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1.Parish Council - Minutes & Agendas
This page has links to recent Minutes of Parish Council Meetings. They are in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. They are the draft Minutes, put here for speedy democratic access. 90% of the time, they are accepted unaltered as the official Minutes, but if you really need to be sure, you ...
2.Longmead Field
Longmead Field is owned by the Parish Council and is a versatile and functional sports and recreation field for use by Hemyock residents and those from the Blackdowns and surrounding areas. The Longmead Management Group (LMG) has representatives from all the clubs and groups who use Longmead and is responsible ...
3.Parish Council - Councillors
This page lists Hemyock Parish Councillors as currently elected, and lists the District Councillor and County Councillor for this area. Name   Contact Register of Interests Form Chairman               Mrs Heather Stallard     Committees   Finance Committee, Policy Committee, Emergency Plan Group Representative ...
4.The Garages, Millhayes, Youth Centre
The history of the project up to July 2009 is here.  We don't need that any more.  After years of dedicated background work by the Parish Council, we can now move forwards. We now have quite a major project to do.  We have to convert the old buildings into a ...
5.Parish Council - Environment Page
The Parish Council is very committed to caring for our environment. Hemyock is a part of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).   Being in such a beautiful area means that we are very conscious of doing all we can to conserve and preserve its distinctive qualities. One of our ...
6.History of the Millhayes site
This page will be used to keep people abreast of what is happening to The Garages, Millhayes, previously the old factory canteen building and the old milk factory garages. It was acquired by the Parish Council from Bloors when they developed the old factory site, creating the housing estate we ...