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31.Street Lighting in Hemyock
The subject of the street lighting in Hemyock came up at the Parish Council Meeting on 4th July. Andy Ware from Devon County Council gave the Parish Council a briefing on their plans to alter the lighting to reduce DCC’s carbon footprint as they have calculated that street lighting is ...
32.Lost dog
This dog went missing on 17 March while on a walk with his owners in the woods in Clayhidon between Cordwents and Shepherds Halt, Clayhidon.     His name is Bodie, he's extremely friendly and may have attached himself to another party of walkers.    If you have any information please ...
33.Churchills Farm Planning Application - The Parish Council ...
Having received the formal Planning Application for the proposed development of the Churchills Farm site, the Parish Council arranged and held an open meeting to discuss it.
34.St Mary's Summer Fete
Despite overcast skies and another event being held in the village the annual Summer Fete organised by St Mary’s Parish Church was a great success raising over £1,800.
35.Farewell to Pastor Steve
Nearly 200 people filled Hemyock Village Hall for a Sunday service to say farewell to Blackdown Hills church minister Steven Reed and his wife Hazel. It was 10 years to the day since Steven began the work of leading Hemyock Baptist Church, during which time many positive things had happened ...
36.Hemyock Queen's Diamond Jubilee Photo Competition – now ...
  As part of the Jubilee Celebrations, we are having a photo competition. It covers past and present royal occasions.  Entry is open to non-professional photographers.  Cash prizes. Entries close at midnight on June 29th, so get snapping!  Entries will be posted on hemyock.org after the competition closes and  can ...
37.Culm Area Development Plan
The Mid Devon District Council's plans for our area are to be discussed. At the forthcoming Parish Council meeting on Wednesday 5th September, there will be a speaker from MDDC who will outline their plans for us up to the year 2026 and answer questions. Parish Council Meetings start at ...
38.Mary Waldron Trust - Calling students in Higher ...
The Mary Waldron Trust is a small charity set up many years ago to provide financial help to students who have been educated and reside in the Parishes of Hemyock or Clayhidon.
39.Alcohol is no excuse
With the various celebrations in the coming weeks, the Council would like to remind you of this.
40.Councillors Co-opt Leisha
Following a non-contested election at Hemyock when only 9 of the 10 seats were contested, the Parish Council asked for volunteers for co-option and was very pleased to receive 5 excellent written applications from villagers. All of these attended the recent meeting of the Parish Council and were invited to ...
41.Road Closure in Culmstock
The B3391 road between Hemyock and Culmstock will be closed from 9th November to 27th November. Attached are the official notice and SWH's letter to residents. Fore Street in Culmstock, the affected road, is the bit just outside the church. Sounds like Withy Lane is going to be busy for ...
42.Culmstock Bridge closed
It would appear that the bridge at Culmstock has been closed due to an accident on Thursday 18th May. Further details http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-18123457 If you find out what is happening, please contact me and I will update this. UPDATE: all open again now.
43.Let us know you are here!
We are doing a survey to see who uses hemyock.org and what you use it for.  If you are interested in the facilities in Hemyock at all, please send me an email at 'steedpaul' ampersand 'rocketmail.com'.   It can be blank, as part of my survey is just counting numbers of ...
44.Are You A Football Enthusiast?
Hemyock Senior and Youth Football teams are energetic and very well supported, with two senior teams and over 65 children participating in youth football. Longmead Management Group work in conjunction with the Football Foundation to deliver a progressive and exciting operation with a very dynamic development plan going forward. We ...
45.Hemyock Tennis Club raises funds for Sport Relief
Fortified by home made cakes and warm brews supplied by club members, Hemyock Tennis Club raised over £550 for Sports Relief. Undeterred by the weather, this enthusiastic tennis club - which enjoys the facilities of the Longmead Field Sports Centre with 3 all weather courts and a club pavilion - ...
46.Carols in the Barn
An open barn at Culm Pyne Barton, Hemyock, home of the Stallard family, was the venue for Carols in the Barn. Trimmed with coloured lights and a Christmas tree, with hay bales as seats the evening attracted over 100 people from babes in arms to those over 80; and in ...
47.Strength of the Hills
Our very own Ron White wrote a book once, which has long been sold out, called 'Strength of the Hills: The Story of the Blackdown Hills Mission'. Fortunately Brian Chapel of Bishopswood Chapel has laboriously typed it all out and it is available on his web site.
48.Mary Waldron Trust
This fund can assist students in higher and further education with purchases of books and equipment, including computer requisites.
49.The Garages, Millhayes Youth Centre
The project to start some youth facilities in the village has begun. We have a date for the first Under 18 Night Club to help raise funds for your Youth Centre.
50.Help for Heroes Walk
Mike Cooper set off on his walk from Hemyock to Malmesbury in Wiltshire from St Mary’s Church on Easter Sunday morning with the Easter bells ringing around the valley. The walk is in aid of Help for Heroes which rehabilitates injured servicemen returning from Afghanistan and Sports Aid which assists ...
51.Art exhibition at the Garages, Millhayes.
Peter Barrett is having an exhibition of his latest paintings at The Garages, Millhayes, Hemyock, November 24th to 28th 2017, 9.30 am to 6.30 pm daily.   There’ll be oils and watercolours of Dartmoor landscapes, local woodland scenes,  bird studies, and many other west country subjects. 
52.Villagers Advised to Raise Petition
Controversy continues to surround planning application for a development in Hemyock which villagers believe will cause further sewage leaks and potential health issues. Frustrated residents of the Longmead estate, where sewage leaks have become a very real issue, attended the Parish Council Meeting and voiced their concerns that they are ...
53.Old newsreel of Hemyock
The British Pathe organisation that made many of the newsreels of the twentieth century has digitised them and they are online. They include a couple of Hemyock in the early 1920s
54.Big Litter Pick
A special Litter Pick will take place on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th October, starting in the Parish Hall car park from 9:30-10:30am. Rubbish bags, Hi-Viz vests and Pickers will be supplied. For more information, please contact Steve Major 01823 680907
55.Hemyock Without Dedicated Police Presence
After a short period of having a dedicated Beat Manager who showed real signs of getting to know the community and its inhabitants, Hemyock and the surrounding area is again without a police presence.
56.More Houses?
Despite the assurances given by Mr Guscott, the Mid Devon District Council’s Chief Planning Officer, that there would be no more developments in Hemyock for 10-15 years, it was revealed by Frank Rosamond, the MDCC elected Member covering this area on the MDDC that MDDC has to consider some possible ...
57.Happy Christmas to all our readers.
Hi everyone, A happy Christmas to all our readers, near and far; and a happy New Year.  Keep those stories coming and keep reading our news.  You know we get it first!  If you would like your Club to be able to put stories on hemyock.org, get in touch.  
58.Donations of books.
Donations of books are requested for a book sale run by the Rotary Club of Wellington District. The Club is planning a re-run of its successful Book Sale from Saturday 14th to 21st April, aiming to raise money in support of Wellington Young People’s Centre and other Rotary charities.
59.Photos of Longmead during development
A series of photos taken by Jack Pursell and others during the development of the Longmead sports field has been added to the website. They make a fascinating historical record of progress so far, and illustrate the huge amount of work undertaken. View Slideshow
60.Cider With Roadies
Hemyock Parish Council has given a grant of £300 to the Common Players a touring theatre company who will visit the village in October with their new production of Cider With Roadies. The Centre-piece of this project is a specially commissioned apple press from Sculptor Jon Rodney-Jones. The press is ...