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61.More Allotments for Hemyock?
Hard pressed families in the Hemyock area who are finding the cost of fruit and vegetables high and the size of their gardens too small to be productive may welcome the discussions at a forthcoming Parish Council meeting (Wednesday 6th August).
62.Celebratory Bells
The Hemyock ringers are having an anniversary year! With two members celebrating Golden Weddings earlier in the year, they now have a Silver Wedding Anniversary to ring for.
63.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.
64.Easy Does It – Village footbridge is launched ...
At last Hemyock has a footbridge over the river Culm.
65.Issues of life and faith and humour
A packed Throgmorton Hall in Dunkeswell revelled in the exceptional humour of author Adrian Plass last Saturday evening. Audience laughter raised the roof as the million selling writer and conference speaker delivered his special brand of thought provoking humour, whilst his storytelling moved them to consider the broader issues of ...
66.Around Hemyock
The village and surrounding area has been shocked with the recent tragic deaths of Terry Frost and teenager Laura Persey and through the Pump we send love and condolences to their families and friends. Laura is the third young person connected to the Culm Valley Young Farmers Club to die ...
67.Thank You - 40 Commando Royal Marines Christmas ...
I write to thank everyone who so generously donated money and gifts to be sent to the marines of 40 Commando serving in Afganistan. The Royal Marines Association Gibraltar Club of Mid Devon has been the central collection and distribution centre for this operation and we would like you to ...
68.Around Hemyock
As I write this Easter Sunday is just a few days away when many will have enjoyed visits from family and friends. Others may be on holiday for a longer period and we welcome them and hope they will enjoy the delights of the area. Despite the turbulent weather we ...
69.Can the Violet Chapman Trust Help You?
This registered charity was set up by a local parishioner in 1986 for the benefit of elderly and sick residents in Hemyock and district. It can make grants for medical treatment and care, and assist relatives/friends visiting and caring for people at home or in hospital. Grants for research, surgeries, ...
70.Violet Chapman Trust
This registered charity was set up by a local parishioner in 1986 for the benefit of elderly and sick residents in Hemyock and districts. It can make grants for medical treatment and care and assist in relatives, friends visiting and caring for people at home or in hospital. Grants for ...
71.Parish Pump
Another year has gone by so once again you should find an envelope for your donation towards the printing costs in with the latest edition of the Parish Pump.
72.Thought from Rev David Sherwood
Over the past few months the three Parochial Church Councils have been looking at the pattern of services in the Benefice.
73.Summer Fayre Success!
A cloud of orange smoke announcing the arrival of the Red Devils brought Hemyock St Mary's parish church summer fayre to a stand still as the hundreds of visitors rushed to the arena to watch the seven members of The Parachute Regiment perform an ariel display before landing. An inscribed ...
74.Open Meeting - Erection of a 50kw wind ...
Erection of 1 50kw wind turbine - Land at NGR 312536 111830 (Highlands Farm) Hemyock, Devon – Planning Reference: 12/00456/F​​​ULL Due to the concerns expressed to the Parish Council, an Open Meeting will take place on Thursday 17th May at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall to discuss the above planning ...
75.From Ray Radford, Your County Councillor
Have you had a good summer? perhaps I should have ask if you have been able to keep reasonably dry, what a summer! The month of August at Devon County has been reasonably quiet, as it takes a while to pick up, getting geared up for the budget process for ...
76.Walks on the Wild-Side
Do you enjoy a stroll in the countryside? Hemyock Parish Council regularly arranges for local footpaths to be surveyed to ensure that they are kept in good order and that there are no unauthorised diversions or blockages. A few more volunteers are needed to walk and survey the footpaths.
77.Blackdown Community Choir
The Blackdown Community Choir is now recruiting for September. Men particularly welcome! We sing a variety of light material such as folk, gospel, African songs and Taize.
78.Jesus was a businessman says Bishop
“People don’t realise that Jesus spent a number of years in business before making himself publicly known in ministry” said Bishop Bob Evens when he spoke at a Hemyock Men breakfast recently.   “As a carpenter, Jesus understood what it was to have bad suppliers, late payers and miserable customers” he ...
79.Around Hemyock - Jan 07
Daniel Twyford, a 10 year old pupil at our primary school, is becoming well known locally for his photography with a number of his pictures displayed at the Surgery. Last year he won a competition in Exmouth and 10 of his photos have been purchased with a view to turning ...
80.Lent Lunches
Frugal lunches of home made soups, bread & cheese will take place on Wednesdays during Lent in the Church Rooms. Starting Ash Wednesday 6th February, from 12 noon. All are welcome.
81.Post Office Retained
It appears that the Post Office in Hemyock has been saved from closure during the recent nationwide review.
82.SPAR Shop Owner Finally Hangs Up The Keys
The owner of a Hemyock community shop is to step down after 21 years. Christine Stepney ran the village's SPAR store but is now selling up and handing over the reins to new owners.
83.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.
84.Good Turn Out For Monument Run
The Blackdown Hills were alive to the sound of pounding feet on Sunday as 193 runners tackled the 24th Wellington Monument Bert King Memorial Road Race. In mild weather conditions the Taunton-based club Running Forever took the John Cooksley team shield. Taunton AC, who had held the shield since 2003, ...
85.Longmead Sports & Fun Day
Sunday 22nd August from 2.30pm An afternoon of fun activities for all ages, including: basketball, boules, football, tennis, walk& talk, yoga.  
86.Remembrance Sunday Lunch
Remembrance Sunday Lunch 3 course lunch and coffee in aid of the Royal British Legion 2012 Poppy Appeal Tickets £10 - available from The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre, telephone (01823) 680687 Sunday November 11th, following the memorial at St Mary's Church (around 12 noon) Play area for toddlers and big ...
87.Space Science Made Easier By Hemyock Man
Now Simon Ould can bring the solar system down to earth, his space odyssey service is really taking off. The ex-physics teacher, who lives in Hemyock, has launched a mobile planetarium project which is completely out of this world.
88.Projects Under Way in Hemyock for 2010
Work is under way on two major projects which will open in early 2010 in Hemyock. Buildings which were once part of the St Ivel milk factory in the village are being re-developed and returned to useful service. The former social club is being transformed into the Blackdown Healthy Living ...
89.Erection of a 50kw wind turbine at Highlands ...
You may be aware of the planning application currently being considered for a large wind turbine to be erected just outside Hemyock. The proposed turbine is very tall at over 34 metres - this is two thirds the height of Wellington Monument, or about the height of an 11 storey ...
90.Hemyock Church Rooms
Don't Forget - St Mary's Church rooms can be hired for parties or regular bookings.