Lupton House 1940's Weekend


We have decided to take a break in 2017

We would like to take this opportunity to Thank Everyone who has been involved in our event

All our Committee Members
and not forgetting the Lupton Trust

We hope to see you in 2018


..Come and join us for a glimpse into the past..

Lupton House is once again hosting our charity 1940's weekend.

Lupton House is a beautiful, historic Grade II listed building situated near Brixham, Devon.

Journey back in time and experience a taste of 1940's life with loads of family fun.

As well as many people getting in the mood with period costume, we also have displays consisting of:-

  • Military vehicles

  • Educational talks

  • Demonstrations

  • Craft & Vintage stalls

  • Vintage Fun fair

  • Vintage vehicles

  • Plus lots more, creating a fun weekend for all ages!

Lupton's own tea rooms and Bar (from noon) will be open during both days.

Hot food is also available in our Victory Party seating area in the courtyard.

Displays and crafts will be situated inside Lupton House so come and enjoy the surroundings.

We also have live music throughout the day.  In the ballroom we have Sandy Sparkle (twice daily) 

In the Victory Cafe area we have Babs Army and Samantha Montini 

We also have Guest speaker Barry Riley Who will be Giving talks in the ballroom each day.

Lupton makes a lovely backdrop
Not all Military

A little history

The 1940′s weekend aims to show off all the heritage features that still remain in the house and gardens, as well as showing the important role Lupton House played in WW2 and in particular the D-Day landings of 1944.

Lupton House was used by the US Army from 1943 as a sub-area headquarters for the training of troops for Operation Overlord (D-Day). Lupton House became Camp K6, in Marshalling Area K. Lupton had accommodation for 2,500 troops and 355 vehicles.