Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, February 20 2018 @ 03:50 am GMT

Easter

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A special craft session for children will be held at St Mary's Charity and Coffee Shop (Church Room) on Easter Saturday 10 - noon. Have a browse amongst the stalls then enjoy a coffee and cake whilst the youngsters work on their masterpieces.  

Enjoy the early morning with a Sunrise Service at Grays Farm on Easter Sunday followed by a cooked breakfast  ( must be ordered) - see Parish Pump for details

At the parish church Easter will be celebrated with a service of Holy Communion at 11.15am.  Do come and join us

Palm Sunday

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Donkeys will lead the procession through the village this coming Sunday leaving the Parish Hall at 10.30am to  walk to the Parish Church for  the  Palm Sunday service . All are invited to join.   The service will include a dramatised reading. 

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ANNUAL PARISH MEETING TONIGHT!

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Come on down to the Parish Hall tonight for the Parish Council's Annual Parish Meeting.

Meeting starts at 7pm

There will be displays around the hall from local clubs and organisations, presentations and ending with cheese and wine.  Everyone welcome, come along.

click here for agenda.

 

 

CULM VALLEY YFC EASTER BINGO!

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Culm Valley YFC Easter Bingo!

To be held at Hemyock Village Hall.

Thursday 2nd April

Doors open 7pm, Eyes down 7.30pm

Raffle & Refreshments

LOTS OF PRIZES TO BE WON!

Entry - Only £1

Everyones welcome, more the merrier!

In aid of Exeter Leukaemia Fund

For more information contact Maggie Palmer on 07531 341531.

Annual Parish Meeting

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 Annual Parish Meeting 26th March 2015 7pm Parish Hall - Click here for details

Open Evening Thursday 28th May 2015

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Hemyock Tennis Club Open Evening Thursday 28th May 2015, 6.30pm at the courts

Notice of Election

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 Please find attached Election Notices from Mid Devon District Council

 

Click here for Notice of Election - District Councillors 

 

Click here for Notice of Election - Parish Councillors

 

Click here - nomination pack

 

 

 

Sausage and Mash lunch

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The incredibly popular and delicious Sausage and Mash lunch is back!  Hemyock WI will be cooking on Saturday March 14th from 12 til 1.30.  The cost is £6.00 a head to include a main course, amazing home made desserts and tea or coffee.  Wine will be available. 

To book your space please ring Lynn Taylor on 01823680104 but be quick as this event is very popular. 

The Garages

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Youth nights at The Garages continue to be well supported with Tuesday evenings being very popular.  We have room for many more youngsters so if you know any send them along.  Tuesday evenings are for years 7 and 8 and run from 6.30 til 8pm and Friday evenings are for years 9, 10 and 11 and run from 6.30 til 9pm. 

We are holding ourt first fund raiser of 2015 on Saturday April 11th.  This will be a table top sale and tables are only £5.00 each.  You need to bring your own table and refreshments will be available.  Sellers from 1pm and buyers from 2 til 4pm.  Please support the youth of the village and come along to sell or to buy or just to have a coffee and a piece of cake.  To book your space please ring Lynn Taylor on 01823 680104. 

Culm Valley YFC News Update Feb 2015

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What a busy couple of months it has been for Culm Valley YFC! The new year began with the East Devon Pantomime competition held at Exmouth where we came 3rd place! A massive thank you goes to Mark Davis and Judith Trevelyan for their work directing it and to Alan Quick and Hazel Davis for their help with the scenery. Well done to Emily Vallis and Jess Maynard who jointly won the best actress award as well as Katie Trevelyan who was nominated and to James Westcott, Olly Reed and Courtney Goodare who were nominated for the best actor award. Following on from this we held a re-run of the Panto for Charity with Cruwys Morchard YFC in Tiverton High School where we raised over £1800 in aid of the Exeter Leukaemia Fund, MIND and the new Devon YFC Centre.

We had six members attend the Devon YFC Ski Trip – they all had a good week and luckily everyone returned in one piece! Next up we had the Member of the Year competition with Mark Snell and Maggie Palmer taking part for the Seniors and Emily Emmett and Emily Davis taking part for the Juniors. Well done to Emily Emmett who was placed 2nd!
We’ve also began the Public Speaking competitions with Georgina Pengelly, Emily Davis and Rachel Stevens winning the County final of Junior Reading. Michelle Batting and Aaron Debathe also took part in the County Situations Vacant competition, Michelle came 1st with Aaron in 2nd place. A big good luck to Michelle and the Junior Reading team who will now go through and compete in the South West Area round.
The sporting competitions have also been very successful with James Westcott, Adam Howe, Mark Snell, Connor Pengelly and Steve Reed coming 3rd in the County round of 5 aside Football. We have also had Bowling, Dodgeball, Skittles, Pool and Darts as well as Cross Country where Olly Reed came 1st, Stuart Persey came 2nd and Courtney Goodare came 4th.
For any information about the Club contact Chairman James Westcott on 07850940132 or Secretary Michelle Batting on 07738114113.

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Local Weather

Mainly dry with sunny spells.

Today:

After a cloudy and damp start for some in the east, it will become drier and brighter, with good spells of sunshine developing across all parts. Feeling pleasant in the sunshine, despite the northerly breeze. Maximum Temperature 10 °C.

Tonight:

A generally dry and colder night with clear spells for many, allowing a patchy frost to develop. Thicker cloud arriving in the east later with a spot of rain possible. Minimum Temperature 0 °C.

Wednesday:

Rather cloudy at times on Wednesday, but still with some bright or sunny spells. The odd light shower is also possible. Feeling pleasant in any sunshine. Maximum Temperature 9 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Dry and bright, with sunny spells and turning increasingly colder during this period, with widespread frosts overnight. A brisk easterly wind will also develop, making it feel much colder.

Updated at: 0206 on Tue 20 Feb 2018



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