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91.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.
92.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.
93.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.
94.Draft article about Hemyock
We have been asked for an article about the village for a feature in the local newspaper. David Barton has collated several people's views, and here is his draft for comment. If you have any suggestions, comments or omissions, please contact him at clerk@hemyock.org. David has now revised it based ...
95.Hemyock: centre of the Universe
Hemyock's status as the centre of the universe was confirmed today as the International Space Station flew overhead.
96.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 ...
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). ...
98.Clean sweep on the courts.
Congratulations to three teams from Hemyock Tennis Club who have won in their respective Leagues this year. In the spring, the Men's Team won their Division of the Somerset Winter League for which they were awarded a rather smart engraved glass bowl, and just now the Mixed Summer Leagues have ...
99.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.
100.Palm Sunday Service
The congregation of St Mary’s, Hemyock were joined by members of the local Baptist Chapel for the annual village Palm Sunday service held at the parish church. Prior to the service a large number walked through the village from the hall to the church led by Rev David Sherwood. Singing ...
101.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 ...
102.Strawberry Tennis Afternoon
Our Strawberry Tennis afternoon was not rained off! We had a very pleasant afternoon in an American Tournament, with partners drawn out of a hat, which Julie Steed and Jerry Popham won. Then we adjourned to the Pavilion where Ann Langford and Sue Lambert had organised a slap-up tea with ...
103.Hemyock Tennis Club Open Evening
HTC are holding an Open Evening on Friday 17th May at 6:30pm and welcome everyone to come along.
104.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. ...
105.Tennis Open Day
Hemyock Tennis Club are holding an Open Evening on Friday 18th May and would welcome anyone (young or old, lapsed player or complete beginner) to come along & have a go. You don’t even have to bring your own racket because Tony Pryce Sports will be bringing a range of ...
106.Concert report
The Salamanca Band and Bugles of The Rifles were welcomed to Hemyock on Saturday (11th July) by a peal of bells rung by the ringers of St Mary's church where the band, conducted by Sgt Martin Wills, gave a concert to a large audience. Given in aid of the Friends ...
107.Hemyock Singers to Separate?
At the annual general meeting of Hemyock Singers the decision was made to look at formalising the separation of the Group. Reflecting on the history of Singers, Chairman, Janice Bawler, reminded the meeting how the group had evolved over almost 40 years. What had begun as a Music Appreciation Club ...
108.The Garages, Millhayes Youth Centre moves forward
A very big thank you to all of you that turned up for the meeting on 6th July, and let us know that you DO want a youth centre ….your enthusiasm was catching.
109.Open Evening at Hemyock Tennis Club
The Tennis Club are having an Open Evening on May 1st from 6:30 onwards, at Longmead, with a local sports shop providing rackets or racquets to try out. There will be light refreshments in the Pavilion afterwards. Non-members and members are welcome
110.Tennis Coaching for Members and non-Members
Hemyock Tennis Club are organising coaching for Juniors and Seniors over the summer, starting on March 27th. There is something for everyone and all standards, non-Members and Members. See the attached schedule for more details
111.Tennis Coaching
Hemyock Tennis Club are hitting off the 2009 season with tennis coaching for all ages from 6 years upwards. You don't have to be a member to take part. All sessions will be in the week from 6th to 10th April with our Coach.
112.boules - rounders - skittles - bouncy castle ...
If you fancy having a go at any of the above or just a drink, something to eat and a chat with friends, why not come to our Sports and Social evening on Friday 7th August at Longmead Sports field, there will be a BAR and BBQ, please bring along ...

114.Mixed results for the mixed tennis team
As at 17 July 2008, the Hemyock tennis Club's mixed team, playing in the 4th division of the Somerset League were top! Unfortunately the next team, Trull C has 3 games in hand, so the position is likely to change!