A busy Week at RAF Ripperston

We always enjoy everything we do at the Set House and in the  admin buildings of former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston, especially mending leaky roofs

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We NEARLY always enjoy everything we do at former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston, just a small part of our unusual home – I think that maybe ‘re-roofing’ the leaky big building might just be at the limit of that statement for John – What a Star! Funding failed to be achievable and so it is a DIY task. Well, for those of you who have already visited us here, you will possibly guess that it’s not the worst John’s had to do to achieve our aims.

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We have had, and are having, some amazing times here at Ripperston in St. Brides. Thank you HPB – if it wasn’t for our staying as Bondholders at St Brides Castle, we wouldn’t be living here and sharing this amazing Top Secret WWII history with all of you. We still have faith that the some of the best ‘working’ times yet to come.

AND THAT IS, when we have time to get creative again – so many ideas and so little time. We SHALL get there soon. Printmaking, Painting and creating a very special series of ‘Sutherland Inspired’ Photographs which we have been waiting to do for three years now. In the meantime we are thoroughly enjoying showing all our visitors around and sharing the amazing history of this historical little place in Pembrokeshire.

Thank you for reading and a huge welcome to all our new followers and visitors.

About Jane Eve Dixon

A (not so mature) Photography Student
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