Uffculme Local History Group – Our Food Heritage!

An exhibition in our historic Village Hall, in which Uffculme Local History Group will be presenting photographs, information and food-related books and artefacts celebrating aspects of Uffculme’s past.

Uffculme Local History Group is mounting an exhibition of photographs from our archive, with old and new views of our interesting, working village. These will be presented together with a selection of old cookery books pertaining to this year’s “Food” theme. We’ll also have utensils used in food production from past years. Food plays an important part in all our lives and here food production is also a big part of our rural heritage, so expect at least a few references to farming practices of the past! This will all take place in our historic Village Hall, on Saturday September 11th 2021, as an all day event.

Booking Details

No booking required


Parking is limited in the surrounding area (on street) and there is no designated Blue Badge bay nearby. Parking is possible in front of Kingwood Children building nearby in Denners Way or at Magelake Pavilion car park (approx 350 yards away – small gravel surface in car park). Accessible entrance to hall at side not front door (will be marked).

COVID-19 Considerations

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival. We will maintain strict social distancing and limit numbers in the hall. Layout of exhibition will enable easier social distancing. Increased hygiene arrangements. Refreshment area will be separate from exhibition and, weather permitting, will allow for people to move outside to the village green.

Additional Information

As above under access arrangements, parking is very limited in the surrounding area (buses, lorries and tractors use the road so it is important not to restrict access). Recommend arrive by foot or bicycle. Parking available in Magelake Pavilion car park some 350 yards further down Bridge Street (on the right over the stone river bridge).


Almost opposite St Mary’s Parish Church

Organised by

Uffculme Local History Group

Categories: Guided Activities and Tours, History and Experience Days


  • Free Entry

Venue: Uffculme Village Hall

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