RAF Upottery (also known as Smeatharpe) is a former World War II airfield in
East Devon, England. The airfield is located near the village of Upottery, ...
Jun 24, 2016 ... Guide to Upottery, Devon ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish
registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, ...
Oct 17, 2013 ... That said, Upottery was over 200 miles away from my home in Nottinghamshire
and having never made it to the airfield myself, I contacted ...
Upottery Parish Council . This is the website for all things to do with the parish of
Upottery in the Blackdown Hills Area of. Outstanding Natural Beauty in Devon ...
Aug 16, 2011 ... Every year the www.screamingeagleslhg.co.uk pay homage to the men who flew
from this airfield to spearhead the D-Day landings of 6th June ...
Aug 23, 2011 ... Here are some members of the cast of Band of Brothers taken 20-21 Aug 2011
arriving at Upottery Airfield Wings and Wheels event.
The Sidmouth Arms, Upottery, East Devon. Atractive pub/restaurant in pleasant
village setting, roomy and comfortable, with helpful staff, well kept Otter beers, ...
Upottery is a small village nestled in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty, on the River Otter, from which it takes its name. The village was ...
RAF Upottery. The airfield at Smeatharpe was the last of the three airfields to be
built on the Blackdown Hills during 1943 and was officially named Upottery.
Upottery is located within East Devon local authority area. Historically it formed
part of Axminster Hundred. It falls within Honiton Vol 1 Deanery for ecclesiastical