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Coffee Morning

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I'm a  17 year old  who will be holding a coffee morning at 4 South View on Saturday (27/02)  from 10 -12 noon to raise funds to cover my expenses to gain my Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and attend  Hemyock/Danish Scout camp..  There will be a bring & buy stall and raffle. Do hope you can come and support me.

Let us know you are here!

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We are doing a survey to see who uses hemyock.org and what you use it for.  If you are interested in the facilities in Hemyock at all, please send me an email at 'steedpaul' ampersand 'rocketmail.com'.  

It can be blank, as part of my survey is just counting numbers of emails, but if you want to comment on how often you use it; what you are using it for; and whether you found it or not, that would be even more help. I promise no spam in return!

Many thanks in advance,

Paul

National Vintage Tractor Road Run - Devon

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Dear Parish,

The East Devon Tractor & Vintage Machinery club are coordinating the Devon National Vintage tractor road run 2016, with all proceeds going to Devon Air ambulance; St Luke’s hospice & Devon Freewheelers in Honiton.

The one of a life time’s event, is to be held on Easter Sunday 27th March 2016, will be passing through your Parish.

Entries are £18 per tractor & the downloadable PDF can be found on the clubs web site at: click here 

The route is starting from Smeatharpe Stadium at 9.30am; will travel west, to the Honiton Show Ground, stopping for a lunch and then returning back to the stadium via an easterly path.

We are looking to attract upto 500 tractors for the run, to travel the 28 miles round route during the day. All number of makes of tractors will be present, from Allis Charmers to Zetor.

In celebration of the Road Run, a Grand Draw is being held to raise funds: the first prize being a 1958, vintage Massey Ferguson 35 petrol/TVO tractor; second is £100; third is £50; as well as many other donated prizes.

We hope to raise in excess of £10,000 from this non-profit making event, with all proceeds going directly to the charities above. All efforts to date have been volunteered, resources donated, any costs incurred have been non-profit bearing.

The route will be leafleted prior to the big day, informing all immediate households of the passing vintage traffic.

I would ask for all your support in this charitable event, I also hope every spectator will wave & enjoy the tractors safely passing by. It will be a day to remember in years to come.

Many thanks,

 

Richard   Galling – Vice Chairman EDTMC

Click here for leaflet

Carol Service

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TONIGHT - 7pm - St Mary's Church carol  service.  Come and sing well loved carols, hear Christmas readings and listen to the choir sing some wonderful music

Mary Waldron Trust

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 Mary Waldron Trust

 

This fund can assist students in higher and further education (including Richard Huish College) with purchases of books and equipment, including computer requisites.  Those applying should normally be resident in Hemyock or Clayhidon and must have received full time education at one or more of:

  • Hemyock Primary School
  • Uffculme School
  • PETROC (East Devon College)

Applications from students (not their parents) are welcome and must be in writing or email.  Actual receipts for purchases made must be provided in due course.

More details can be obtained from the Secretary, to whom applications should also be addressed:

Mr Mike Reynolds, Hidon Mill, Clayhidon, EX15 3PL

Phone 680481 email osprey31@waitrose.com

Nativity Crib Festival

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A Nativity Crib Festival will be held at St Mary's Church, Hemyock this weekend.  The Festival will feature nativity crib scenes in a variety of materials, shapes and sizes.

The Festival, which is being arranged by the Friends of St Mary's ,will be open Friday 11th and Saturday 12th December from 10 o'clock until 5.30pm and on Sunday 13th December from 12.30pm to 5pm. Admission is free ( but donations would be welcomed for the Friends of St Mary's) and tea, coffee and cakes will be available throughout the day.

Hemyock Lights Parade

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Come along to enjoy the spectacle, join the lantern parade through the village ending outside the church and pub. An evening of lights, music and mulled drinks. Procession starts at Longmead Play Park at 6pm.

We are still looking for people to help us steward the event, if you know anyone who might be interested please encourage them to contact Jess Huffman on the number on the flyer.

Christmas Shoeboxes

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Just a reminder that if you are filling a shoebox full of goodies to be taken to Moldova by Christian Response to Easterm Europe for Christmas it needs to be at 4 South View by Nov 9th.  Please leave n back porch if no one at home.  Many thanks. 

Parish Pump magazine

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Unfortunately the last page of the Around Hemyock item is missing from the Aug/Sept.issue of the Parish Pump so for your delight here it is!

 

We remember all those known to us who are unwell think very especially of Dr Mark Couldrick

By the time this issue has been distribte, David and I, like many, will have enjoyed a holiday. Cheyenne and Erika meanwhile will have been amongst a party of 10 Uffculme Academy students (including Johnny Atkinson from Culmstock) who have joined other students from around the country visiting China for 2 weeks. The Uffculme party will be in Beijing before moving to Qingdao. The itinerary includes visiting Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and walking the Great Wall as well as having Mandarin lessons (with exam!), visiting homes and taking part in sports activities.

Whether you are holidaying at home or away, or are visiting this area, we hope the time will bring you rest and enjoyment.

As has become the custom a cream tea afternoon brought many visitors to Prings Farm and a huge amount of money was raised for cancer charities. A warm thanks to the organisers and to all who supported the event.

Cream teas leads me back to Wimbledon (sorry non tennis fans) where Federer has just beaten Murray in the semi final and our house (well me really!) breathes a sigh of relief. Time to pack for holiday methinks!

The mellowness which we usually experience during September brings us Harvest Festival which is celebrated in our churches and school. A wonderful time for us all to get together and give thanks for "All good gifts around us" So to all those who work on the land or in any capacity to bring us food and goods a heartfelt thank you

Any news you would like to share would be welcome.

Janice

jbawler1947@hotmail.co.uk

Can you help?

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I send the Parish Pump to the sister of the late Elsie Board.  Her daughter in law is asking if anyone has photos of the Millhayes area from the 1920/30's  I could copy and send.  If you can help please phone 07773579809 or email  jbawler1947@hotmail.co.uk asap.  Thanks


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Wet and breezy for a time today. Brighter this afternoon.

Today:

After a cloudy and wet start, rain will turn lighter and more patchy from the west during the morning. It will become generally dry and brighter during the afternoon. It will be breezy throughout the day. Maximum Temperature 21 °C.

Tonight:

Bar an isolated shower, most places will have a dry night with clear spells. However, it will stay breezy, and it will be fresher than last night. Minimum Temperature 13 °C.

Thursday:

Thursday will be breezy with sunshine and scattered showers. The showers are likely to be most widespread around the middle of the day, and possibly heavy, before easing later. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

The weather will remain unsettled throughout the period. Rain is expected during Friday afternoon and Friday night, with showers and sunny spells developing through the weekend. Generally cool. Often breezy.

Updated at: 0352 on Wed 26 Jul 2017



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