and fitted with a UV air sanitising system. The rooms accommodate a wide range of village activities, meetings, social groups as well as events such as parties and wedding receptions. The venue is also available for business hire, having ideal facilities for both conferences and smaller meetings. Whole venue hire is available. For more information, to check availability, or to make a booking enquiry please visit our website or contact Caron, Bookings Coordinator, Lympstone Village Hall CIO, School Hill, Lympstone, EX8 5JY. 

Telephone No.: 07565 856907

Lympstone Youth Club

Youth Club for village children to participate in fun and games.
Friday evenings - alternating between Juniors and Seniors sessions.

Contact: Susan Brggs

Telephone No.: 07731 808663


The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea

Contact: Alan Burton

Telephone No.: 01395 263912

The Booksill

The Booksill is in the centre of the Village opposite Susannah's Tea Room.
Books are displayed 24/7 from March to October, simply select any of interest and make an appropriate donation to the RNLI. If you wish to supply books for this fundraising please leave them in a weatherproof bag at the back door of the house.

Contact: Alan Burton

Telephone No.: 01395 263912

Wild About Lympstone

Our vision: The Wild About Lympstone group recognises the importance and value of local wildlife both for the health of our natural environment and our own personal wellbeing.

We encourage and support small individual and community actions that strengthen our connection with nature, and each other, and help to maintain, restore, and enhance local wildlife and the natural landscapes it depends on.

Find out more about us:
- Watch out for our regular articles in the Lympstone Herald and on the village website under Positive Lympstone
- Follow us on Facebook at 
- Share your Lympstone wildlife sightings at 'Wild About Lympstone Wildlife Watch'
- Share updates about wildlife seen in and around the village in our group 'Wild About Lympstone Wildlife Watch'

Contact us at

Contact: Mary Truell & Rebecca Abrahams


Devon Home Library Service

A local volunteer will talk to you about what you like to read or listen to, then seek out the right books at the Library and bring them to you.

Contact: Service Manager

Telephone No.: 07786 635163

Lympstone Pre School

Lympstone preschool is a committee led charity preschool in Lympstone village. We offer children from the age of 2 years till 4 years (school age) a safe and stimulating environment to grow and develop.
We are open 50 weeks of the year, offering holiday club and wraparound care as well for children up to the age of 11 years.

Contact: Lympstone Preschool

Telephone No.: (01395) 266511/ 07395391052

Lympstone Primary School

Village Primary School

Contact: Emily Mellor

Telephone No.: 01395 266580

Lympstone School Parents, Teachers and Friends Association

Organizes social events and fundraising activities to buy equipment and experiences that the school cannot provide with its own funding.

St Peter’s School

Local Preparatory School for children aged 3 to 13

Contact: Rachel Jupp

Telephone No.: 01395 272148


Avocet Shotokan

Shotokan Karate Club.

Contact: Peter Edwards

Telephone No.: 07858 265291

Lympstone Amateur Boxing Club

New members always welcome.

Contact: Neil Parsons

Telephone No.: 07454 546382

Lympstone Cricket Club

Lympstone Football Club

Friendly football club. All are welcome to join as players or volunteers.

Contact: George Webster

Telephone No.: 01395 265394

Lympstone Sailing Club

A very friendly sailing club for dinghies, day boats and cruisers, with an active programme on and off the water for all ages

Lympstone Tennis Club

Lympstone Tennis Club

Tennis Club offering social and competitive tennis to junior and adult members.

Contact: Liz Griffiths

Telephone No.: 01395 227536

Yoga: 2 Oaks Yoga

A slow and restful practice for those wanting the peacefulness of yoga in a setting that can adapt to suit their particular needs. Suitable for everyone, but especially those who are prescribed relaxation for stress/anxiety, those with physical injuries that might prevent them from attending a typical class or those recovering from significant illness.


Contact: Claire Hilton


Zumba is exercise in a party atmosphere. The benefits of Zumba include weight loss, it helps to tone your body, boosts heart health, de-stresses, improves co-ordination and most importantly makes you happy.
This class is taken by fully insured, trained and registered Zumba instructor Kym Osborne. Kym has been doing Zumba for 10 years and teaching for 3 years.
Zumba is for everybody, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Wednesdays 5:45pm – 6:45pm
- Lympstone Vllage Hall

Contact: Kym Osborne

Telephone No.: 07796 971694

Zumba classes

Zumba at Lympstone Youth Hut, Candy's field every Wednesday 9.20-10.20am
Gentler impact fun class. Effective fitness class with uplifting music and rhythms from around the world! Enjoy whole body movement and carefully guided steps with a licensed, experienced Instructor in a relaxed and friendly environment.

For more details contact Susan

Contact: Susan Mason

Telephone No.: 07583 242719

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