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Hemyock Queen's Diamond Jubilee Photo Competition now open for entries.

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Hemyock Queen's Diamond Jubilee logo

As part of the Jubilee Celebrations, we are having a photo competition. It covers past and present royal occasions.

Entry is open to non-professional photographers. Cash prizes. Entries close at midnight on June 29th, so get snapping!

Entries will be posted on hemyock.org after the competition closes and can be voted for by anyone. Judging of the top 3 in each Category is on Saturday 29th June. There is even talk of making them into a Hemyock Calendar for next year!

We have reduced the number of categories, to coordinate better with St Mary's, who seem to be having a photo competition too!

Activities at Healthy Living Centre affected by flooding

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Due to the flooding, many people are unable to get to The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre.  As a result, some activities will be cancelled.  Please contact your respective group organiser for more information.

Cameo Club will be closed Monday 30 April, to avoid putting our volunteer drivers and members at risk.  If similar conditions exist on Thursday, we may also be closed.  Call before you set off.

01823 680687

A special service

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Sunday 29th April will see a special service at St Mary's church at 6.30p.m taking an informal Iona style form of worship which will be led by Rev. David Burton. All are welcome.

The morning service will see the churches of Hemyock, Culm Davy and Clayhidon joining All Saints, Culmstock at 10a.m. for Holy Communion.  The following weekend (5th - 7th May) All Saints will be holding a Flower Festival with Wellington School Choir singing Evensong at the church  on the Sunday at 6.30p.m.

Concert - Tonight

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Tonight, Maundy Thursday, Hemyock Singers, conducted by Ron White, will be presenting 'Requiem' written by Bob Chilcott.  The concert will begin at 7.30p.m. and last around 35minutes. Soloists will be Jenny Doble (soprano) and Glyn Jones (tenor) with Nigel Atkinson as organist.  Admission is free but there will be a retiring collection which will be equally shared between 1st Hemyock Scout Group and 1st Hemyock Brownies.

For many years Hemyock Singers have given a performance at the Parish Church as part of worship during Holy Week and as usual the concert will be followed by an optional service of Holy Communion.  

Fund raising

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Throughout the period of Lent members of St Mary's organised weekly Frugal Lunches at the Church Room rasisng £580 to support the work of Rev Jenny Green in  Kisoro, Uganda.

A further £100 was raised at the lunch held on Ash Wednesday and this will be donated to The Potters Village where Jenny heads up the work of rescuing and rehabilitating abandoned babies and neglected chidren. If you would like to make a donation towards this or find out further information please contact one of the names on St Mary's Church page.

Life at St Mary's

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Throughout the week leading up to Easter Sunday there will be a number of services in the Upper Culm Valley churches. 

At St Mary's there will be Holy Communion on Tuesday 3rd April at 7p.m. On Thursday at 7.30p.m. Hemyock Singers will be singing 'Requiem' a modern setting by Bob Chilcott and this will be followed by Holy Communion at 8.15p.m. for those who wish to stay.

At 12 noon on Good Friday there will be An Hour At The Cross with music and Easter Sunday will be celebrated with Holy Communion at 11.15a.m. 

The retiring collection at the concert will be donated to Hemyock Scout Group and Brownie Pack.

Computer Course

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If you thought chips and bytes were something you got at a café – think again!

This year, we’d like to offer a selection of useful computer courses – but we thought we’d ask you, rather that tell you, what the courses are.

All the courses are open to any age group – it is a myth that only ‘old people’ don’t know how to use computers!

The Centre is equipped with laptops and the internet, or if you have a laptop of your own, you can simply use that – whatever suits you best.

We aim to keep prices around £5 per session, with a course lasting for around 6 sessions.

Read more and register your vote

St Mary's - 1st April

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April 1st is Palm Sunday and all are invited to join the congregation of the parish church as they process from the Parish Hall to St Mary's.

Palm crosses will be distributed and the procession will leave the hall at 11.15a.m. During the service of Holy Communion there will be a dramatised reading of The Passion.

 

Bishop Bob at St Mary's

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Sunday 11th March - 11a.m. - St Mary's Parish Church - Upper Culm Valley Mission Community Joint Eucharist Service wth Suffragan Bishop of Crediton, Rt Rev Robert Evens. All are warmly welcome.

 Please note earlier time of service