Rhode Hill Gardens

Uplyme, Devon

For tables and charts of monthly and annual rainfall at Rhode Hill Gardens, Uplyme,(Lyme Regis), East Devon, from 2000 to the present August Data
Rainfall at Rhode Hill Gardens
The 13th was the second wettest day (0900 to 0900GMT) since the year 2000.
August 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 August Total
to 22nd
mm 55.7 5.2 0 0 0 1.4 17.8 0.5 0.3 34.9 143.7
  Catalogue of the Ironmongery of a Victorian Greenhouse
 A Personal View of Uplyme Parish Council Meetings. The picture is of the Uplyme Village Hall where Parish Council Meetings take place on the second Wednesday in each month. A Personal View of the Meetings of Uplyme Parish Council
Introduction Updated
13th Feb. 2005
  Unofficial Progress Report of the Barnes Meadow Development
Updated 20th November 2008
A new Proposal to use Lyme Regis Golf Club's Driving Range and Practice Area as a Landfill Site
Rejection of the Waste Recovery Plan .
5th September 2014
  Strawberry Fields Proposed Sports Complex
Updated 19th August 2010

This is the home page of Rhode Hill Gardens, formerly known in its heyday as Rhode Hill Fruit Farm. The gardens are situated within Uplyme, one of England's largest parishes, on the Devon/Dorset border approximately a mile and a quarter north of the West Dorset coastal town of Lyme Regis.

At the turn of the last century the gardens with their extensive greenhouses were run on a commercial basis supplying their own greengrocer shop in Lyme Regis (until recently known as Cauly and Flowers), adjacent areas of south west England as well as London, with fruit, flowers and vegetables including peaches, pineapples, and grapes.


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