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121.Fire At Timber Company
Firefighters from across Somerset and Devon attended a fire at a timber yard in Hemyock this morning.
122.Exeter 1100
As people may well be aware 2009 marks the 1100th Anniversary of the founding of the Diocese of Exeter, and also that of the Bath and Wells Diocese. The celebrations come to a climax at the end of June.
123.Devon Historic Churches Day
This is on September 12th. It's a day when many churches across the county are open giving rise to some interesting possibilities.
124.From Councillor Ray Radford
Christmas has gone and now we are in a new year, hope you all enjoyed yourselves. We are now settling into the new Executive Structure at MDDC from last Nov, it will take time to settle down, we are all on a learning curve. The main difference is that Officers ...
125.ShelterBox - Update
I have received confirmation that our Rotary Club in Tiverton has donated, with your huge support, the following Boxes, numbered 39038, 44708 to 44715 inclusive, 49126 to 49131 inclusive 49971. This is a total of £7840.
126.Annual Parish Meeting a great success
The recent “Annual Parish Meeting” at Hemyock reflected the confidence which the Council and its community have going forward.
127.New Walkway in Sight
For some time now the historic raised walkway which links the Millhayes area of Hemyock with the main village has been falling into disrepair. A responsibility of the Highways Department of DCC, the County Council are not willing to spend money in order to repair and upgrade it to modern ...
128.The Church Clock - Task Completed!
Many thanks to all people of the Parish who have contributed to the fund dedicated for the renovation of our Parish Clock in the Church Tower.
129.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.
130.European Funding For Young Traders
Young people setting up new businesses in the Blackdown Hills are being urged to act quickly if they want to get European funding.
131.St Mary's Guild - February 08
On Wednesday December 5, members of St Mary’s Guild met for their monthly meeting in the Church Rooms. Christine Brown welcomed members before introducing speakers Malcolm and Mary Beal who entertained us with some tales and anecdotes about their life since Malcolm's ordination in the 1960s. Malcolm started his ministry ...
132.From Reverend David Sherwood - June 2010
At the beginning of last year I wrote about the onset of the Credit Crunch and how that was impacting on the lives of those who had either lost their jobs or who were reliant upon the vagaries of the stock market for their income. But it has taken the ...
133.Hemyock Church Rooms
St Mary's Church Rooms can be hired for parties or regular bookings. Private Functions only £8.00 per hour Regular Bookings £5.50 per hour
134.Important Notice - Changes to St Mary's Services
The pattern of services in the benefice is changing. This is to make it more manageable and allow the Rector time to see people at earlier services without having to rush off to be on time for the next one.
135.Churches Pulling Together in the Blackdowns
Following a meeting of church leaders in Dunkeswell on Wednesday 18th November, a new ecumenical group has been formed covering the Blackdown Hills and representative of all the main denominations. Springing from an initial idea by Steven Reed, Pastor of Hemyock Baptist Church and co-sponsored by local Anglican Vicar David ...
136.Tour Of Britain Comes Through Hemyock Again
Once more Hemyock is gearing up to welcome the Tour of Britain, Britain's premier cycle race, and not just for one stage, but for both of the South West stages on 14th and 15th September 2010. At around lunchtime on both days, the Tour will pass through Hemyock.
137.Memories of Christmas Fairs Past
"Why me?" was the question I asked when approached to open St Mary's Christmas Fair this year. I was told it was because I had attended a great many and perhaps would have some memories I would like to share. It was later suggested I should put some of the ...
138.Church Room
Now that the Cameo Club has moved to their new premises the Church Room is available for bookings on Monday and Thursdays. £8 per hr for private bookings eg parties; £5.50 pr hr regular bookings eg Scouts; £2 pr hr prep time. For further details please contact the booking secretary, ...
139.Around Hemyock.... August 2009
The wind dropped, the cloud lessened and before you knew it seven members of the Red Devils had parachuted into the Recreation Field and found themselves being inspected by Churchwarden Mary Beal before handing over an inscribed wooden baton to mark the event.
140.A Huge Thank You From Shelterbox
Following the great generosity of local people... The Men's group and St Mary's Church, Upottery, Hemyock Market, Hemyock Baptist Church, St Mary's Church Hemyock, The Evergreens of Culmstock, those who gave to the street collection in Tiverton and many individuals. the Rotary Club of Tiverton has been able to send ...
141.Bus Route 20 - Hemyock Village
Letter received by Hemyock Parish Council from Cooks Coaches
142.Gloucester Old Spot Salami!
Connoisseurs have been praising the quality of Gloucester Old Spot pig for decades. But now they have another way to enjoy it. Hemyock Farming couple Clive Counsell and Donna Lucking have developed Gloucester Old Spot salami – and it's proved an instant hit with their customers at farmers' markets.
143.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 ...
144.Thank You
For around 23 years John Bimson has lovingly cared for the churchyard of St Mary's Church, Hemyock. To mark his retirement a painting of his house by Brian Doble was presented by Deputy Warden David Bawler at a recent service. Speaking on behalf of the church Mrs Mary Beal, Warden, ...
145.St Mary’s Guild - Last Meeting
It is with regret that on December 7th 2009 St Marys Guild held its last meeting in the Church Room. The rector David Sherwood led a quietly moving service, and Joan Lawrence played the Guild hymn. Val White gave a broad ranging history of the group from its first days ...
146.Scrabble Club
Scrabble Club is continuing on the 4th Tuesday in each month at 2.30pm at the Back Room of Hemyock Baptist Church. The dates for June and July are as follows: 22.06.10 and 27.07.10
147.Chance to Exhibit in Uffculme "FibreFest"
Exhibitors are being sought for Fibrefest 2007 this autumn.The plans for the fibre showcase at Bridwell Park, Uffculme, in September, are taking shape, and the deadline for exhibitors is Wednesday, May 30.
148.Are you prepared for the snow?
There is a warning of snow on the way. Are you prepared? If you follow this link to the DCC Emergency Planning Newsletter you will find sections of interest to help you prepare. http://www.devon.gov.uk/ep_newsletter_dec10.pdf If the snow does come, please check on your neighbours, especially the elderly. Let's plan for ...
149.From Reverend David Sherwood - April 2010
Limbo. Now there's an interesting word. I don't mean the West Indian dance in which one bends backwards to passunder a low bar. Nor do I mean the theology of 'the abode of souls excluded from the presence of God, but not condemned to any other punishment' (which incidentally, is ...
150.Your Dog, Your Mess! Bag and bin please
There has been a recent increase in the amount of dog mess which has been left around the village. Some of it is bagged, but then thrown into gardens or fields. The Parish Council are appealing to owners to clear up the mess left by their dogs. It is not ...