RAF Ripperston

RAF Ripperston

GCI Radar Station ~ RAF Ripperston 1944

A former  ‘TOP SECRET’ WWII GCI Radar Station in St. Brides, Pembrokeshire

Named in honour of the first building, the Set House,  over the past twenty years we have undertaken an extensive repair & maintenance program to preserve the extraordinary WWII buildings that are a part of our home. John being interested in History & Jane loving everything about Art, we have focused on both History and Art, not only preserving the atmosphere of the original WWII site but also incorporating a display of Fine Art, including some wonderful Aviation paintings by members of GAvA.

ART in the Set House Studio ~ ART in the Set House Gallery

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ART in the Officer’s Quarters & Admin Space

We do not have sponsored advertising on this website but have been given huge support from the following,  EXCELLENT  businesses.

We fully recommend them all for their commitment to ensure a quality service, their superb customer support and their professionalism.

LEEKES of CROSSHANDS

PGS FABRICATIONS Ltd, Johnston, Haverfordwest.  Tel:  07970 212280

DRAGON WIFI

Ken Bowen & Sons – Heating & Plumbing Services    Tel:  01348 872067

Peter Dunn – Electrician – a dearly loved friend and helper – now sadly passed

We have also had highly valued support from the following

people & associations

SUNDERLAND TRUST

Coleg Sir Gar – Carmarthen School of Art

CASW

Welsh Framing Supplies

Historical content:

Malcolm Cullen, Chris Morstead (former curator of Air Defense Radar Museum, Neatishead), Betsy DeBlois of Rhode Island, USA, Steve Jones, John Evans, and Dale Historical Society.

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