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2018

Finally, after technical difficulties (beyond me!), we are able to update our news page.

After a very wet Spring, we really welcomed the sunshine in May and June.

We were delighted last year to have Dippers nesting in the River Asker at the bottom of the garden, but sadly, this year they have not revisited us, however, the garden is blooming and the bees are doing well - so much so that we have been able to take an early crop of honey.

We came second again in the village scarecrow competition with our Wicker Man (the theme was 'the movies') and are now looking forward to the village fete on August 4th where we are planning to run a human fruit machine and also to the Bridport Hat Festival which is on September 1st.

 
2018

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Spring 2018

We have had difficulty with our news page for some time, but hopefully now operational again. Last year we were delighted to have a pair of Dippers in the river at the bottom of the garden, but despite best efforts, they have not revisited us this year.

 

PostHeaderIcon The Village of Uploders

Uploders lies in the Asker valley under the spectacular hill-fort of Eggardon, and is just two miles from Dorset’s ‘Jurassic Coast’ and within easy reach of historic Bridport and fossil-famous Charmouth and Lyme Regis. Uploders is the eastern part of the parish of Loders where the 12th century church of St Mary Magdelaine is situated. Most of the houses in the villages date from the 17th to 19th centuries and are constructed of stone with thatch roofs. The River Asker, which runs along the bottom of the garden at Dippers, flows through both villages before joining the River Brit at Bridport which enters the sea at West Bay just a mile or so to the south.

The River Asker
The River Asker
Church of St Mary Magdelaine
Church of St Mary Magdelaine
Uploders village street
Uploders village street
The village street Loders
The village street Loders