Welcome to Hemyock Wednesday, October 17 2018 @ 07:40 pm BST

Mary Waldron Trust

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This fund can assist students in higher and further education with purchases of books and equipment, including computer requisites.

Harvest Festival

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Everyone is welcome to the Harvest Festival service to be held at the Parish Church of St Mary's on Friday 28th September at 7p.m.  A supper will be held afterwards - there is a list of suggested food  folk may like to bring at the back of the church - followed by entertainment.

 

On Sunday 30th the festival will continue with a Joint Mission Community Service of Holy Communion at 10.30a.m.

Heritage Sunday

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A special service of Morning Prayer will take place this Sunday,9th September, at St Mary's when an augmented choir will sing Choral Matins to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Book of Common Prayer.

The service will begin at 11.15am and be conducted by the Rev David Burton  A warm welcome is extended to all.

During the afternoon, to continue Heritage Sunday celebrations, there will be an exhibition of needlecraft at the church, as usual delicious refreshments will be avaliable and Hemyock Castle which is alongside the church will also be open.

If you have any type of needlecraft you would be willing to donate to the display please contact 01823 680436

Applications for Directors of Upper Culm CLT

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Applications are invited for the role of director of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust. Applications must be received by the Company Secretary by Saturday 8th September 2012. Please request a copy of the Application Form from neilpunnett@aol.com). 

Directors are subject to the Rules of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. which may be found on the hemyock.org website http://hemyock.org/article.php/20120813100859798

The directors on the Trust’s board are appointed by members at the annual general meeting (or the initial special general meeting).

All candidates for a board position must find existing members of the Trust to act as a proposer and seconder and then declare their intention to stand for the board by e-mail or in writing to the Company Secretary 14 days before the meeting.

Summer Fete 3 - All is revealed

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Lucy Akhurst, who has featured in numerous films including  Land Girls and many TV series such as  Hustle, Inspector George GentlyMonarch of The Glen, Wonderful You  and Spaced  will be opening the Summer Fete of St Mary's Parish Church on Saturday 14th July which will be held in the centre of the village at the Recreation Field.

Lucy, now a successful film Director and Producer, is currently working on a musical, two films and a TV series and will be opening the event at 11a.m.................... whatever the weather!

Photographers are reminded that entries for the Seasons in and around Hemyock competition must be handed in between 10 - 10.45 am and voting by members of the public will start after the opening ceremony and close at 3.30pm

During the day a variety of races for those aged between 5 - 18 years will be held,  falconry displays given and along with  a variety of stalls, raffle, teas, barbeque and beer tent  there should be something for everyone to enjoy .

Please contact 01823 680436 if you would like a stall.  

 

Summer Fete 2

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St Mary's Summer Fete on Saturday  14th July will be opened by ................... Lucy ????? ................... TV actress, film director ................ keep watching here for further information!

A well known local person will be in the stocks that day - there will be plenty of wet sponge!    Why not come along and see how good your aim is

Summer Fete

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Keep watching this page to see which personality will be opening St Mary's Summer Fete on Saturday 14th July - Recreation Field - 11a.m. - 4pm

Don't forget the photo competition!

Church Services

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On Sunday 24th June a joint  church service will be held at the Baptist Chapel at 11a.m.  There will be no service at the Parish Church that day, Culmstock will hold  a service of Holy Communion at 8a.m., Clayhidon a Family Service at 10a.m. and Evening Prayer will be held at Culm Davy at 3.30pm  

Invitation!

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St Mary's Church Council are to consider the best way to use parts of the church to enhance worship, serve the community, provide necessary facilities and meet the needs of all.

An open meeting for any interested parishoners will be held at the church on Wednesday 13th June at 7.30pm to consider some of the options.

If you have ideas/suggestions but cannot attend the meeting send them to the PCC Secretary, 101 Bulford, Wellington, Somerest TA21 8DH or email gandbsamuels@tiscali.co.uk by June 11th   

Erection of a 50kw wind turbine at Highlands Farm

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You may be aware of the planning application currently being considered for a large wind turbine to be erected just outside Hemyock.  The proposed turbine is very tall at over 34 metres - this is two thirds the height of Wellington Monument, or about the height of an 11 storey building.  At higher wind speeds the volume of noise generated is similar to that of a chainsaw.  This really is out of keeping with its surroundings, in an AONB where many people go to get away from it, and take a walk, ride a horse, exercise the dog in exceptional beauty, peace, and tranquillity.

If you would like to object, but don't know how to go about it, or think it will take too long, you can now do so exceptionally easily, just visit this page:

http://lickham.co.uk/turbine

and enter your name and address, and click 'Send' - it really is that easy!  Your objection will then be registered with MDDC Planning. Please could you spread the word to anyone else you think would feel the same way.  UPDATE 2: deadline for objections changed again, now Monday 4th June...