Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, March 28 2017 @ 06:42 pm BST
The Hemyock website is intended to allow bona-fide clubs, organisations and businesses within the Parish of Hemyock and the Churches of Hemyock with Culm Davy, Clayhidon and Culmstock to promote themselves and to communicate with residents and other interested parties.
The site is jointly owned and run by the Parish Council and the Anglican Churches of Hemyock with Culm Davy, Clayhidon and Culmstock, who also publish the ‘Parish Pump’. The owners reserve the right to refuse to allow organisations to have space and to edit or remove entries.
Normal standards of communication and decency are expected. Obscenity, profanity, abuse and promotion of illegal activities will not be permitted.
The views of contributors are not necessarily those of the Owners. The Owners accepts no liability for;
(i) any claims made by organisations taking space
(ii) any errors or omissions in any advertisement as submitted by organisations taking space
(iii) any legal action as a result of the organisations taking space.
Organisations external to Hemyock may be allowed space on the website to advertise events of interest to residents of the area, subject to the approval of the owners.
The Owners are not responsible for the content of external websites. The inclusion of a link to an external website from hemyock.org should not be understood to be an endorsement of that website.
For further details contact Paul Steed on 01823 680787
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Users of photos taken from the website must observe this copyright and give credit to the owner where stated, or in the absence of a named owner, credit to this site.
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Rain will move in from the west this evening, with some heavy outbreaks. The rain will become patchier overnight but we could see hill fog over higher ground. It will be a mild night though with the cloud blanket. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.
Further rain will affect the west tomorrow but for many it will stay dry. The skies will be mostly grey and cloudy though. Maximum Temperature 14 °C.
More rain is expected on Thursday and Friday, with some heavy bursts. Sunshine and showers will then arrive for Saturday, and it'll feel cooler.
Updated at: 1545 on Tue 28 Mar 2017