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181.Around Hemyock
Well, do you like it or loathe it? - the new size Parish Pump that is. Comments have varied from - much preferred the smaller size to so much easier to handle; it seems to have even more adverts (they help pay costs); it's harder to find news items they ...
182.Precept, Planning and Protection
Should the village precept be increased, do we need a block of flats in the centre of our village and will pedestrians lack protection?
183.From Revd David Sherwood - April 08
We now stand on the threshold of spring, the season of renewal. I'm sure that all of us will enjoy the longer days, the opportunity to get back outside and nurture our gardens back to new life. Not that they need our help, they are quite capable of doing it ...
184.Kissing Gate Will Be Saved!
The famous kissing gate on Station Road in Hemyock is to stay in the village, the parish council has reassured residents. Back in December Mid Devon District Council said it would be replacing the gate with a more modern and accessible barrier system.
185.Parish Pump Thank You Tea!
The Parish Pump postponed Thank You Tea will now be held on Saturday 17th April in the Church Rooms at 3pm.
186.Short Mat Bowling
Short Mat Bowling takes place in the Parish Hall, twice a week, on Mondays from 10:15am to 12:15pm and on Thursdays from 2:15pm to 4:15pm.
187.St Mary's Guild
The Guild held two coffee mornings. One on August 4th at 37 Castle Park and on September 1st at 34 Castle Park.
188.Parkinsons Day - Coffee Morning
Please support our coffee morning at 45 castle park on Saturday June 19th from 10:00am - 12:30am. Also an evening with Autumn (Jean+Ken), tickets £6 each from 7:00pm - 10:00pm please book tickets asap 01823 681298
189.Culmstock Post Office Closure Temporary
The closure of Culmstock Post Office should only be temporary, says the Royal Mail.
190.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.
191.Couple End 40-Year Fundraising Mission For Children's Charity
After more than 40 years of fundraising, a Hemyock couple have decided it is time to take a break. Brian and Margaret Wheaton have raised £22,058 for the Cullompton and Exeter-based charity Vranch House, which provides physiotherapy for children with significant physical difficulties.
192.Mince Pies at Halifax House
To thank you for your business, we will be serving mulled wine and mince pies from 11am until 4pm on Friday 19th December & Monday 22nd December.
193.Footpaths, Bridleways and Byways
Devon County Council are reviewing the Definitive Map & Statement for Hemyock and are seeking proposals from organisations and individuals about footpaths, bridleways and byways.
194.A huge THANK YOU from ShelterBox for the ...
Following the great generosity of local people including Hemyock Market, Hemyock Baptist Church, St Mary’s Church Hemyock, the Men’s group and St Mary’s Church, Upottery, The Evergreens of Culmstock and many individuals who gave to street collection in Tiverton, the Rotary Club of Tiverton has been able to send to ...
195.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 ...
196.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.
197.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 ...
198.Young Farmers Update - August - December 07
Looking back to the beginning of the August saw a very wet and muddy Honiton Show, which many of our members participated at. We had members showing stock, crafts, cookery and our boys pulled Tug-Of-War and even though they didn't take top place, they still managed to appear on Spotlight ...
199.Flavour of France
Hemyock Village Hall was at full capacity for a very different Valentines event last weekend.
200.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 ...
201.Will the Historic Kissing Gate be Scrapped?
The famous 'kissing gate' in Station Road, Hemyock needs a new home or it will soon be scrapped says the Parish Council.
202.Longmead Management Group Need You
The Longmead Management Group (LMG) is responsible for developing and maintaining the Longmead sports and leisure facilities.
203.From the Ringing Room at St Mary’s
About 6 years ago we welcomed the first ringing bride to the ringing room. Tower captain Lin Holway and her daughter, Emily, rang together before Emily's wedding. Now we have had the first ringing bridegroom. Our latest learner Tim Barton only started to ring last autumn, and we were delighted ...
204.Twinning Mid Summer BBQ
This Twinning Association annual event is at “Pounds”, High Street, Hemyock this Saturday (21st).
205.Samaritans Purse Christmas Shoebox Appeal
Many thanks to all those who donated a shoebox of presents which will bring great happiness to a child somewhere in the world this Christmas. 100 were eventually sent from here. Thanks also to those people who over the year have been busy knitting mittens, hats and scarves for the ...
Please could residents take care when parking their vehicles on the roadside that they do not park near road junctions causing bad visibility. Please use your driveways if possible and help to improve safety around the parish. Thank you for your consideration.
207.Hemyock - Some Early Memories
A young chap on a bicycle with a long pole went through the village at dusk switching on the streetlights. Why was the switch up near the lamp? Our neighbour Mr Salter in Station Road, Carpenter and Wheelwright had a workshop full of wonderful wood aromas. His grizzled hair was ...
208.Devon Historic Churches Trust
The DHCT are having their annual "Ride, Stride or Bike Day" on Saturday September 8th. On this day many of the churches in the county will be open and people are encouraged to visit as many as possible, and get some sponsorship for doing it. 50% of any money raised ...
209.Hemyock WI - News Update
In June the members enjoyed a challenging Treasure Hunt around the village. This was organised by Julie and Elaine. Luckily, the weather was favourable as some members took a long time to complete their tasks. The winning team was 'The Young Ones.' All were able to enjoy the meal provided ...
210.Council Will Fight Removal Of Only Telephone Box
There is only one telephone box in the Parish of Hemyock and according to Parish Councillors it appears to be used regularly.