Welcome to Hemyock Thursday, October 19 2017 @ 10:02 am BST

Welcome to Hemyock

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

Hemyock Parish Council

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Temporary Traffic Order - Remembrance Parade 

Hemyock Tomorrow

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Feedback Forms for the Hemyock Today discussion document should be returned by Friday September 15th please.

Hemyock History

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The first meeting of the new year for the History Group is a talk by Tom Harris on 3000 years of the History of Bells plus related culture and art.  The meeting is in the Church Rooms at 7.30pm.  Come along for an interesting and informative evening. 

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Hemyock Tomorrow - this is a fuller version of the document which is shortly being delivered to all homes in the parish of Hemyock.  The circulated summary document has a Feedback Form attached to it.  Please cut off and return the form to the boxes in the Post Office or SPAR, or scan and email to hemyockpc@gmail.com by 15th September 2017. Thank you.

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Click here for Feedback Form (Word version)

Click here for Feedback Form (pdf)

Hemyock Parish Council

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Cleaner Wanted

 

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Statement of persons nominated & notice of poll

Election of a Member of Parliament

 

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Temporary Traffic Order

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Temporary traffic order

Combe Hill - 20-21 July 

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Trip to The Eden Project- 26th May

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Eden Project Trip  26th of May 

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Do you want to attend a free Emergency First Aid at Work training event on Saturday 3rd June, 9.30am - 4pm?

Tennis Club has Social Media!

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If a fit of marketing zeal, the Tennis Club now has a Facebook page, with some amazing aerial shots of the courts and up-to-the minute stuff about our events. 

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A dry start for many. Heavy rain spreading east later.

Today:

Apart from patchy rain in the east, it will be a bright start with a little sunshine. Outbreaks of heavy rain and strong winds will spread east to affect all parts this afternoon, with a risk of coastal gales later. Maximum Temperature 17 °C.

Tonight:

Windy and wet to start the night, with coastal gales affecting Devon and Cornwall. The rain will die away by morning, with the winds easing too. Minimum Temperature 9 °C.

Friday:

A dry and bright morning with some sunny spells. Thickening cloud will spread rain eastwards through the afternoon, although parts of Dorset may stay dry until evening. Maximum Temperature 17 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Gales on Saturday with frequent heavy showers or longer spells of rain. Winds slowly ease on Sunday with a mix of sunshine and showers. Further rain is expected on Monday.

Updated at: 0202 on Thu 19 Oct 2017



sourced from the Met Office