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Wow!! Well done everyone for the tremendous efforts you have made in decorating your properties with Christmas lights - what a fantastic spectacle.

For many years the Parish Clerk and I have driven the various judges around the Parish for their assessments and selections for the prizes the Parish Council give out for the properties with the best Christmas lights displays. This festive season I was (for obvious reasons) confronted with 10 times as many illuminated properties than normal. The circular theme of unity and togetherness was uppermost in people’s minds and visible in nearly all the displays. Well done everyone for adopting this symbol. My judgment reflects this.

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Have you visited Hemyock Turbary recently?

The parish council has just finished creating a hard standing area for parking to improve access to the turbary. Many thanks to Councillor Nick Moon for overseeing the project.

The pc is hoping that Mid Devon District Council will agree to install a litter bin.

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Hemyock Parish Council opens new play area at Longmead.

The new play area at Longmead is due to open this afternoon (21st October). Due to COVID-19 is would not be appropriate to have a large official opening/gathering so instead please see pictures from the parish council.

We hope you enjoy the new play area.

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Parish Council South West Water - Work at Longmead - Monday 19th October

South West Water need to replace the sewer main from the pumping station to the treatment plant. This will involve digging two pits in the corners of Longmead field. The work will commence on Monday 19th October and last approximately 6 weeks. During this time access around the trim trail, football matches and training should be unaffected. The work will be fenced off and covered over. See attached plan for more information. If anyone experiences any problems please let the parish clerk know. Donna Evans, hemyockpc@gmail.com.

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Parish Council Please note the village car park (adjacent to the Baptist Church) will be closed to the general public and instead will provide parking for those attending the Doctors' Surgery flu jab clinic on Saturday 3rd October 8am - 4pm and Saturday 17th October 8am - 4pm.