Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, February 20 2018 @ 03:27 am GMT

Short Mat Bowling

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Short Mat Bowling takes place in the Parish Hall, twice a week, on Mondays from 10:15am to 12:15pm and on Thursdays from 2:15pm to 4:15pm.

Around Hemyock

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As I write this Easter Sunday is just a few days away when many will have enjoyed visits from family and friends. Others may be on holiday for a longer period and we welcome them and hope they will enjoy the delights of the area. Despite the turbulent weather we sometimes experience nature delights in reminding us that warmer weather will soon be here as colourful Spring flowers, blossoms and budding leaves brighten our days.

Hemyock Parish Council - Annual Parish Meeting

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Come along and see what is happening in your parish, updates on Milhayes Projects.  Your input is needed for future developments in the village.

Blackdown Hills Walking Group

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The group was first started in May 2006 with the aim of bringing together everyone who enjoys walking in and around the beautiful Blackdown Hills in the company of other, like-minded people. Since our inauguration, membership has steadily increased to around 70 and the number of walks from 11 to 18 per year.

Annual Church Meeting

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Don't forget that as well as being the Queen's birthday, April 21st is also the day of the Annual Church Meeting for St Mary's. It takes place at 7.45pm and is the time to hear what has been going on in the various church groups over the past year. If you don't know what church groups there are then it's a good chance to find out. For those on the electoral roll there's also voting to be done for Church Council members, and this year Deanery Synod members too.

St Mary's Guild - April 08

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The February meeting of St Mary’s Guild fell on Ash Wednesday. Members and friends attended the communion service at St Mary’s Church and then went accross to the Church rooms for a delicious frugal Lent lunch of various homemade soups, homemade rolls and cheese followed by tea or coffee.

Hemyock Church Rooms

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St Mary's Church Rooms can be hired for parties or regular bookings.  If interested please contact Janice Bawler 01823 680352.

Parish Pump Reminder

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A big thank you for those of you who have kindly made a donation towards the printing costs of the Parish Pump this year.

The Parish Pump is completely produced and delivered by volunteers, and aims to break even every year. Your support is essential to keep this magazine running. We suggest £3 per year to meet the costs, but any donation is gratefully received.

From Revd David Sherwood - April 08

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We now stand on the threshold of spring, the season of renewal. I'm sure that all of us will enjoy the longer days, the opportunity to get back outside and nurture our gardens back to new life. Not that they need our help, they are quite capable of doing it all on their own! But, we have our own ideas about how they should look and will hack, prod, dig, mow and generally bully them into submission - because we are the ones in control and want it done our way.

Phil Offers To Clean Hemyock Homes!

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Phil Maclean is living up to his name by spring cleaning his home village of Hemyock on Sunday week.

Phil, 31, and a team of friends are offering to spruce up people's homes to raise money for charity in memory of his late wife, Lynsey.


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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



sourced from the Met Office