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Market Brunch

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General News Why not come along to our Market Brunch at Hemyock Market on Saturday 16th February & 15th March from 10.00 until 11.45

What Is The Evening With Bishop Bob All About?

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St Mary's Church It is for you and everyone else in the Cullompton Deanery Bishop Bob will give some short and inspiring talks. Canon Mark Rylands, Diocesan Missioner will chair. Andrew Maries will lead the music.

St Mary's Guild - February 08

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St Mary's Church On Wednesday December 5, members of St Mary’s Guild met for their monthly meeting in the Church Rooms.

Christine Brown welcomed members before introducing speakers Malcolm and Mary Beal who entertained us with some tales and anecdotes about their life since Malcolm's ordination in the 1960s. Malcolm started his ministry in Keynsham before moving on to Speak in Liverpool. After which he and Mary with two little boys, David and Andrew found themselves moving again - to Uganda.  Whilst living in Uganda Sarah was born.

Lent Lunches

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St Mary's Church Frugal lunches of home made soups, bread & cheese will take place on Wednesdays during Lent in the Church Rooms.  Starting Ash Wednesday 6th February, from 12 noon.  All are welcome.

From Revd David Sherwood - February 08

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St Mary's Church Christmas is over and a New Year begins, A New Year full of opportunity and expectation which has been rather blunted by various bodies warning of an impending credit squeeze and a fall in the economy. All of us face rising energy charges, from fuel for our cars to the electricity that powers our homes. In addition, there are the hidden charges that will be added to the price of goods in our shops and will eventually find their way into our wallets and purses.

From Councillor Ray Radford

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General News Christmas has gone and now we are in a new year, hope you all enjoyed yourselves. We are now settling into the new Executive Structure at MDDC from last Nov, it will take time to settle down, we are all on a learning curve. The main difference is that Officers make the recommendations and the Executive make the decisions, in the place of committees. There are four Policy Groups who put MDDC's policies together and a Scrutiny Group who oversees everything, every Member is involved with the running of the Council in one way or another. But primary each Member is responsible in seeing that everyone in his Ward is being represented. If there is something that you want me to do for you, don`t hesitate to contact me for any help, that is what you elected me for.

Dogs Halt Football

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Longmead Field A recent football match was halted by the referee until dog mess was removed from the pitch.

The Longmead Sports complex is proving a great success particularly for dog lovers, but their presence is proving a nuisance to sports people and a potential heath risk.

Award For Poultry Man

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General News A Hemyock man has received a national award at the House of Commons in recognition of his role in the UK poultry industry.  

Flooding in Hemyock

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General News The recent rains caused the River Culm to rise to levels not seen for 15 years, according to local residents.  Both the Culmbridge Road and Station Road were flooded enough to make driving them a risky business.  The water at Whitehall was level with the humps of the two small bridges there. 

On Station Road and Culmbridge Road, many cars turned back, some tried it and made it and some tried it and flooded their engines.   Local Good Samaritan Roy Brook said he had towed 4 vehicles out so far from the Culmbridge Road.  See the photos in Read More...

Church Christmas Bazaar

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St Mary's Church Once again St Mary's Church, Hemyock along with Culm Davy chapel have held a highly successful Christmas Fair raising over £1,100 for the church and a further £600 plus for the chapel.