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61.Open Garden at Regency House
Regency House is the original Hemyock Rectory, built in 1855 with a yard and barn much older than that.
62.Carol Service
TONIGHT - 7pm - St Mary's Church carol service. Come and sing well loved carols, hear Christmas readings and listen to the choir sing some wonderful music
63.Issues of life and faith and humour
A packed Throgmorton Hall in Dunkeswell revelled in the exceptional humour of author Adrian Plass last Saturday evening. Audience laughter raised the roof as the million selling writer and conference speaker delivered his special brand of thought provoking humour, whilst his storytelling moved them to consider the broader issues of ...
64.Meeting cancelled
Embrace has cancelled the meeting scheduled for 10am on 18th September. Please see email below Good Morning All, We are sorry for the short notice, however we are going to postpone the meeting scheduled for tomorrow, at 10:00. We have taken on board your feedback and we will shortly be ...
65.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Traffic Order
66.Around Hemyock
As I write this Easter Sunday is just a few days away when many will have enjoyed visits from family and friends. Others may be on holiday for a longer period and we welcome them and hope they will enjoy the delights of the area. Despite the turbulent weather we ...
67.Hemyock Student Wins Beauty Therapy Contest
An 18-year-old student from Hemyock wowed judges at an annual beauty therapy contest in London a fortnight ago. Amy Grimshaw won the Sterex Student of the Year Competition 2007 at the Roof Gardens Hotel in Kensington on June 13.
68.Quiz Night Tickets Selling Fast
Tickets are selling fast for the Quiz Night this Saturday, 27th September. If your team hasn't bought or reserved their tickets yet, please contact John Hurley on 07891 941306 or drop into Hemyock Post Office. Many thanks. Hemyock Cricket Club
69.Mary Waldron Trust
This fund can assist students in higher and further education (including Richard Huish College) with purchases of books and equipment, including computer requisites. Those applying should normally be resident in Hemyock or Clayhidon and must have received full time education at one or more of:
70.Around Hemyock - Jan 07
Daniel Twyford, a 10 year old pupil at our primary school, is becoming well known locally for his photography with a number of his pictures displayed at the Surgery. Last year he won a competition in Exmouth and 10 of his photos have been purchased with a view to turning ...
71.More Allotments for Hemyock?
Hard pressed families in the Hemyock area who are finding the cost of fruit and vegetables high and the size of their gardens too small to be productive may welcome the discussions at a forthcoming Parish Council meeting (Wednesday 6th August).
72.Station Road closure details
South West Highways have sent through the notice of closure for Station Road while they do work to alleviate the flooding on the far side of the bridge. The closure is from 16th August, aiming to finish on the 27th. The official routes are from the A38 via Culmstock for ...
73.Samaritan’s Purse Christmas Shoebox Appeal.
‘ The Power of a Simple Gift’ is the heading on the leaflet sent out by this charity and how true it is.
74.Easy Does It – Village footbridge is launched ...
At last Hemyock has a footbridge over the river Culm.
75.Rev David Sherwood's Farewell
Sunday 16th January will be the last service to be taken at St. Mary's Parish Church by Rev. David Sherwood before he and his family leave Hemyock for Ashburton. The service will begin at 11a.m. and be followed by a hot 2 course lunch (with vegetarian option) at the Parish ...
76.Flooding at St Mary's
Due to the parish church being flooded on Wednesday the 11.15a.m. service on Sunday 25th November will be held in the Church Room. Thanks are extended to all those who helped clear the debris blockage and erect the porch barrier in the morning and to the small army of volunteers ...
77.Hemyock.org
Another year has raced past on the hemyock.org website. I thought I would report progress, especially as I am enormously proud of having kept a log of the number of users all year. Last year’s report is on this link
78.Samariton's Purse Shoebox Appeal
'The Power of a Simple Gift' is the heading on the leaflet sent out by this charity and how true it is. During the years I have been organising the collection for Samaritan's Purse thousands of shoeboxes have been sent from this area to children caught in the midst of ...
79.Coffee Morning
I'm a 17 year old who will be holding a coffee morning at 4 South View on Saturday (27/02) from 10 -12 noon to raise funds to cover my expenses to gain my Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and attend Hemyock/Danish Scout camp.. There will be a bring & buy ...
80.April 23rd news
April 23rd
81.Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal
The Shoebox appeal organised by the charity Samaritans Purse which delivers Christmas gifts to disadvantaged children throughout the world is now in full swing and a number of boxes have already been delivered to the home of local organiser Janice Bawler of Hemyock along with a number of hand knitted ...
82.Activities at Healthy Living Centre affected by flooding
Due to the flooding, many people are unable to get to The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre. As a result, some activities will be cancelled. Please contact your respective group organiser for more information. Cameo Club will be closed Monday 30 April, to avoid putting our volunteer drivers and members at ...
83.Neighbourhood Watch
Devon and Cornwall Police are trying to revive the lapsed neighbourhood watch scheme. They are looking for a volunteer to help out at Cullompton Police Station, preferably from Cullompton. They would have to have computer skills, a personable telephone manner and be able to liaise with the police. No hours ...
84.Quiz Night Tickets Now On Sale at the ...
Tickets for Hemyock Cricket Club's Quiz Night on Saturday 27th September are now available from Hemyock Post Office. The Quiz starts at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Tickets are priced at £30 for teams of four, five or six members, which includes food. There is a licensed bar and ...
85.Blackdown Community Choir
The Blackdown Community Choir will be giving a free concert at Wellington Arts Centre on Sat 6th December at 7.30. Everyone welcome. All donations to this year's chosen charity - Devon Air Ambulance. The bar will be open!
86.Training in Computers at the Blackdown Healthy Living ...
We are running some courses for complete beginners to learn how to use computers. We will be having an open afternoon on Thursday the 17th June between 2:30 and 4pm at Lower Millhayes. You are invited to come and have a look round our new training facilities, and discuss with ...
87.Erika Jordan's Story
When keen reader Erika Jordan heard of a competition being run by the Fostering Network/Roald Dahl Story Writing Competition she couldn't wait to begin her entry. This week she heard that whilst she is not one of the main prize winner's her story had been selected for the reserve list ...
88.Violet Chapman Trust
This registered charity was set up by a local parishioner in 1986 for the benefit of elderly and sick residents in Hemyock and districts. It can make grants for medical treatment and care and assist in relatives, friends visiting and caring for people at home or in hospital. Grants for ...
89.Blackdown Community Choir
The Blackdown Community Choir is now recruiting for September. Men particularly welcome! We sing a variety of light material such as folk, gospel, African songs and Taize.
90.Can the Violet Chapman Trust Help You?
This registered charity was set up by a local parishioner in 1986 for the benefit of elderly and sick residents in Hemyock and district. It can make grants for medical treatment and care, and assist relatives/friends visiting and caring for people at home or in hospital. Grants for research, surgeries, ...