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1.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 ...
2.Rules of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust ...
This document constitutes the Rules and Articles of Association of the Upper Culm CLT Ltd.
3.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.
4.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 ...
5.Minutes of Open Meeting Held on 22 June ...
Minutes of an Open Meeting to Launch the Upper Culm Community Land Trust held on 22nd June 2012.
6.Hemyock Hands on History Event
A unique history event took place in Hemyock on 13th and 14th November at the Primary School with archaeologists from Exeter displaying a large amount of the medieval pottery recently found at the Churchills Farm building site for Hemyock people to handle and discuss with the archaeologists.
7.Culm Valley YFC News Update Oct 2012
Culm Valley YFC as usual have been extremely busy competing in lots of different competitions, learning new skills, playing sports and of course attending lots of social events!
8.Young Farmers Celebrate A Diamond Day
Culm Valley Young Farmers Club has celebrated the 60th anniversary of its sale and show. The event was held at Exeter Market at the Matford Centre, Exeter, on Friday April 27.
9.Football Club - News & Update
Hemyock Football Club enjoyed another successful season winning the Intermediate 2 title in their first season in the Devon and Exeter Football League. The club enjoys fantastic facilities down at the Longmead playing field that are the envy of every team that comes to play in Hemyock.
10.Culm Valley YFC News Update Nov/Dec 2012
Its been yet another busy month in the young farmers calander!
11.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.
12.Brownies raise money for Children with Leukaemia
1st Hemyock Brownies are seen here celebrating with their certificates and rewards for raising £617.75 for Children with Leukaemia, through the Children’s Marathon Challenge and the Cheeky Monkey’s Marathon Challenge.
13.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.
14.Notes of a Meeting with Hastoe and the ...
Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd Notes of a Meeting Held on 5th November 2012 between Upper Culm CLT, Hastoe Housing Association and the Homes & Communities Agency This was a meeting called by Wessex Community Assets, not a formal UCCLT Board Meeting. The following are summary notes:
15.Another Great UCTA Event
The Upper Culm Twinning Association (UCTA) enjoyed a great fund raising Burns Night Supper at Hemyock recently. The Haggis was ‘piped in’ and the ceremonial provided by members of the traditionally dressed Caledonian Demonstration Dance Team. The event was sold out with a 5 course dinner being served by members ...
16.Hemyock Youth Football Club
Hemyock Youth Football Club held its most successful AGM at the Catherine Wheel on May 11th. Mark Jordan will continue as chairman, Liz Doble as treasurer and Claire Leach as secretary. A committee of nine members was also elected so we hope the club will continue to thrive and grow.
17.History Group - Meeting Reports
Dr John Griffin gave an interesting talk at our June meeting on the colourful local character who lead hunting hounds in the west country, William Pook Collier.
18.Hemyock WI
Hemyock WI has an exciting new programme for 2011. Talks cover a wide range of topics and more details can be found in the calendar section. Each month we have an informative talk, a competition (optional) flower of the month and a social time. We are a very friendly group ...
19.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.
20.New Members Welcome for Community Land Trust
Applications are currently being invited for membership of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. Membership confers voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and other general meetings of the Trust. The Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd is an open membership, not-for-profit organisation – anyone who lives in the ...
21.Wimbledon comes to Hemyock
On the Sunday afternoon following Wimbledon finals day, Hemyock Tennis Club held its own version of the great event with a mixed doubles tournament followed by champagne, strawberries, tea and cakes.
22.Hemyock WI - August & September Update
The June meeting was held in the Forbes Lounge on Tuesday June 5th. Cindy Jefferson chaired the meeting in the absence of Lyn who was unavailable. It was a lively meeting with Daphne telling members of the interesting county events, taking orders for calendars and diaries and gathering names of ...
23.History Group - Meeting Reports
The 8th October meeting will be given by James Skeggs on the Luttrell Family and on the 16th November Dennis Silk will be talking on Siegfried Sassoon. The August Meeting was a talk from Mac McDonnell who had lived in Uvedale Crescent when working as a youth worker in Croydon.
24.Autumn Newsletter
The weather has not been encouraging for tennis players this year but we have survived, and the patient ones have managed to find an occasional dry sunny day. Let’s hope we have more of those during the autumn as the “Men’s Sunday morning League” is starting up soon, we are ...
25.Hemyock W.I.
Our new programme for the year has been completed and can be found in the Calendar section. As always we have a number of interesting speakers and events planned. In addition to the monthly meetings there is a Book Club which takes place in members houses and always includes wine ...
26.Archive Open days
Open days are planned at the Healthy Living Centre when the Community Archives will be Open to the Public.
27.Culm Valley & Bampton YFC Charity Entertains Re-run
Culm Valley & Bampton Young Farmers Clubs Present a Charity performance of their Entertains productions. To be held at Tiverton New Hall Sunday 2nd March 2014 Performances to begin at 7.30pm Raffle & Refreshments Entry £5 Everyone welcome, more the merrier!! For anymore information contact Emily Vallis on 07545185147
28.Charter Signing Success!
“The marriage is concluded, let the Honeymoon begin” said Chairman Brian Clist on the occasion of the Charter signing between the Upper Culm Twining Association and its French partners from St Herblon and Les Villages des Grees, an area bordering the Loire River in the west of the country.
29.Culm Valley YFC Funday
Culm Valley YFC are holding a funday in aid of charity, Chicks On Sunday 18th August At Whitehall, Hemyock EX15 3UQ By kind permission of Colin Spiller Commencing at 11.30am with - Duck Race, starting 12noon, first race 12.30 **PRIZE MONEY FOR THE WINNERS** - Mens and Ladies Tug of ...
30.Norman Leighton
It was with great sadness that Hemyock Singers heard of the death of Norman Leighton just before the Pump went to press. Norman was a fine musician specialising in the violin. Prior to moving to Hemyock he had been invoved with numerous chiors and orchestras. As a past Musical Director ...