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Temporary Traffic Order

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Parish Council

Road closure 4th December Dunkeswell to Honiton

Information about some forthcoming drainage works which involve a road closure on theHoniton to Dunkeswell Road, near Combe Raleigh.

The road needs to close because a culvert has collapsed and requires replacement. We are also installing new gullies whilst the closure is in place. Please note the road will be excavated which means it will be impassable to vehicles. It is essential these works are carried out to keep road users safe and maintain our assets.

The works have been programmed to avoid the busy summer period but we are aware it will cause some inconvenience to road users and they should use an alternative route and allow more time for their journey. As well as erecting road signs in the area in advance of the works, we will be informing our press office, and contacting the major businesses in the area, particularly those in Dunkeswell. The works are programmed to commence onMonday 4 December for a maximum of 5 days.

Should you have any concerns regarding these works, or require further information, I would be happy to help.

Julie Fergusson

Highway Asset Officer

Devon County Council

Skanska Offices

Heron Rd

Exeter

EX2 7LL

Phone: 01392 385738

Concert

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St Mary's Church

As part of the 750 year celebration at St Mary's a concert is to be held on Sunday 5th November at 3pm featuring the church choir and guest organist Nigel Atkinson.

The freeconcertwill featured music from 9 centuries and be followed by refreshments.

Retiring donations will be for the Friends of St Mary's.

Hemyock Tomorrow

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General News Feedback Forms for the Hemyock Today discussion document should be returned by Friday September 15th please.

Hemyock History

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History Group The first meeting of the new year for the History Group is a talk by Tom Harris on 3000 years of the History of Bells plus related culture and art. The meeting is in the Church Rooms at 7.30pm. Come along for an interesting and informative evening.

Hemyock Parish Council

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Hemyock Tomorrow - this is a fuller version of the document which is shortly being delivered to all homes in the parish of Hemyock. The circulated summary document has a Feedback Form attached to it. Please cut off and return the form to the boxes in the Post Office or SPAR, or scan and email tohemyockpc@gmail.comby 15th September 2017. Thank you.

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