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1.Festival of Trees in Advent
The Friends of St Mary's led by Jane Attlee, the Festival Co-ordinator, were delighted to welcome visitors to a Festival of Trees in Advent between December 15 - 17. Trees will be on view during the Christmas period.
2.Blackdown Archives
This weekend, the 13th and 14th August, will see the next Open Days for the Community Archives at the Healthy Living Centre. The Archives will be on display at the Centre from 12 noon until 3pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Come along to the Centre this weekend for a ...
3.Dennis Silk CBE talks on Siegfried Sassoon
Dennis Silk gave a moving talk last night on the life and poetry of Siegfried Sassoon. His talk was a perfect example of a clear informative, interesting and entertaining account of one of the 20th century's great literary yet controversial figures.
4.St Mary's Summer Fair and Scout's Open Afternoon
The Annual St Mary's Summer Fair and Scout's Open Afternoon
5.History Talk by Dr David Pugsley
The talk this evening in the Church Rooms will be given by Dr David Pugsley who has researched a legal case in 1835 that caused the Home Secretary of the day to refer to it in the House of Commons.
6.DVD Hemyock Then and Now
Everyone is welcome to come along to the Healthy Living Centre on Wednesday afternoon for the Preview Showing of the new DVD Hemyock Then and Now. Preview Screenings will be at 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Complimentary refreshments will be provided.
7.Archaeology Talk from Stephen Reed
At our recent Thursday meeting, Mr Stephen Reed, an archaeologist from Devon County Council, presented a very informative and interesting talk on archaeological activity around Devon including the find of post-mediaeval pottery at the Churchill building site.
8.Hemyock History
The first meeting of the new year for the History Group is a talk by Tom Harris on 3000 years of the History of Bells plus related culture and art.  The meeting is in the Church Rooms at 7.30pm.  Come along for an interesting and informative evening. 
9.Hemyock Then and Now
The DVD of Hemyock Then and Now was sold out at the recent public screening when over 100 people attended over two sessions. We have now produced more copies of the DVD and they will be available at the Church Rooms at the Saturday morning Charity Shop. The Charity Shop ...
10.Archive Open days
Open days are planned at the Healthy Living Centre when the Community Archives will be Open to the Public.
11.Hemyock History Group Talk
Dr David Pugsley wil be giving a talk at the Church Rooms on 14th February at 7.30pm on the famous Moretonhampstead murder in 1835 which he has researched with access to all the relevant papers.
12.Hemyock History Tours
A group of 35 members of Exmouth History Group came to Hemyock last Thursday 20th June for a guided tour of Historic Buildings.  Starting at the Church Rooms with tea/coffee and a display of old photos they made their way to Hemyock Castle for a fascinating tour of this Norman ...
13.Hemyock History Group
The next meeting of the Hemyock History Group is this coming Thursday 14th May, 2009 in the Church Rooms. The meeting will include a talk about Military Insignia and Regimental Identification, Badges etc. Please bring along any examples of such Regimental badges.
14.Mozart's Requiem
The Hemyock Singers will be performing Mozart's Requiem at the Parish Churches of St Mary.
15.Hemyock History Group
The next meeting of the Hemyock History Group will be on Thursday 12th March in the Church Rooms at 7.30pm. The speaker wil be Mr David Pugsley, past leader of the MDDC and from Exeter University Law School. The subject will be “Sir William Follett of Culm Davy who became ...
16.Hemyock History Group
The May Meeting is on Thursday 8th May with Chris Dracott presenting "A Family of the RAJ."
17.Hemyock History Group
The next meeting of the History Group is this Thursday 11th June when the County Archaeologist, Mr Stephen Reed, will give a talk on "Recent Archaeological work in Devon". in the Church Rooms at 7.30pm. At the meeting in May, Mr Donald Richards, who served in the Devon and Dorsets ...