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181.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 ...
182.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 ...
183.West Gallery Quire Visit Area
The West Gallery Quire is a Crediton based group who will be visiting the area on SATURDAY 22ND JUNE performing at St Mary's Church from 10.15 - 11.45am; St Andrews Clayhidon 13.45 - 15.00 and then from 15.15 - 16.30 at Churchstanton church. The group sing and play the music ...
184.Carols/Sam's Legacy
Advance notice for Saturday 20th December - come and sing carols in the Square (by Pump) at 6pm .A collection will be taken for Sam's Legacy in memory of Sam Allen
185.Blackdown Hills AONB Meeting
There is a meeting of the Blackdown Hills AONB management group at the Half Moon Inn at Clayhidon on Thursday 11 December at 10am. Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe.
186.Cheyenne's Coffee Morning
Saturday 11th May Cheyenne's Coffee Morning with bring and buy stall at 4 South View - 10am - 12noon. Look forward to seeing you
187.Jubilee Plantation Opening
Longmead, this Sunday 2nd June at 2pm official opening of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Plantation by Neil Parish, MP Why not be a part of the national Big Lunch and bring along a picnic to enjoy
188.Remembrance Day
The annual service of Remembrance will be held at the Parish Church on Sunday at 10.15a.m. Prior to this a parade, to which all are welocome to be part of, will leave the Parish Hall at 10a.m. On Tuesday 11th a short Act of Commemoration will take place at the ...
189.Parish Pump Thank You Tea!
The Parish Pump postponed Thank You Tea will now be held on Saturday 17th April in the Church Rooms at 3pm.
190.WW1 Book Launch and Memorabilia Exibition
For the last 6 months a number of people from the valley have been researching the family and service life of those people at the start of the last century who served in the Great War. A book 'The Upper Culm Valley before, during and after The Great War' has ...
191.Christmas Shoeboxes
There is just over a month before Christmas Shoeboxes need to be handed in at 4 South View. All boxes from those for the youngest to the eldest folk are gratefully accepted and will be distributed to the very poorest families in Eastern Europe by Christian Response to Eastern Europe ...
192.Space Science Made Easier By Hemyock Man
Now Simon Ould can bring the solar system down to earth, his space odyssey service is really taking off. The ex-physics teacher, who lives in Hemyock, has launched a mobile planetarium project which is completely out of this world.
193.Around Hemyock
1943 was a very special year for Ken and Audrey Salter as it was the year of their wedding. Now 65 years on we send them warmest congratulations and wish them many more happy years.
194.CHRISTMAS FAIR
Saturday 7th December will once again see the Christmas Fair being held at the Parish Hall. Organised by St Mary's Church with Culm Davy Chapel the afternoon, running from 2 - 4pm ,will see a host of traditional stalls including cakes and savouries, preserves, childrens craft and toys, new items, ...
195.Quiz Night
Hemyock Cricket Club are holding their highly successful general knowledge Quiz Night again on Friday 4th April at 7.30 pm in the Parish Hall. Popular quizmasters Vanessa and Tony return for a seventh year. There is a £100 prize for the winning team. Tickets cost £30 for teams of between ...
196.Easter Day
Are you an early riser who is looking forward to celebrating Easter? If so the 7am joint Sunrise service is for you. An informal service at Gray's Lane followed by breakfast begins Easter Sunday. At 11.15am a service of Holy Communion will take place at St Mary's Church Please see ...
197.Phil Offers To Clean Hemyock Homes!
Phil Maclean is living up to his name by spring cleaning his home village of Hemyock on Sunday week. Phil, 31, and a team of friends are offering to spruce up people's homes to raise money for charity in memory of his late wife, Lynsey.
198.Gloucester Old Spot Salami!
Connoisseurs have been praising the quality of Gloucester Old Spot pig for decades. But now they have another way to enjoy it. Hemyock Farming couple Clive Counsell and Donna Lucking have developed Gloucester Old Spot salami – and it's proved an instant hit with their customers at farmers' markets.
199.Parkinsons Day - Coffee Morning
Please support our coffee morning at 45 castle park on Saturday June 19th from 10:00am - 12:30am. Also an evening with Autumn (Jean+Ken), tickets £6 each from 7:00pm - 10:00pm please book tickets asap 01823 681298
200.Hemyock Singers
Monday night is rehearsal night for Hemyock Singers - why not come along and join (no auditions) and see what fantastic, fun music is being prepared for the Christmas concert on Friday 7th December, Venue - Baptist Chapel : time - 7.30pm. A coffee morning to purchase tickets for the ...
201.Joan Lawrence
It was with sadness that past and present members of Hemyock Singers heard of the death of Joan Lawrence, Vice President of the group. Joan had been involved with Hemyock Singers for many years mainly as its rehearsal pianist but also singing in a number of choral concerts. In past ...
202.Fostering Fortnight
Devon desperately needs more foster carers - could it be you? Check out the national Fostering Network or DCC website for further details.
203.Palm Sunday
Members of St Mary's will be marking Palm Sunday by walking from the Parish Hall to the church this coming Sunday at 11am During the service there will be a dramatised reading. All are welcome
204.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.  
205.St Mary's
Worshippers from St Mary's will be joining other from Clayhidon, Culm Davy and Culmstock for a joint service of Holy Communion at All Saints parish church, Culmstock on Sunday 30th June. The service, to which all are welcome, will begin at 10.30a.m. This will be the only service in the ...
206.Are you interested in a trip to Cardiff?
There is a planned shopping trip to Cardiff on the 1 December leaving Hemyock at 8.45am and departing Cardiff 4.00pm.
207.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
208.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.
209.Hampton Court Success For Hemyock Nursery
A Hemyock Nursery has won an award at this year's Hampton Court Flower Show. The largest annual flower show in the world showcased its best crop of gardens in 18 years, with 10 RHS gold medals announced earlier this week.
210.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