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121.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 ...
122.Rev Malcolm Beal - 50 Years As A ...
Congratulations and warm applause have been given to the Rev Malcolm Beal by members of St Mary’s Church and Culm Davy Chapel, Hemyock as he celebrated 50 years as a Minister in the Church of England.
123.Open Garden at Regency House
Regency House is the original Hemyock Rectory, built in 1855 with a yard and barn much older than that.
124.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 ...
125.Concerns Over Further Housing Development At Hemyock
Hemyock has seen considerable housing development over recent years – Longmead, Otters Rest, Millhayes farm - and whilst planners have promised that there will be further significant building projects in the years to come, one imminent development is causing concern to residents of the village and their Parish Councillors.
126.Longmead Management Meeting
 Please find attached agenda for Longmead Management Group Meeting on 28th April.  Click here
127.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
128.Parish Hall - Short Mat Bowls Club
Now that the Pre-school has moved to its own new premises, there is room for new bookings during the day-time at the Parish Hall.
129.Fantastic Fund-Raising For Air Ambulance
A charitable chap from Hemyock has given £2,500 to Devon Air Ambulance. Lionel Bugg, of Hollingarth Way, Hemyock, has been fund-raising and banking donation boxes for the air ambulance for more than 10 years and his 2006 efforts raised £2520.49
130.Celebratory Bells
The Hemyock ringers are having an anniversary year! With two members celebrating Golden Weddings earlier in the year, they now have a Silver Wedding Anniversary to ring for.
131.Palm Sunday
Donkeys will lead the procession through the village this coming Sunday leaving the Parish Hall at 10.30am to walk to the Parish Church for the Palm Sunday service . All are invited to join. The service will include a dramatised reading. .
132.Christine Celebrates 21 Years of Hemyock Spar
21 years of business has flown by for the owner of Spar in Hemyock. Christine Stepney celebrated the shop's coming of age with a food and drink tasting and a giveaway of 21 carrier bags containing ingredients for an English breakfast.
133.Superfast broadband for Hemyock?
A campaign is about to start, on the 6th February to canvass opinion on superfast broadband for this area. In order to be eligible we need to demonstrate lots of support. Please read the attached letter (pages one and two) from Devon CC and Somerset CC and respond. There is ...
134.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 ...
135.Hemyock Cricket Club Close in on Promotion
With three matches remaining it loks almost certain that Hemyock's cricketers will win promotion from Division 5 of the West Somerset Cricket League. This is the club's third season in the WSCL and, after missing promotion by just two points last year, the team are determined to succeed this time ...
136.CULM VALLEY YFC EASTER BINGO!
Culm Valley YFC Easter Bingo! To be held at Hemyock Village Hall. Thursday 2nd April Doors open 7pm, Eyes down 7.30pm Raffle & Refreshments LOTS OF PRIZES TO BE WON! Entry - Only £1 Everyones welcome, more the merrier! In aid of Exeter Leukaemia Fund For more information contact Maggie Palmer on 07531 341531.
137.Hemyock Scout group and Brownies
For many years Hemyock youth uniformed groups have travelled to Tiverton for the District St George's Day Parade and Service but this years they have decided to hold this very special service at St Mary's. The parade of Scouts, Cubs and Brownies will be leaving the Parish Hall at 11am ...
138.Christmas at the Parish Church
Whatever your age there will be a service at St Mary's suitable for you during this festive season and all are welcome. Christmas Eve at 5pm sees the village Crib Service . This is a short joyful service especially suitable for families. At 11.15pm there will be the traditional Midnight ...
139.PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION 7TH MAY 2015
PARISH COUNCIL ELECTIONS - THURSDAY 7TH MAY 2015 Click here to see the Statement of Persons Nominated for election as a parish councillor for Hemyock. Please make sure you come out and vote.
140.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
141.Farewell to Pastor Steve
Nearly 200 people filled Hemyock Village Hall for a Sunday service to say farewell to Blackdown Hills church minister Steven Reed and his wife Hazel. It was 10 years to the day since Steven began the work of leading Hemyock Baptist Church, during which time many positive things had happened ...
142.Hemyock Parish Council Christmas Decoration Competition
The results! After careful consideration Dr Jonathan Meads has chosen his winners and they are:-
143.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).
144.Church Christmas Bazaar
Once again St Mary's Church, Hemyock along with Culm Davy chapel have held a highly successful Christmas Fair raising over £1,100 for the church and a further £600 plus for the chapel.
145.Easy Does It – Village footbridge is launched ...
At last Hemyock has a footbridge over the river Culm.
146.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 ...
147.Thank You - 40 Commando Royal Marines Christmas ...
I write to thank everyone who so generously donated money and gifts to be sent to the marines of 40 Commando serving in Afganistan. The Royal Marines Association Gibraltar Club of Mid Devon has been the central collection and distribution centre for this operation and we would like you to ...
148.Culm Valley YFC News Update Feb 2015
What a busy couple of months it has been for Culm Valley YFC! The new year began with the East Devon Pantomime competition held at Exmouth where we came 3rd place! A massive thank you goes to Mark Davis and Judith Trevelyan for their work directing it and to Alan ...
149.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 ...
150.Devon County - Tough Choices
Devon County Council's 'Tough Choices - help shape your local services' have several public consultations on-going. Click here to link through to the Tough Choices website where you can find links to the Highway Services consultation (ends 5th December) and Budget Spending Priorities 2015/2016 consultation (ends 30th January 2015)