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151.From Revd David Sherwood - February 08
Christmas is over and a New Year begins, A New Year full of opportunity and expectation which has been rather blunted by various bodies warning of an impending credit squeeze and a fall in the economy. All of us face rising energy charges, from fuel for our cars to the ...
152.Market Brunch
Why not come along to our Market Brunch at Hemyock Market on Saturday 16th February & 15th March from 10.00 until 11.45
153.Tick Tock, Tick Tock.....
With the recent work being done on the Hemyock church clock, a few words of history might be of interest.
154.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 ...
155.Around Hemyock - June 2007
The last Around Hemyock article began with congratulating the Culm Valley Young Farmers' Club on some recent successes and it is good to do that again as they have recently celebrated their 60th anniversary sale and show held at Exeter Market which I believe was featured on a local television ...
156.Church Library
Thank you to all the people who have recently offered books for the Parish Church Library. We've go some interesting new titles in stock to offer some thought provoking reading. You'll find the library at the back of the church (near the font and by the Children's Corner). The library ...
157.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, ...
158.Fire At Timber Company
Firefighters from across Somerset and Devon attended a fire at a timber yard in Hemyock this morning.
159.Coffee Morning Success
A highly successful coffee morning held at a Hemyock couple's home has raised more than £600 for the charity Vranch House Exeter.
160.St Mary's Guild - August & September 07
Members and friends of St Mary's Guild left Hemyock at 9:30 Wednesday June 6th for their outing. The venue this year was Crediton Parish Church for their floral tribute to 100 years of broadcasting. We stopped at Bickleigh Mill for morning coffee, the resident peacock at the mill turned out ...
161.Casual Walking Group
Anyone interested in joining a casual walking group? A small group of older people meet once a month on a Sunday morning, and usually drive to a pub, walk for about 2 hours (4 to 5 miles) and end up back at the pub for lunch.
162.Prize Draw In Aid Of Hospice
Customers at the Spar store in Hemyock helped to raise £550 for a Taunton hospice following a prize draw.
163.Parish Council Meeting
Plenty going on in the village. Read up on snow clearance, Annual Parish Meeting, challenges to MDDC charges and the forthcomoming election.
164.From Revd David Sherwood - October 08
As we begin our annual round of Harvest Festivals, I have been thinking about how important 'taste' is to us. As very small babies as soon as we find something new, we put it in our mouth! If it's nice, it stays there, if not we spit it out! As ...
165.Blackdown Hills AONB Meeting
There is a meeting of the Blackdown Hills AONB management group at the Half Moon Inn at Clayhidon on Thursday 11 December at 10am. Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe.
166.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.
167.Culmstock Post Office Closure Temporary
The closure of Culmstock Post Office should only be temporary, says the Royal Mail.
168.Emmaus group
You may be aware of the fact that Rev Sherwood has brought together a small group from all our churches to help look at some of the ideas that float around the Benefice, and help the Benefice grow.
169.Longmead Management Group Need You
The Longmead Management Group (LMG) is responsible for developing and maintaining the Longmead sports and leisure facilities.
170.Hampton Court Success For Hemyock Nursery
A Hemyock Nursery has won an award at this year's Hampton Court Flower Show. The largest annual flower show in the world showcased its best crop of gardens in 18 years, with 10 RHS gold medals announced earlier this week.
171.French Lessons
A while ago I offered 4 x 1 hour French lessons at an Auction of Promises in support of Hemyock Preschool. The person who bought them was unable to take them up and expressed her desire that someone else should benefit at no personal cost. GCSE is coming. If interested, ...
172.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
173.The Church Clock
Many in the Parish may have noticed that the church clock is not registering the time. It has to be repaired! Although the clock is under the care of the Parish Church this is part of the treasure, which belongs to the whole Parish. A Honiton clock maker originally made ...
174.Award For Poultry Man
A Hemyock man has received a national award at the House of Commons in recognition of his role in the UK poultry industry.
175.Did You Know… The Pavilion, MUGA and Tennis ...
The pavilion has a kitchen as well as changing rooms, toilets and sitting area, making it an ideal venue for children's parties etc.
176.Around Hemyock - April 09
Many people will, by now, be aware that the Pump's editors Hilary and Matt Clements have a baby daughter, Verity. The birth was not without its complications and Verity arrived 9 weeks early weighing in at 2lbs 10oz on Valentines Day. She is progressing well and we send the family ...
177.Exeter 1100 Book
We now have some more copies of the book produced to mark the 1100th anniversary celebrations of the Foundiing of the diocese. "A Pilgrims Guide" has details of ALL Devon's churches.
178.Summary Of The Longmead Field Meeting Held 14th ...
Play area A sign stipulating ‘do’s and don’ts’ was needed before the playground could be opened. This should be ready in about two weeks time. ROSPA required that the play area be monitored for damage and hazards to children. Trim trail The lottery fund bid had failed. It was agreed ...
179.From Rev David Sherwood
"…all I want for Christmas, is you!" No, that's not right. "Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way…" Nope, that's not it either. "So here it is merry Christmas, everybody's having fun…" No! This just isn't working! Sorry about this. It's the middle of November and as I sit ...
180.Hemyock Land Owners
There is a keen interested in providing Allotments in Hemyock as evidenced by the recent village Survey. What we lack is land close to the village which can be used for Allotments. The Parish Council is seeking to lease land for this purpose on a long term basis - one ...