Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, January 23 2018 @ 01:48 pm GMT

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

Blackdown Hills Transition Group Hustings

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VE Day celebrations 2005

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Came across the following today in a Parish Pump dated June 2005 -

Hemyock festivities for the 60th anniversary of VE Day - blustery weather - open air service for about 100 - bunting, balloons and Union Flag decorated the Parish Hall where service was held - wreath laid at the War Memoriall - bring and share tea - well loved music  with singing from the 1940's - dancing to the music of Glenn Miller - £150 raised for the RBL  WW2 Anniversary Appeal - medals glistened - eyes misted - but my goodness how those veterans stood straight and proud as the National Anthem was sung

Easter

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A special craft session for children will be held at St Mary's Charity and Coffee Shop (Church Room) on Easter Saturday 10 - noon. Have a browse amongst the stalls then enjoy a coffee and cake whilst the youngsters work on their masterpieces.  

Enjoy the early morning with a Sunrise Service at Grays Farm on Easter Sunday followed by a cooked breakfast  ( must be ordered) - see Parish Pump for details

At the parish church Easter will be celebrated with a service of Holy Communion at 11.15am.  Do come and join us

Carols/Sam's Legacy

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Advance notice for  Saturday 20th December -  come and sing carols in the Square (by Pump)  at 6pm .A collection will be taken  for Sam's Legacy in memory of Sam Allen

bedding and clothing appeal

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Over the past couple of years we have collected good quallity second hand clothing, bedding and towels for the charity Christian Response to Eastern Europe. Due to the loss of premises this was halted but with new storage space now available cr2ee is once again accepting goods. if you have any of the above items you would like to donate please contact jbawler1947@hotmail.co.uk or phone 07773579809.  Collection may be possible.

All goods ( and any Christmas Shoeboxes) need to be delivered before November 22nd

Remembrance Day

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The annual service of Remembrance will be held at the Parish Church on Sunday at 10.15a.m.

Prior to this a parade, to which all are welocome to be part of, will leave the Parish Hall at 10a.m.

 On  Tuesday 11th  a short Act of Commemoration will take place at the War Memorial at 10.45a.m. 


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Mostly cloudy, with some rain. Brighter later. Windy and milder.

Today:

A cloudy start with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, particularly over the hills. However, it should improve during the afternoon, with some brighter spells developing. It will be a windy day, but it will feel much milder than late. Maximum Temperature 14 °C.

Tonight:

It will be a dry evening and night for many, although rain will arrive into west Cornwall by dawn. A mild and windy night, with gales in places. Minimum Temperature 9 °C.

Wednesday:

A wet and windy start on Wednesday, with some heavy rain in places. Sunny spells and some heavy showers will follow during the afternoon. Staying windy for most. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Turning colder, with a mixture of sunshine and heavy showers on Thursday. Quieter on Friday, with sunny spells after an early frost. Milder with some rain on Saturday.

Updated at: 0756 on Tue 23 Jan 2018



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