Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, August 30 2016 @ 06:00 pm BST
Hemyock is the largest village on the Blackdown Hills, which is now designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The parish has an area of about 2350 hectares, and lies on the NW of the Blackdown Hills.
The village boasts a wide variety of clubs and activities to suit all ages and requirements - from bowls and tennis to WI and religious meetings.
If you're new to the village click HERE
For history of the village click HERE
For more photos click HERE
Traffic Order 24th-28th August Lickham Cross - Gypsy Cross
Left Uffculme School?
Going on with Education?
The Mary Waldron Trust may be able to assist you financially in vocational and further education (including Richard Huish College) with purchases of books and equipment, including computer requisites. Those applying should normally be resident in Hemyock or Clayhidon and must have received full time education at one or more of:
Hemyock Primary School
Applications from students (not their parents) are welcome and must be in writing or email. Actual receipts for purchases made must be provided in due course.
More details can be obtained from the Secretary, to whom applications should also be addressed:
Mr Mike Reynolds, Hidon Mill, Clayhidon, EX15 3PL
Phone 680481 email email@example.com
Temporary Traffic Order Coombe Hill - click here
LONGMEAD MANAGEMENT GROUP
Annual General Meeting
Monday 27th June at 19.00hrs.
1 Apologies for Absence
2 Minutes of the last AGM
3 Matters Arising
4 Chairman’s Report
5 Financial Report
6 Club Reports - Youth and Senior Football and Tennis
7 Any Other Business
On Sunday 3rd July the Friends of St Mary's will welcome Michael Farley to the Parish church for an afternoons entertainment when he will play and explain some of the workings of the church organ.
There is no admission charge but a retiring collection. Tea and cake will be available and the event will start at 3pm - all are welcome
Culm Davy from the south westBrowse Album
After a fine end to the day in the east, cloud, initially across western parts, will spread eastwards overnight with some light rain and drizzle possible over the hills and Moors. Minimum Temperature 14 °C.
Cloudy, with outbreaks of rain spreading southeastwards during the morning. This will soon clear away with a dry and bright afternoon following. Maximum Temperature 21 °C.
Dry and fine with sunny spells on Thursday. Cloudier during Friday, with rain pushing in from the west. Further rain on Saturday, along with stronger winds.
Updated at: 1604 on Tue 30 Aug 2016