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Hemyock History Group Latest News

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Archived Stories The February meeting of the history group will be a talk by Rev Ron White in the Church Rooms on February 11th at 7.30pm

The March meeting will be a talk by Mr David Pugsley in the Church Rooms on March 11th at 7.30pm

Upper Culm Twinning Association News

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Archived Stories Join us as we travel to visit our partner French twinning association “Jumelage des Grées” which has been formed by members from four villages in an area situated near the Loire River not far from Nantes. We will be travelling to France 27th to 31st May and the costs are modest, just £90 for adults and £40 for children.

Team play

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Archived Stories Are you interested in playing tennis matches?

Come for lunch!

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Members of Hemyock WI will be cooking a delicious two course lunch on Saturday March 13th in the Forbes lounge of the Parish Hall.  The main course will be sausages and creamy mash followed by a selection of home made desserts and coffee or tea.  The cost will be £5.00 a head and everyone is welcome.  This will be ticket only so we know how many people we are catering for and the tickets will be on sale from members and from the post office.

Hemyock WI

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A new year and the WI is celebrating its 5th birthday.  We are a very friendly group and have a new programme which is stimulating and interesting.  Each month we have a speaker and two competitions which are just a bit of fun,  We don't take them too seriously and it is quite easy to enter as most things we already have in the home.  We ask our guest speaker to judge the competition and points are awarded to everyone who enters.  A small prize is awarded at the end of each year.

WI News

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Archived Stories Hemyock Women's Institute meet in Forbes Lounge on the first Tuesday at 7.30pm. At the Annual Meeting in October Brenda Calcraft agreed to be President again with Judith Major continuing as Secretary, Sandra Featherstone as Treasurer and Lyn Taylor as Vice President. Most of the Committee were happy to continue with their duties.

Young Farmers Update - December 2009

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Archived Stories Culm Valley Young Farmers held their AGM on 13th October, where it was time to recap on yet another successful year and vote in the new members to take on the various roles as officers leading the club, from chairman down to the very important coffee makers! Thank you was said to Emma Greenslade and Emily York who as Chairman and Secretary along with the other officers had given much dedication and hard work in maintaining the clubs momentum. To start off the new year's competitions Culm Valley presented 3 teams at the group Public Speaking held at Awliscombe where the teams took 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! Michelle Batting, Emily Vallis and Kate Stevens will now progress to represent East Devon at the County Round.

Tennis Club News

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Archived Stories We enjoyed the long spell of lovely autumn weather and now the rain and winds have arrived we are still managing to get some tennis in, in between the showers.

Play continues through the winter with the floodlights enabling us to have our evening club sessions and friendlies with Honiton Tennis Club. Club sessions are on Thursday evenings (6.30pm), Saturday mornings (10.30am) and Sunday mornings (10.30 am, advanced).

Thank You

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Archived Stories The 1st Hemyock Brownies would like to say a very big "thank you" to members of the Culm Vale Gun Club for their very generous donation of £250 towards our funds. We have not yet decided how to spend the money, but we hope to buy equipment which will benefit both present and future members.

News From Hemyock Singers

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Archived Stories The group have enjoyed singing a variety of music over the past months from Gilbert and Sullivan to Jingle Bells via Winter Wonderland and Mistletoe and Wine as we've rehearsed for our two autumn concerts.

The G & S evening with supper welcomed Tony Grosse, Glyn Jones and Jenny Doble as our main soloist and proved to be popular as almost 100 tickets were sold.