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61.£1m fund for rural micro-businesses in Devon and ...
Entrepreneurs from Devon and Somerset are being given new opportunities to boost profits and create jobs with game-changing grants of over £10,000 each, the Heart of the South West (HotSW) Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) announced today.
62.St Mary's Church
A glorious afternoon spent at Hemyock Parish church for a service of thanksgiving when a new oak/glazed porch door,wooden churchyard seats and trumpet organ stop were dedicated by the Bishop of Crediton. Cream teas were served after the service. Many past church members and church friends had travelled from as ...
63.Mary Waldron Trust
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: Hemyock Primary ...
64.Trip to The Eden Project- 26th May
Eden Project Trip †26th of May†
65.Mind the Gap Conference
‘Mind the Gap’ was a mini conference held in Hemyock recently to consider the provision of increased elderly care services in Hemyock and in particular housing. Hosted by the Parish Council and including representatives from the Abbeyfield Society, WCHA the local housing association and Mid Devon District Council the group ...
66.Another Great UCTA Event
The Upper Culm Twinning Association (UCTA) enjoyed a great fund raising Burns Night Supper at Hemyock recently. The Haggis was ‘piped in’ and the ceremonial provided by members of the traditionally dressed Caledonian Demonstration Dance Team. The event was sold out with a 5 course dinner being served by members ...
67.Parish Council Minutes - Feb & Mar 2007
7th Feb & 7th March 2007 Matters Arising - State of road at South View, no further progress. Clerk & Mr Rosamond to chase the matter up.
68.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.
69.Upper Culm CLT Ltd: Applications for Directors Invited
Applications are invited for the post of Director of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. The directors on the Trustís board are appointed by members at the annual general meeting. All candidates for a board position must find existing members of the Trust to act as a proposer and ...
70.Holiday Club 2009 - Jungle Jamboree
Hemyock's 40th Holiday Club has a Jungle Theme and will be held at Hemyock Primary School on the 10th - 14th August
71.NGS Open Gardens Regency House Sunday - June ...
5-acre plantsman's garden approached across private ford. Many interesting and unusual trees and shrubs. Visitors can try their hand at identifying plants with the plant list. Homemade teas or plenty of space to eat your own picnic. Walled vegetable and fruit garden, lake, ponds, bog plantings and sweeping lawns. Horses, ...
72.Embrace Group - Children's Home
Please click here to see letter from Embrace Group informing of its intention to open a specialist children's home in the New Year in the village. They will be holding an open meeting on 18th September at 10am in the Parish Hall.
73.Culm Valley YFC Easter Bingo!
Culm Valley YFC are holding their annual Easter Bingo on Thursday 13th April at Hemyock Village Hall! All are welcome and there will be lots of prizes to be won! For more information contact Michelle Batting on 07738114113.
74.Blackdown Community Choir
The Blackdown Community Choir present their FREE Easter Concert on Sat. 20th. March at 7.30 at Clayhidon Village Hall. Refreshments will be available.
75.Around Hemyock
'The life and soul of the party 'is an expression that could easily be applied to Phyl Kallaway who celebrated her 90th birthday at Chapel Cafe on 11th November. Family and friends ensured a steady stream of visitors throughout the morning as Phyl spent her time meeting and greeting and ...
76.Cream tea
Friends of St Mary's are holding a cream tea tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon at Golden Orchard, Castle Hill
77.Around Hemyock - February & March 2010
Just before Christmas those who went to a concert given by Hemyock Singers may remember them singing 'Winter Wonderland'. Included in the song are the words 'Over the ground lies a mantle of snow.... In the lane snow is glistening ..... A beautiful sight ..... Walking' in a winter wonderland'. ...
78.Longmead Management Meeting
Click here for agenda for meeting tonight at 7pm Click here for last minutes †
79.Flooding
By early evening tonight (Thurs) the parish church had again been partially flooded as water seeped in past the barriers erected yesterday. Extra barriers have now been put in place and a few folk have worked hard baling out the water in the porch - thanks to them
80.From Revd Chris Hudson - August 08
One man's rubbish. I spend a lot of mental energy and self-discipline trying to stop myself becoming a grumpy old man. In particular I have given up complaining about issues like 'You can't get anyone to mend anything these days' (which isn't really that true anyway) or about the plethora ...
81.History Talk by Dr David Pugsley
The talk this evening in the Church Rooms will be given by Dr David Pugsley who has researched a legal case in 1835 that caused the Home Secretary of the day to refer to it in the House of Commons.
82.Hemyock Youth Football Club
Hemyock Youth Football Club held its most successful AGM at the Catherine Wheel on May 11th. Mark Jordan will continue as chairman, Liz Doble as treasurer and Claire Leach as secretary. A committee of nine members was also elected so we hope the club will continue to thrive and grow.
83.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 ...
84.Parish Council Casual Vacancy - Notice of Poll
Hemyock Parish Council Casual Vacancy Click here for Notice of Poll
85.Blackdown Woodland Fair
This event will be held at Park Farm Wellington (just below the Monument) on the 3rd of July. A family day with the emphasis being every thing "woody", there will be chances to "have a go" at things like hurdle & basket making, green wood working, carving, bodging, tree surgery, ...
86.Brownies raise money for Children with Leukaemia
1st Hemyock Brownies are seen here celebrating with their certificates and rewards for raising £617.75 for Children with Leukaemia, through the Children’s Marathon Challenge and the Cheeky Monkey’s Marathon Challenge.
87.Recorded Crime Falls
Recorded crime in Hemyock has fallen by 31 per cent in the past year, councillors heard at the annual meeting of Hemyock Parish Council. Reporting to the meeting, PC Purkiss congratulated the council on being the most community-focused in the Cullompton district.
88.The Organ Builder Entertains
On Sunday 3rd July †the Friends of St Mary's will welcome Michael Farley to the Parish church for an afternoons entertainment when he will play and explain some of the workings of the church organ. There is no admission charge but a retiring collection.† Tea and cake will be available† ...
89.Around Hemyock - February 09
With all the decorations safely packed away for another year, Christmas and all it's celebrations now seem far away but what enjoyment we were able to get from them - Christmas Fairs, parties, discos, sporting activities and a variety of services at St Mary's and the Baptist Chapel. It was ...
90.TOY SERVICE
This coming Sunday July 5th - 10.30a.m. bring your favourite toy to St Mary's church for a short service to include songs, craft, refreshments and to help look for the missing sheep - whatever your age do join us ......... and don't forget your toy!