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1.Photos of Longmead during development
A series of photos taken by Jack Pursell and others during the development of the Longmead sports field has been added to the website.† They make a fascinating historical record of progress so far, and illustrate the huge amount of work undertaken.† View Slideshow
2.Flooding in Hemyock
The recent rains caused the River Culm to rise to levels not seen for 15 years, according to local residents. Both the Culmbridge Road and Station Road were flooded enough to make driving them a risky business. The water at Whitehall was level with the humps of the two small ...
3.The Garages
The Garages Sports and Activity Centre has finally opened its doors to the Youth of Hemyock. After a lot of hard work by a lot of people and some generous donations and successful grant applications the building is almost complete. Facilities include a huge sports hall, a social room with ...
4.MDDC Local Plan Review
H emyock P arish C ouncil MDDC is reviewing its Local Plan for the district to cover the period 2013 to 2033. Options for planning strategy and potential development sites have been drawn up and published for consultation. A ‘call for sites’ was carried out by MDDC in 2013, inviting ...
5.Launch of Hemyock Emergency Plan (HEP)
Parish Councils in Devon are encouraged by County and District Councils to write simple self help emergency plans to enable a parish to respond in the event of a universal threat occurring where overstretched blue light services are unable to attend immediately. The aim of the recently launched Hemyock Emergency ...
6.Bus Timetable - Taunton to Hemyock
If you work or attend college in Taunton you will know how frustrating it is that the last bus for Hemyock leaves at 5.15pm. Bus companies will only change a timetable when enough customers pressure them to alter it. If you are keen to support the provision of a later ...
7.Road Closure in Culmstock
The B3391 road between Hemyock and Culmstock will be closed from 9th November to 27th November. Attached are the official notice and SWH's letter to residents. Fore Street in Culmstock, the affected road, is the bit just outside the church. Sounds like Withy Lane is going to be busy for ...
8.Make Hay While the Sun Shines
Make Hay While the Sun Shines & other stories from Hemyock, is a new book by Brian Clist who has lived and worked all his life in the village. Its publication has been made possible by the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty's Sustainable Development Fund.
9.Rules of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust ...
This document constitutes the Rules and Articles of Association of the Upper Culm CLT Ltd.
10.Parish Pump magazine
Unfortunately the last page of the Around Hemyock item is missing from the Aug/Sept.issue of the Parish Pump so for your delight here it is! We remember all those known to us who are unwell think very especially of Dr Mark Couldrick By the time this issue has been distribte, ...
11.Musical soiree in aid of Devon Air Ambulance ...
Over 100 people took the opportunity to enjoy a Music Soiree at the home of Jean and Philip Vowles of Hemyock when £400 was raised. The two charities to benefit equally are the Blackdown Support Group and the Devon Air Ambulance. Many visitors took advantage of the beautiful grounds and ...
12.Remembrance Day service at St Mary's
The parish church of St Mary's was filled when the village joined together to commemorate Remembrance Sunday. Led by the church choir and uniformed youth groups and villagers walked from the Parish Hall to the church where the service was conducted by Reader David Palmer.
13.Blackdown Hills Walking Group
The group was first started in May 2006 with the aim of bringing together everyone who enjoys walking in and around the beautiful Blackdown Hills in the company of other, like-minded people. Since our inauguration, membership has steadily increased to around 70 and the number of walks from 11 to ...
14.Poppy Day Lunch Raises £334.18
A sell-out lunch organised by local volunteers raised £334.18 for The Royal British Legion 2012 Poppy Appeal.†41 local people (including two take-aways!) tucked in to a 3-course lunch at The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre, on Sunday 11 November.†Over £320 worth of raffle prizes were donated by generous local businesses.
15.A Healthy Living Centre for Hemyock
The development of a Healthy Living Centre for Hemyock came a little closer yesterday when the Mid Devon District Council planning committee agreed a Change of Use for the garages of the former St Ivel factory from light industrial to social care premises. The Healthy Living Centre is a new ...
16.Project Completed - Flood Plain Footbridge Opened
Significant local funding and ability have gone into the construction of a new flood plain footbridge adjacent to the Culm River at Hemyock. Funded by Hemyock Parish Council and replacing an existing but dilapidated bridge, the £56,000 structure was put into early use recently when the river flooded across the ...
17.Yoga In The Evening At Hemyock
Do you want to join a yoga class, but do not want to travel long distances, especially on cold, dark evenings? Why not join us at Hemyock Primary School? The autumn term will commence in early October following the summer break and will run from 7.30 pm until 9.00 pm.
18.Rev David Sherwood
A standing ovation by 200 people saw the final day of the Rev David Sherwood's ministry in the Upper Culm Valley draw to a close.
19.Hemyock Saturday Market
The Hemyock Saturday Market is held on the third Saturday in the month from 10am - noon in the Parish Hall.
20.Hemyock Lights Parade
Come along to enjoy the spectacle, join the lantern parade through the village ending outside the church and pub. An evening of lights, music and mulled drinks. Procession starts at Longmead Play Park at 6pm. We are still looking for people to help us steward the event, if you know ...
21.Rev. David Sherwood at Ashburton
A party of parishoners from the Upper Culm Valley travelled to Ashburton on 2nd February for the Licensing Service of Revd David Sherwood as Priest in Charge of the Ashburton and Moorland Team of churches. The villagers received a very warm welcome to the church of St Andew where there ...
22.Clayhidon Definitive Map Review
The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 requires Devon County Council to keep the Definitive Map and Statement of public rights of way under continuous review and to make modifications where it appears that routes should be added, regraded or deleted. A review is currently being undertaken in the Parish of ...
23.Afternoon Tea at Prings Farm, Madford
Judy Barton and Sarah Machin will be serving afternoon teas at Prings Farm, Madford on Sunday 27th June from 2.30pm. There will be a delicious selection of homemade cakes along with traditional cream teas. Also, a bring and buy stall. Everyone welcome! In aid of The Blackdown Support Group and ...
24.Housing Needs Survey
Brown envelopes have been dropping onto local door mats and they need your urgent attention. Developed by Hemyock Parish Council and the Devon Rural Housing Partnership, the results will help to assess the future housing needs for the area, including the prevention of unnecessay deleopments. One subject covered by the ...
25.Hemyock Church Rooms
St Mary's Church Rooms can be hired for parties or regular bookings. If interested please contact Janice Bawler 01823 680352.
26.Blackdown Early Music Festival
Blackdowns Early Music Festival has become a mainstream event in the musical calendar for lovers of early music. Every year since 2004 expert singers from all over the UK and Europe have gathered together for occasional weekends in Culmstock to work on programmes of mediaeval, renaissance and baroque vocal music.
27.Minutes of Upper Culm CLT AGM 2016
On 8th October 2016 the Upper Culm Community Land Trust held its Annual General Meeting.†
28.All Change At Hemyock Parish Council
Councillors at Hemyock bid a sad farewell to their Parish Clerk, Anne Kingston at the final council meeting ahead of local elections. Anne had held the post for 24 years and was retiring to spend more time in the garden and with the grand children.
29.Fencing of Forestry Commission land at Culm Davy
The Forestry Commission intend to fence part of the land behind Culm Davy, which many residents of Hemyock will be familiar with. They have only allowed us until the 2nd July for consultation, and they seem to have only put up two small notices on the route to the Culmstock ...
30.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.