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Quiz Night Tickets Selling Fast

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Tickets are selling fast for the Quiz Night this Saturday, 27th September. If your team hasn't bought or reserved their tickets yet, please contact John Hurley on 07891 941306 or drop into Hemyock Post Office.

Many thanks.

Hemyock Cricket Club

HARVEST FESTIVAL

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This Friday,  26th September , Harvest Festival will be celebrated at the Parish Church at 7pm.  The guest speaker will be the Rev. Tony Grosse - a past Rector. 

St Mary's has been supporting the local Foodbank in recent months  and you are invited to bring along donations of tinned or packet food to either this service or the 11.15  Harvest celebration on Sunday.  Gifts may also be left in the box at the back of the church.  Please ensure all donations are within date.  At present there is a shortage of UHT milk - rice pudding - biscuits - fruit juice- tinned fruit  but all contributions ( including dog food) are welcome.

We look forward to seeing you

Embrace Group - Children's Home

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click here for letter from Embrace

A new meeting has been arranged for 23rd September at 6pm.

 

 

Quiz Night Tickets Now On Sale at the Post Office

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Tickets for Hemyock Cricket Club's Quiz Night on Saturday 27th September are now available from Hemyock Post Office. The Quiz starts at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Tickets are priced at £30 for teams of four, five or six members, which includes food. There is a licensed bar and raffle, and a cash prize of £100 for the winning team.

Meeting cancelled

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 Embrace has cancelled the meeting scheduled for 10am on 18th September.

Please see email below 

Good Morning All,

We are sorry for the short notice, however we are going to postpone the meeting scheduled for tomorrow, at 10:00. We have taken on board your feedback and we will shortly be sending out some information in answer to the questions or concerns you have raised. 

We are currently looking at some dates for an evening or weekend meeting which we will advise you of ASAP. Please can you let anyone else know that the meeting tomorrow has now been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience and we will be back in contact shortly.

 

Kind Regards.

Lauren Moore

PA to Gill Holt, Director of Specialist Education & Childrens Residential Services, Childrens Services

 

 

St Mary's Church

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September is always a busy month at the Parish Church which begins on Sunday 7th with a short Family Service followed by a Patronal lunch.

The following Sunday Heritge weekend is celebrated with Morning Prayer following the Book of Common Prayer and in the afternoon the Friends of St Mary's will be organising a display titled All Our Yesterdays, and of course there will be delicious teas for sale.  The display will be of 1960's items - if you have anything you would like to offer please phone 680436 asap.

Holy Communion will be celebrated on 21st September at 11.15a.m.

The end of the month sees the village Harvest Festival being enjoyed. FRIDAY 26th is the date for your diary with a service at 7pm when the talk will be given by Rev Tony Grosse,a past Rector of our local churches .This will be followed by a bring and share supper in the Church Room..

The Harvest theme continues on Sunday 28th with the blessing of produce at the 11.15a.m. service.

We do hope that you will be able to join us for some, if not all ,of these special events

Embrace Group - Children's Home

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 Please click here to see letter from Embrace Group informing of its intention to open a specialist children's home in the New Year in the village.  They will be holding an open meeting on 18th September at 10am in the Parish Hall.

Church Doors

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Your Parish Church is seeking donations to install a Memorial Door for the porch at St Mary's and to upgrade the access path.  We are delighted with the response so far and are over halfway to the £10,000 needed but we still need your support to reach our target  Further details are on page 27 of the August/September Parish Pump or inside the church if you would like to make a donation.

Hemyock Cricket Club Close in on Promotion

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With three matches remaining it loks almost certain that Hemyock's cricketers will win promotion from Division 5 of the West Somerset Cricket League. This is the club's third season in the WSCL and, after missing promotion by just two points last year, the team are determined to succeed this time around. They have won eleven of their fifteen matches so far this season with two others rained off. It hasn't been quite as easy as those figures suggest though. For instance, their victory over Milverton last Saturday was achieved by the skin of their teeth. Having dismissed their opponents for just 101, with Richard Drew taking three wickets for eight runs, Hemyock had lost eight wickets before scoring the winning runs, having their captain John Hurley to thank for an excellent innings of 61 not out.

Hemyock need another sixteen points to be certain of promotion and they may come this weekend when they visit Kilve. If not they have two home matches to complete the season versus Crowcombe on Saturday 30th August and Stoke St. Mary on Saturday 6th September. Both home matches start at 2.00 p.m. and spectators are always welcome at the Recreation Ground. That final match could be the championship decider if results go Hemyock's way.

Congratulations on what you have achieved already, and good luck for the final run in.

 

 

WW1 Book Launch and Memorabilia Exibition

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For the last 6 months a number of people from the valley have been researching the family and service life of those people at the start of the last century who served in the Great War. A book 'The Upper Culm Valley before, during and after The Great War' has been produced and will be launched in the Parish Hall on Tuesday 19th August at 7.30pm. There will be an opportunity to obtain the book at an exibition on Saturday 23rd August, 2-5pm in the Parish Hall where further information and memorabilia will be on show. Refreshments available.


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Local Weather

Cold with a mix of sunshine and showers today.

Today:

Cold, bright and perhaps frosty at first. Spells of sunshine through much of the day, but some will see occasional showers during the afternoon too, especially in the south and east. Feeling rather cold. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.

Tonight:

Lengthy clear spells for many overnight, though the skies will tend to cloud over in the north towards dawn. Chilly, with patchy frost and fog by dawn. Minimum Temperature -3 °C.

Thursday:

Mostly dry at first, though the skies becoming increasingly cloudy with patchy rain likely for a time. Gradually turning drier through the afternoon, with brighter spells to end the day. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Turning less cold. Brighter on Friday and Saturday with perhaps the odd shower, though there will be some sunny spells too. Sunday likely to bring outbreaks of rain.

Updated at: 0211 on Wed 26 Apr 2017



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