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91.The Garages
Youth nights at The Garages continue to be well supported with Tuesday evenings being very popular.  We have room for many more youngsters so if you know any send them along.  Tuesday evenings are for years 7 and 8 and run from 6.30 til 8pm and Friday evenings are for ...
92.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 ...
93.Blaze Fails To Halt Business At Timber Company
Firefighters spent most of Tuesday at a timber company in Hemyock following a fire in the early morning.
94.Pumpkins Playpark Completed!
A campaign to provide Hemyock with a children's play area that started 15 years ago has finally come to fruition. Jayne McLintock, who founded the Pumpkins Playpark committee in 1992, officially presented the new timber playground to the Village on Saturday, July 7. The wooden park, built by Brookridge Timber, ...
95.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:
96.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 ...
97.Football Club - News & Update
Hemyock Football Club enjoyed another successful season winning the Intermediate 2 title in their first season in the Devon and Exeter Football League. The club enjoys fantastic facilities down at the Longmead playing field that are the envy of every team that comes to play in Hemyock.
98.Around Hemyock.... June 2009
Rev David Aylmer Evans retired to Hemyock following his final living as Vicar of a group of churches on the Somerset levels. His curacies had been in Wales and Maccelesfield, followed by a living in Chester before moving into school work and later becoming a counsellor at South Molton School ...
99.Blackdown Hills Transition Group Hustings
The Blackdown Hills Transition Group invites you to 2015 General Election Hustings Live Debate Question your Parliamentary Candidates for Tiverton & Honiton
100.Longmead Management Group AGM
LONGMEAD MANAGEMENT GROUP Annual General Meeting Longmead Pavilion Monday 27th June at 19.00hrs.   AGENDA  1          Apologies for Absence 2          Minutes of the last AGM 3          Matters Arising 4          Chairman’s Report 5          Financial Report 6          Club Reports - Youth and Senior Football and Tennis 7          Any Other Business  
101.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.
102.Sausage and Mash lunch
The incredibly popular and delicious Sausage and Mash lunch is back!  Hemyock WI will be cooking on Saturday March 14th from 12 til 1.30.  The cost is £6.00 a head to include a main course, amazing home made desserts and tea or coffee.  Wine will be available.  To book your ...
103.DVD Hemyock Then and Now
Everyone is welcome to come along to the Healthy Living Centre on Wednesday afternoon for the Preview Showing of the new DVD Hemyock Then and Now. Preview Screenings will be at 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Complimentary refreshments will be provided.
104.Open Evening Thursday 28th May 2015
Hemyock Tennis Club Open Evening Thursday 28th May 2015, 6.30pm at the courts
105.Barn Dance
Barn Dance 7th February
106.Wellington Wheelers
Starting on Sunday 12th October Wellington Wheelers will start a newly introduced ‘beginners group’ that is aimed at women and those looking to improve their fitness and mileage in a relaxed and friendly group. The C group will continue every Sunday up until December. Group rides begin at 9am , ...
107.Blackdown Community Choir
The Blackdown Community Choir is now recruiting for the summer term, to start after Easter. All voices welcome, especially men! Ability to read music is not required, but you must be able to hold a harmony part. Singers need to commit to Wednesday night practice. For more information ring Gabrielle ...
108.Christmas Fayre
This year's Christmas Fayre will take place on Saturday 6th December, from 2:30pm to 4:30pm in the Parish Hall.
109.Notes of a Meeting with Hastoe and the ...
Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd Notes of a Meeting Held on 5th November 2012 between Upper Culm CLT, Hastoe Housing Association and the Homes & Communities Agency This was a meeting called by Wessex Community Assets, not a formal UCCLT Board Meeting. The following are summary notes:
110.Around Hemyock
Christmas will be only a few weeks away by the time you read this. For most it will be a time a great joy and family celebrations but a number of people will be alone and for some people within our community it will be their first without a loved ...
111.Parish Hall Kitchen
HEMYOCK PARISH HALL KITCHEN REFURBISHMENT Hemyock Parish Hall Committee is pleased to invite you to the opening of our refurbished kitchen and AGM on 17th June 2013 at 7pm in the Forbes Lounge Years of fundraising and planning have finally come to fruition, a culmination of hard work at The ...
112.Around Hemyock
'A tangerine and russet cascade of kaleidoscopic leaves creates a tapestry of autumn magic upon the emerald carpet of fading summer' writes J. Lindberg. One of the great joys of living in the countryside is that this is something we may see every day as we move through the coming ...
113.Longmead Management Meeting
 Longmead Management Group have a committee meeting on Monday 25th January at 7pm.  Click here for agenda and click here for last minutes.    
114.Hemyock Singers
Rehearsals for Hemyock Singers December concert start on Monday 14th September, 7.30pm at the Baptist Chapel.  All welcome - no auditions.  Why not simply turn up and see if it is  your type of thing.  Watch out for details of coffee morning when tickets for concert and meal will be on ...
115.Parish Council Responds to the Culm Development Plan
It is widely recognized that Hemyock has had significant housing development over recent years. Members of Hemyock Parish Council held an additional meeting in order to discuss the Culm Development Plan (see here). This was because of their real interest and deep concern about areas of the village which were ...
116.Longmead Management Meeting
 Please find attached agenda for Longmead Management Group Meeting on 28th April.  Click here
117.The Church Clock - Task Completed!
Many thanks to all people of the Parish who have contributed to the fund dedicated for the renovation of our Parish Clock in the Church Tower.
118.From Revd David Sherwood - June 08
The past month has been an horrendous time for those living in the Far East following the cyclone in Myanmar (Burma) and the horrific earthquake in China. The scenes we have been shown on television or in the newspapers cannot begin to describe the anguish felt by the survivors. We ...
119.Open Garden at Regency House
Regency House is the original Hemyock Rectory, built in 1855 with a yard and barn much older than that.
120.Lost dog
This dog went missing on 17 March while on a walk with his owners in the woods in Clayhidon between Cordwents and Shepherds Halt, Clayhidon.     His name is Bodie, he's extremely friendly and may have attached himself to another party of walkers.    If you have any information please ...