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Parish Council DON'T FORGET - FREE DEFIBRILLATOR TRAINING NEXT TUESDAY 30TH JANUARY 7-9PM at HALF MOON INN, CLAYHIDON

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Defibrillator Training 

Tuesday 30th January 7-9pm

Half Moon Inn

Working with Clayhidon & Culmstock Parish Council, Hemyock Parish Council invites you to attend a free defibrillator training session. The three parishes lease the defibrillators from South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and it provides an annual training session as part of the package. Last year the event was was held in Hemyock. This year it is Clayhidon's turn and Lynda Higgins from the Half Moon Inn has kindly offered her function room for the event.

Please come along and find out how to use the defibrillators and what to do etc.

Art exhibition at the Garages, Millhayes.

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General News Peter Barrett is having an exhibition of his latest paintings at The Garages, Millhayes, Hemyock, November 24th to 28th 2017, 9.30 am to 6.30 pm daily.   There’ll be oils and watercolours of Dartmoor landscapes, local woodland scenes,  bird studies, and many other west country subjects. 

Temporary Traffic Order

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Road closure 4th December Dunkeswell to Honiton 

Information about some forthcoming drainage works which involve a road closure on the Honiton to Dunkeswell Road, near Combe Raleigh.  

The road needs to close because a culvert has collapsed and requires replacement.  We are also installing new gullies whilst the closure is in place.  Please note the road will be excavated which means it will be impassable to vehicles.  It is essential these works are carried out to keep road users safe and maintain our assets. 

The works have been programmed to avoid the busy summer period but we are aware it will cause some inconvenience to road users and they should use an alternative route and allow more time for their journey.  As well as erecting road signs in the area in advance of the works, we will be informing our press office, and contacting the major businesses in the area, particularly those in Dunkeswell.  The works are programmed to commence on Monday 4 December for a maximum of 5 days.

Should you have any concerns regarding these works, or require further information, I would be happy to help.

Julie Fergusson

Highway Asset Officer

Devon County Council

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