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Concerns Over Further Housing Development At Hemyock

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Hemyock has seen considerable housing development over recent years – Longmead, Otters Rest, Millhayes farm - and whilst planners have promised that there will be further significant building projects in the years to come, one imminent development is causing concern to residents of the village and their Parish Councillors.

Parish Meeting 2007

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19TH APRIL HEMYOCK PARISH HALL 7pm

The Hemyock Parish Council invites you to the Parish Hall for a presentation by Mr Jonathon Guscott, Senior Planning Officer for MDDC

Parish Council Minutes - Feb & Mar 2007

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7th Feb & 7th March 2007

Matters Arising

- State of road at South View, no further progress. Clerk & Mr Rosamond to chase the matter up.

Bus Route 20 - Hemyock Village

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Letter received by Hemyock Parish Council from Cooks Coaches

Kissing Gate Will Be Saved!

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The famous kissing gate on Station Road in Hemyock is to stay in the village, the parish council has reassured residents.

Back in December Mid Devon District Council said it would be replacing the gate with a more modern and accessible barrier system.

Chairman Heather Visits the Queen

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A devoted Hemyock community worker got to meet the Queen when she collected her MBE last month.

Heather Stallard went to Buckingham Palace with son Guy and Neil and daughter Margaret and said it was 'a day to remember.'

Will the Historic Kissing Gate be Scrapped?

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The famous 'kissing gate' in Station Road, Hemyock needs a new home or it will soon be scrapped says the Parish Council.

Parish Council Minutes - Oct, Nov, Dec 2006

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4th Oct, 1st Nov & 6th Dec 2006

Matters Arising

- Re state of road at South View, Mr White of MDDC had visited and found no problem. Query whether he had even visited the right road. To be followed up.

Parish Council Minutes - Jul & Aug 2006

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Public Question Time

The following matters were raised before the meeting by members of the public attending:

At Longmead: sewer problem, car parked over manhole cover in car park for months last winter, slow progress over childrens play area. (Mr Lowman).

Parish Council Minutes - May & Jun 2006

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Public Question Time

28 members of the public attended the June meeting to discuss the application submitted by Hemyock Baptist Church to provide a mobile classroom in the grounds of the Church.

Mike Eastick from Upper Culm Twinning Association asked whether the Parish Council would give their support to the twinning being made official.

John Churchill enquired why County Council had spent money digging out and tarmacing the landing on Lemons Hill.

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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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