Welcome to Hemyock Sunday, May 27 2018 @ 10:46 pm 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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Parish Council
HEMYOCK TOMORROW is a vision for the future which outlines our priorities for the next five years. It has been prepared by the community for the community:
 
 

Hemyock Parish Council

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Parish Council

Come along to the Annual Parish Meeting - Friday 27th April, 7pm - Parish Hall.

Meeting opens at 7pm with displays around the hall and the formal presentations start at 7.30pm.

Cheese & Wine.

Everyone welcome.

 

Repair Cafe

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General News Next Repair Cafe - Saturday 26th May 10-12 noon 

Don't miss The Amazing Film of Hemyock

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General News

 

Go and see ‘The Amazing Film of Hemyock ‘ and you will find it it not only amazingly well filmed but fascinating and absorbing and amusing in equal measure.
There are even quite a few well known Clayhidon faces in it.
I must admit that the thought of two hours watching life in Hemyock over the last seven years didn’t sound that riveting, but it truly was.

Hemyock Singers Concert - 28th April

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General News Hemyock Singers are now rehearsing for our next Concert which will be in St Mary’s, Hemyock on Saturday 28 April at 7.30pm.  The programme includes a selection from ‘The Armed Man’ by Karl Jenkins which is a powerful and dramatic contemporary Mass for Peace.  We continue to rehearse in Hemyock Baptist Church on Mondays at 7.30pm and new recruits, or returning choristers, are always most welcome