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Monday, May 20 2013 @ 10:36 AM BST
Monday night is rehearsal night for Hemyock Singers - why not come along and join (no auditions) and see what fantastic, fun music is being prepared for the Christmas concert on Friday 7th December,
Venue - Baptist Chapel : time - 7.30pm.
A coffee morning to purchase tickets for the concert will be held at the Forbes Lounge on Saturday 24th November.
New to the area? never attended a concert here before? - a word of advice ....... tickets sell like hot cakes!
Everyone is welcome to the Harvest Festival service to be held at the Parish Church of St Mary's on Friday 28th September at 7p.m. A supper will be held afterwards - there is a list of suggested food folk may like to bring at the back of the church - followed by entertainment.
On Sunday 30th the festival will continue with a Joint Mission Community Service of Holy Communion at 10.30a.m.
A special service of Morning Prayer will take place this Sunday,9th September, at St Mary's when an augmented choir will sing Choral Matins to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Book of Common Prayer.
The service will begin at 11.15am and be conducted by the Rev David Burton A warm welcome is extended to all.
During the afternoon, to continue Heritage Sunday celebrations, there will be an exhibition of needlecraft at the church, as usual delicious refreshments will be avaliable and Hemyock Castle which is alongside the church will also be open.
If you have any type of needlecraft you would be willing to donate to the display please contact 01823 680436
Applications are currently being invited for membership of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. Membership confers voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and other general meetings of the Trust.
The Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd is an open membership, not-for-profit organisation – anyone who lives in the Hemyock/Clayhidon area can apply to join the Trust. Applicants must agree with the Rules of the Trust which may be found on the hemyock.org website at http://hemyock.org/article.php/20120813100859798 . Applications will be considered by the Trust's Directors.
Membership costs £5 (which purchases five shares with a nominal value of £1), and there is an annual subscription of £5.
Application forms were distributed at the Open Meeting held on 22nd June 2012. In order to attend the Trust's initial Special General Meeting to be held on Saturday 22nd September, applications must be received by the Company Secretary by 31st August 2012. Anyone still requiring a membership form can receive a copy by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org .
Applications are invited for the role of director of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust. Applications must be received by the Company Secretary by Saturday 8th September 2012. Please request a copy of the Application Form from email@example.com).
Directors are subject to the Rules of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. which may be found on the hemyock.org website http://hemyock.org/article.php/20120813100859798
The directors on the Trust’s board are appointed by members at the annual general meeting (or the initial special general meeting).
All candidates for a board position must find existing members of the Trust to act as a proposer and seconder and then declare their intention to stand for the board by e-mail or in writing to the Company Secretary 14 days before the meeting.
Power Plate have launched an online TV channel to help users get more benefit from use. The Centre has free WiFi, so if you bring your laptop to a Power Plate session, you can access this resource while you workout - very handy.
Many users at The Centre use Power Plate for rehab work but it is great for keeping fit and toning up too. There is much hype surrounding the Power Plate but a deeper look at the Power Plate website (under research) reveals some interesting medical benefits resulting from clincial trials.
Read more about the TV channel on The Centre's website.
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Rain in east clearing, then dry with warm sunny spells.
Dry and bright start in the west, but cloudier with some patchy rain across eastern parts, which will clear through the morning. Warm sunny spells developing across most places during the day, however temperatures will be suppressed along western coasts. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Dry with clear spells at first, however it will become increasingly cloudy overnight with some patchy light rain developing, especially across northern parts. A rather mild night. Minimum temperature 9 °C.
Another cloudy start with some patchy rain in places, however it will become increasingly drier and brighter during the day. Feeling warm in the sunshine, but cooler towards western coasts. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Updated: 0334 on Mon 20 May 2013
Forecast for Exmoor National Park for Monday
Largely dry and fine, with warm sunny spells and perhaps some patchy hill fog at times. Light northwesterly winds.
Updated: 0425 on Mon 20 May 2013
Forecast for Dartmoor National Park for Monday
Dry and rather cloudy at first, with patchy hill fog, but becoming brighter with warm sunny spells. Light northwesterly winds.
Updated: 0425 on Mon 20 May 2013
sourced from the Met Office
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