Welcome to Hemyock Monday, November 18 2019 @ 06:42 am GMT

New Members Welcome for Community Land Trust

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Applications are currently being invited for membership of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. Membership confers voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and other general meetings of the Trust.

The Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd is an open membership, not-for-profit organisation – anyone who lives in the Hemyock/Clayhidon area can apply to join the Trust. Applicants must agree with the Rules of the Trust which may be found on the hemyock.org website at http://hemyock.org/article.php/20120813100859798 . Applications will be considered by the Trust's Directors.

Membership costs £5 (which purchases five shares with a nominal value of £1), and there is an annual subscription of £5.

Application forms are available by emailing neilpunnett@aol.com.  

In order to attend the Trust's Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday 9th October, applications must be received by the Company Secretary by 22nd September 2014.


Thank you.

Culm Valley YFC Easter Bingo

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Culm Valley YFC Easter Bingo!

To be held at Hemyock Village Hall.

Thursday 17th April

Doors open 7pm, Eyes down 7.30pm

Raffle & Refreshments


Entry - Only £1

Everyones welcome, more the merrier!

In aid of Devon Air Ambulance

For more information contact Louisa Squire on 07580119968.

Culm Valley & Bampton YFC Charity Entertains Re-run

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Culm Valley & Bampton Young Farmers Clubs Present a Charity performance of their Entertains productions.

To be held at Tiverton New Hall

Sunday 2nd March 2014

Performances to begin at 7.30pm

Raffle & Refreshments

Entry £5

Everyone welcome, more the merrier!!

For anymore information contact Emily Vallis on 07545185147

The Garages

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The Garages Sports and Activity Centre has finally opened its doors to the Youth of Hemyock.  After a lot of hard work by a lot of people and some generous donations and successful grant applications the building is almost complete.  Facilities include a huge sports hall, a social room with kitchen, an office, an entrance hall, male, female and disabled toilets and a music room (as yet unfinished) 

Facilities for young people include a television,  a PS3 and various games, table tennis, pool, table football, football, darts and games.  There are a number of sofas and chairs and the Youth Coucil run a tuck shop.  All proceeds of which are for the benefit of the Centre. 

The centre is used for a number of activities and these include circuit training, cubs, scouts and zimba and may be hired for private events and parties.  If you would like to hire the Centre please contact Karen Pinder on 018236801034 

The Centre is open for young people every Friday night from 6.30pm til 9.00pm and everyone between the ages of 12/13 and 19 are welcome.  The more the merrier.

We will be organising some skills training and activities so it is up to you how the centre progresses. We are confident that the young people will move the project forward with the help of a number of willing adults.  We have had offers of help but would love more of you to get involved.  Each time the centre is open we need three adults to be present.  At the moment the adults have committed to one evening every 8 weeks.  If you feel this is something you could offer please get in touch via the Facebook Garages page or by ringing Lynn Taylor 01823680104.


Hemyock W.I.

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Our new programme for the year has been completed and can be found in the Calendar section.  As always we have a number of interesting speakers and events planned. 

In addition to the monthly meetings there is a Book Club which takes place in members houses and always includes wine and nibbles!  There is a trip to War Horse in Wellington and other theatre trips throughout the year are being planned.

If you would like to join us you would be made very welcome.  You can come as a visitor for two meetings to see if you like us! 

For any other information please ring Lynn on 01823680104.


Culm Valley YFC Funday

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Culm Valley YFC are holding a funday in aid of charity, Chicks

On Sunday 18th August

At Whitehall, Hemyock EX15 3UQ

By kind permission of Colin Spiller

Commencing at 11.30am with

- Duck Race, starting 12noon, first race 12.30 **PRIZE MONEY FOR THE WINNERS**

- Mens and Ladies Tug of War, sign in 1pm, first pull 2pm, **Competition will hold points**


- An afternoon of fun and games!

For more information contact Gemma Coles on 07796176158

Sausage and Mash Lunch

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A date for your diaries!

WI will be cooking a sausage and mash lunch again in the Parish Hall on November 9th.  Tickets will be available nearer the time but this event has been extremely popular in the past.  Our Spring meal was so well supported that we had to add more tables and almost ran out of food.  There will be a delicious selection of home made desserts to choose from so come early to get the best choice!  The meal will be served between 12 noon and 1.30pm. 

Hemyock WI is thriving and we are currently working on next year's programme.  If you have a talent or an interest that you would like to share and would be happy to be one of our speakers or demonstrators please get in touch. All expenses are paid and you will be warmly welcomed.

Telephone Lynn on 01823680104 for more information.

Upper Culm CLT Members' Meeting 9th April 2013

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Summary notes of the meeting of Upper Culm CLT Members held on 9th April 2013, including an update on progress, a report on the Gathering of CLTs held at Norton Sub Hamdon on 27th March and suggestions for future projects for the CLT to investigate.