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Footpaths, Bridleways and Byways

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Devon County Council are reviewing the Definitive Map & Statement for Hemyock and are seeking proposals from organisations and individuals about footpaths,
bridleways and byways.

News from the Parish Council

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Frank Rosamond the recently elected Chair of MDDC made Hemyock his first visit to a Parish Council on Wednesday evening where he was congratulated by Heather Stallard and her team. 

The BMX track beside the Culm River by Millhayes Farm has been transformed by grass cutting and litter picking.  Young people who use it are being asked to give the site a name.  The Council want to remind Dog owners not to the use BMX track for walking their animals.

Work is in progress to complete the construction of a new raised walkway leading from the Culm river into the village.  Outline plans were seen by Councillors.

Just A Thought!

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Mindful of the current financial climate, The Parish Council has been considering sites which might be used for Allotments. One such area was the ground to the rear of the garages at Millhayes.

Footpaths, Bridleways and Byways the Definitive Map for Hemyock.

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Devon County Council are reviewing the Definitive Map & Statement for Hemyock and are seeking proposals from organisations and individuals about footpaths, bridleways and byways. Changes and amendments to the map will be considered where plausible and backed up by sufficient data. Please contact our Parish Clerk, Anne Kingston on 680918.

Important Archaeological Finds On The Churchill's Farm Development

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Hemyock Annual Meeting for all who live in the Parish of Hemyock.  Find out what is happening in and around the village - current plans and recent achievements.  Ask questions and listen to interesting speakers. 

At Last - We have a Police Person!

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After a two year wait, Police Woman Victoria Underhill is the new Beat Manager for the Upper Culm area including Hemyock. She introduced herself at a recent parish Council meeting when delivering the up-to-date crime figures which continue to be on the low side - which is encouraging. Vicki was warmly welcomed by Heather Stallard Chair of HPC. But our excitement may be premature!

Parish Meeting

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Come and find out what is happening in and around the village - current plans and recent achievents.  Ask your questions and listen to interesting speakers.  Thursday 30th April at Hemyock Parish Hall 7.00pm.  Cheese and wine event.

Pavements we need them, but who owns them?

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Hemyock Parish Council has negotiated with some residents to give up property frontage in order to make way for pavements. This ongoing project is proving successful and very popular. It has also become normal for planners to make the provision of pavements outside properties part of their consent on major works where this is reasonable. An example is the recent new builds along Station Road. But an interesting planning question has arisen; “who then owns the pavements?”

Phone A Friend

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The Blackdowns look great in white, but maybe you know someone who is living alone and for whom you might have safety concerns. There are elderly people living alone in the Hills around us and your Parish Council is suggesting that we should all be good neighbours and phone a friend.

New Walkway in Sight

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For some time now the historic raised walkway which links the Millhayes area of Hemyock with the main village has been falling into disrepair. A responsibility of the Highways Department of DCC, the County Council are not willing to spend money in order to repair and upgrade it to modern standards of health and safety. Concerned parishioners have raised the issue of its continuing deterioration and dangerous condition with Hemyock Parish Council who regrettably have decided to ask DCC to remove it.

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Local Weather

Rain arriving overnight.

This Evening and Tonight:

It will be dry for most through the evening with the odd shower but also clear spells will develop, allowing a frost in the east. Rain will arrive from the west overnight. Minimum Temperature 0 °C.

Saturday:

It will be a grey and wet start to Saturday. Improving by the afternoon; becoming generally drier but cloudy for many; the best of any sunny spells in the west. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Sunday will bring rather wet and windy but milder conditions. Monday will become drier and brighter, but patchy rain will return on Tuesday. Becoming quite breezy.

Updated at: 1444 on Fri 19 Jan 2018



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