Welcome to Hemyock Friday, October 28 2016 @ 12:59 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
Click here for details of
THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (REMEMBRANCE DAY PARADE, HEMYOCK) ORDER 2016 TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC
Committee Meeting, Longmead Pavilion
Monday 5th September at 19.00hrs (approx.)
1) Apologies for absence
2) Minutes of the last meeting and matters arising
4) Pavilion and Sports facilities
5) Longmead Environmental Area Project
6) Any other business
7) Date of next meeting
Connecting Devon and Somerset Update
Phase 2 Procurement
In July Connecting Devon and Somerset partnership (CDS) issued its open tender to extend the superfast broadband scheme in phase two. £39.5m of public sector investment will deliver Next Generation Access broadband services (a minimum of 30 Mbps) and ultrafast broadband (of speeds greater than 100 Mbps) to tens of thousands of homes and businesses across Devon and Somerset in predominantly rural areas.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
A dry and settled day, with variable cloud amounts and occasional bright or sunny spells once any morning mist or fog clears. Continuing to feel mild. Maximum Temperature 16 °C.
Dry, but largely cloudy overnight with light winds, and staying mild. Some mist or fog patches are likely to form in prone spots later in the night. Minimum Temperature 9 °C.
Dry for many through Saturday, although with the odd spot of rain or drizzle, mainly over coasts and hills. It'll be dull and cloudy with light winds. Maximum Temperature 16 °C.
Sunday and Monday still largely settled, and perhaps a little brighter than Saturday. Cloudier on Tuesday, and perhaps a little cooler.
Updated at: 0200 on Fri 28 Oct 2016