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181.From Ray Radford, Your County Councillor
It's that time of year again, Christmas, it is a nice time of year, but they come around too quickly. First I should thank all those who turned out and helped with the Big Litter Pick, across the whole District there where 28 Parishes that took part during the Autumn, ...
182.St Mary's Churchyard
One of the joys of Hemyock is the state of the Churchyard. Whether it is in the snowdrop season or with the explosion of roses it is a part of the village which always gets favourable comments from visitors. Along with the dedicated work of the flower bed keepers this ...
183.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 ...
184.Christingle Service
Late on the afternoon of Sunday 7th December the Church was almost full as people of all ages joined together to sing carols at the village Christingle service conducted by Rev David Sherwood. The history of the Christingle was dramatised by youth members from Hi-zone and the Tower Room Club, ...
185.From Rev David Sherwood
As I write, the death toll in the Haiti earthquake has risen to two hundred thousand and is still climbing. Like you, I am shocked by the devastation of this natural disaster and stunned by the misery and chaos being heaped upon a nation already burdened by poverty and depravation. ...
186.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 ...
187.From Revd Sherwood - Dec 06 & Jan ...
At this time of year the number of people visiting Lapland increases tenfold. There are now regular flights to this icy outpost of northern Europe and many families take the opportunity to visit 'Father Christmas'. It's a sort of seasonal Disneyland for children of all ages to experience the magic ...
188.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 ...
189.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 ...
190.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.
191.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 ...
192.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.
193.Can you help our Church in 2010?
St Mary`s Church is for everyone in Hemyock. It is always there for the big events of life like weddings and funerals and also for quiet thought and contemplation. It is there as a landmark and symbol for the village. But although it`s there for everyone, not many contribute to ...
194.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.
195.Hemyock Emergency Plan - Sand Bag Alternative
People looking to protect their home against the results of a heavy downpour often consider sand bags. However, a filled sandbag soon rots. Similarly, having empty sandbags means that sand has to be found.
196.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 ...
197.A Modest Rise to the Village Precept
Hemyock Parish Council have approved a modest increase in the Parish Precept for the year 2010/11 which equates to a rise typically of less than 3p per household per week. The Council heard that the increase was needed to fund a range of useful initiatives which would be of real ...
198.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 ...
199.What Is The Evening With Bishop Bob All ...
It is for you and everyone else in the Cullompton Deanery Bishop Bob will give some short and inspiring talks. Canon Mark Rylands, Diocesan Missioner will chair. Andrew Maries will lead the music.
200.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 ...
201.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?
202.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.
203.It Never Rains But It Pours!
To say that it has been a wet year (so far!) would be an understatement. Of the first eight months of the year, six have been at least a third more than thefive year average. August wins gold at 71% more, May wins silver at 57% more, with January only ...
204.Summer Fair Organisers Hope For Fair Weather
Members of St Mary's Church, Hemyock with Culm Davy Chapel are busy preparing for their annual Summer Fair and hoping for a dry day. The event, which will run from 10am - 5pm will be held at the Recreation Field on Saturday, July 14, and will have all the usual ...
205.Around Hemyock
1943 was a very special year for Ken and Audrey Salter as it was the year of their wedding. Now 65 years on we send them warmest congratulations and wish them many more happy years.
206.Twinning Mid Summer BBQ
This Twinning Association annual event is at “Pounds”, High Street, Hemyock this Saturday (21st).
207.Walk & Talk for Health - in the ...
Walking can improve energy levels and improve mobility, reduce stress and make us feel good, help us to sleep better and be a part of managing our weight. Perhaps the idea of a walk has been out of the question for you because of previous fitness issues. Walk & Talk ...
208.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.
209.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 ...
210.From Revd Sherwood - Feb & Mar 07
In the media and in conversation with others I am hearing a constant refrain - the complaint that we now live in a 'nanny' state. It begins with surveillance cameras. If you drive on certain roads, visit any town, city or even railway station your presence is noted and recorded. ...