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61.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 ...
62.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 ...
63.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.
64.Pumpkin Night
Liz Carman and the BHAAM (the people who brought you 'Border Art' along the ridge road a couple of weeks ago) organized a pumpkin carving workshop for children (and a few adults!) on the Old Tennis Courts in Hemyock on Saturday 31 October 2009.
65.Mozart's Requiem
‘Requiem Mass’ by Mozart was the work chosen by Hemyock Singers for their Spring concert presented at St Mary’s Hemyock and the previous evening at Uffculme parish church.
66.Advice on clearing snow
At a very opportune time comes this advice from Devon Association of Local Councils www.dapc.org.uk about the responsibilities and consequences of clearing snow from public areas. The Big Society has arrived!
67.Flats in the middle of the village?
The Parish Council has received a Planning Application to put a block of flats on the old tennis courts.
68.Remembrance Sunday
Over 200 people filled the parish church of St Mary's, Hemyock for the annual Remembrance Sunday service raising over £550 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
69.British Trust for Conservation Volunteers Prize winners
David and Meg Palmer of Lower Mackham Farm, Hemyock were recently presented with an award by the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers. They spent time at the Country Living Christmas Fair in the atrium of the Business Design Centre, London before the evening presentation
70.News from the Parish Council
The Hemyock Litter Pickers are looking for new volunteers to help keep a stretch of Hemyock road tidy; the more we have, the shorter the area! Find out who your Chief Womble is and volunteer. The Police have issued a report on recent crimes in the area, and request we ...
71.hemyock.org needs you
This website, hemyock.org, is a community-run website for local people to advertise their forthcoming events and achievements. It was designed as a central place where people don't have to search specifically for things and avoid the problems that local groups have in getting people to visit isolated websites. We get ...
72.Harvest Festival at St Mary's
The annual village Harvest Festival service will take place at St Mary's on Friday 19th September at 7pm. This will be followed by a bring and share supper in the Church Room.
73.New Road & Pavement Layout Causes Chaos
The completion of a new pavement beside the Millhayes Farm development at Hemyock is causing chaos on this busy stretch of road between the village and Taunton says local businessman Paul Redwood.
74.St Mary's Redecorated
Following the service to celebrate Pentecost (Whitsun) at 11.15 am on Sunday 11th May the Parish Church of St Mary's will be closed for a period of approximately 5 weeks whilst the interior is redecorated.
75.Report on the Annual parish meeting
The Annual Parish Meeting was held in the Parish Hall on the 30th April. About 60 people came to see and hear what the Parish Council has achieved this year and their plans for the next year.
We have arranged junior coaching at the tennis courts again this summer. Lauren Curry (who did the coaching last summer and proved very popular) will be holding one-hour sessions for children of different age/ability on Tuesday mornings starting on July 24th and finishing on August 28th (six sessions in total). ...
77.'Tour of Britain' cycle race coming through Hemyock.
The largest national cycle race, the Tour of Britain (used to be called the Milk Race) is coming through Hemyock on September 9th 2008. This is one stage of the race, and it will go from Chard to Burnham on Sea. More details, including a map, are available here and ...
78.Palm Sunday at St Mary's
Palm Sunday, 16th March, will see the choir of the parish church of St Mary's, Hemyock lead the traditional procession from the Parish Hall to the Church for the morning service. They will leave the hall at 10.45am. All welcome Janice Bawler
79.Flats in the middle of the village - ...
About 120 people attended a meeting in the Parish Hall, called by the Parish Hall Committee to discuss the proposal to build a block of flats on the old tennis courts.
80.Samaritanís Purse Operation Christmas Child Appeal
It’s never too early to……. Start packing a shoebox for the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Appeal. Over recent years 100s of shoeboxes packed with gifts for a child in need have left the Culm Valley and Wellington/Tiverton area. Can you help with this year's appeal?
81.St Mary's Annual Meeting 2008
Reports presented at the annual church meeting of St Mary’s Hemyock with Culm Davy Chapel showed them to be lively forward looking communities. The buildings including the Church Room are in good repair and the interior of St Mary’s is to be redecorated during the summer months. Architect plans for ...
82.Hemyock Tennis Club Open Evening
HTC are holding an Open Evening on Friday 17th May at 6:30pm and welcome everyone to come along.
83.Remember Hemyock's Domesday Project in 1986?
The Domesday Project 1986 was made to coincide with the 900th year anniversary of the original Domesday Book. Many familiar local names occur in it. Unfortunately Domesday 1986 was done on rapidly obsolete computer technology and was nearly lost forever. It has now been put on the web here. You ...
84.New Footpath at Burleyhayes
Devon County Council are reviewing the footpaths in the area, and propose to make the existing route up from Burleyhayes to the Beacon a public right of way instead of a track. We are seeking people who have walked this route for the last 20 years. If so, please contact ...
85.£100,000 Promised To Improve Local Infrastructure
At Wednesdays Mid Devon District Council planning committee meeting the Churchill’s Farm housing development was given the green light. Hemyock Parish Council was represented by its Chairman Heather Stallard who was there to put forward the views of local people who had deep concerns about the lack of sufficient infrastructure. ...
86.Subs for write-access to Hemyock.org now due
Each organisation pays £10 per year (to cover costs) which give access to editing their space on hemyock.org, this website. This allows them to have and edit a Static Page as shown on the left hand bar; to be able to make a Calendar entry as shown on the right ...
87.Uffculme School Exchange
A number of local youngsters who attend Uffculme School recently took part in a school exchange visit to Wellington's twin town, Lillebonne, France and a return visit has just been enjoyed. The French visitors have enjoyed visits to Montacute, Glastonbury and the Peat Moors Centre, Explore@ Bristol, and Crealey Adventure ...
88.Trial by Jury
Hemyock Singers take to the stage once again on FRIDAY 13th November when they will be giving a concert version of Trial By Jury and other Gilbert and Sullivan choruses. The concert takes place at the Parish Hall at 7.30pm and soloists include Glyn Jones, Jenny Doble and Tony Grosse. ...
89.Longmead Open Day
Everyone was invited to the Longmead Open Day on the 22nd August, the first of its kind to showcase the many facilities on the field, which have been developed in the last few years with the Founball Foundation and the Parish Council. It was helped along by the Bottle Top ...
90.Report on Walk in aid of Injured Servicemen
Mike Cooper has completed his walk in aid of Injured Servicemen by walking into Malmesbury Abbey Cloister gardens on Sunday 11th April together with a group of friends and representatives from 9 RLC Regiment based at Hullavington 4 miles from Malmesbury.