Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, January 16 2018 @ 03:11 pm GMT

Unveiling of the Pump

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Don't forget the unveiling of the Pump - This Saturday 24th October at 2.30pm

 

 

Parish Plan

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HEMYOCK PARISH PLAN

Hemyock Parish Councillors were elected in May for a four year term; they are now looking to decide how best to use this time for the benefit of the Parish and Parishioners.  One important thread in this will be to develop an updated Parish Plan.  It is vital that the group working on this includes people outside the Council, so please let us know if you are able to help in any way.

Meetings re the Future of Hemyock

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Come along and help us plan for the future of Hemyock. Wednesday 14th October and Wednesday 21st October in the Parish Hall at 7.30 p.m.

Hemyock Singers

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Rehearsals for Hemyock Singers December concert start on Monday 14th September, 7.30pm at the Baptist Chapel.  All welcome - no auditions.  Why not simply turn up and see if it is  your type of thing.  Watch out for details of coffee morning when tickets for concert and meal will be on sale. 

Longmead Management Meeting

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Click here for agenda for meeting tonight at 7pm

Click here for last minutes

 

Sunday 13th September

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Friends of St Mary's will be organising the annual Heritage Sunday display at the parish church next Sunday afternoon based on WW2. As always delicious refreshments will be available  Hemyock Castle will also be open. 

Anyone with any WW2 memorabillia they would be happy to donate to the exhibition is asked to contact 10823 680436

Temporary Traffic Order

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 Click here for details of traffic order - LOWER MILLHAYES AND FLASHFORD BRIDGE

Temporary Traffic Order

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 click here for details of temporary traffic order Madford Cross to Higher Mackham Farm

Toilet

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St Mary's need to raise around £40,000 to to install a toilet and  carry out  various other work at the parish church.  You may have noticed that there are 3 flowering loo pans outside of the church and these have now been photographed and the picture turned into a postcard.  They will be on sale at the Charity and coffee shop and  are in the church - 50p each.  Bulk orders with discount from Ron White.

Local Inquiry - Definitive Map Modification Order

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Following a Definitive Map Review there will be a local inquiry on Tuesday 8th December at 10am in the Parish Hall.  Click here for more details.

 

 


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Local Weather

Cold and windy with blustery showers.

This Evening and Tonight:

Occasional blustery wintry showers will continue overnight, leading to some small accumulations of snow mainly over Moors and higher ground. It will remain windy, with severe gales affecting coastal areas for a time in the far southwest. Minimum Temperature 0 °C.

Wednesday:

Cold, with strong winds easing and wintry showers steadily reducing and largely turning back to rain. However, it will become windy again later, with gales and heavy rain expected overnight. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Windy early Thursday, but with the wind soon easing and a mix of sunshine and showers through the day. Sunshine and wintry showers on Friday. Drier and sunnier on Saturday.

Updated at: 1501 on Tue 16 Jan 2018



sourced from the Met Office