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151.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 ...
152.Recycle Devon
Annual awards are a chance to nominate Devon's recycling heroes Communities across Devon are being called on to nominate their unsung recycling heroes, whose efforts have helped the county become one of the greenest in the UK. The fourth Recycle Devon Thank You Awards are being held in February and ...
153.Autumn Newsletter
The weather has not been encouraging for tennis players this year but we have survived, and the patient ones have managed to find an occasional dry sunny day. Let’s hope we have more of those during the autumn as the “Men’s Sunday morning League” is starting up soon, we are ...
please click here for 2015 mobile library timetable
155.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)
156.Hemyock Tennis Club: Open Day 3rd June 2017
Hemyock Tennis Club Invites you to an Open Day On Saturday 3rd June From 11am - 2pm Come along and see what a great little club we are: Play friendly tennis whatever your ability Take advantage of ½ price membership for new members Racquets available to borrow Try out our ...
157.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, ...
158.Annual Parish Meeting
Annual Parish Meeting 26th March 2015 7pm Parish Hall - Click here for details
159.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 ...
160.Tennis Club has Social Media!
If a fit of marketing zeal, the Tennis Club now has a Facebook page, with some amazing aerial shots of the courts and up-to-the minute stuff about our events. 
161.Parish Pump
Another year has gone by so once again you should find an envelope for your donation towards the printing costs in with the latest edition of the Parish Pump.
162.Thought from Rev David Sherwood
Over the past few months the three Parochial Church Councils have been looking at the pattern of services in the Benefice.
163.Street Lighting in Hemyock
The subject of the street lighting in Hemyock came up at the Parish Council Meeting on 4th July. Andy Ware from Devon County Council gave the Parish Council a briefing on their plans to alter the lighting to reduce DCC’s carbon footprint as they have calculated that street lighting is ...
164.Longmead Management Group
  Click here for agenda for Longmead Management Group AGM 23rd June 2014
165.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
166.Summer Fayre Success!
A cloud of orange smoke announcing the arrival of the Red Devils brought Hemyock St Mary's parish church summer fayre to a stand still as the hundreds of visitors rushed to the arena to watch the seven members of The Parachute Regiment perform an ariel display before landing. An inscribed ...
167.Open Meeting - Erection of a 50kw wind ...
Erection of 1 50kw wind turbine - Land at NGR 312536 111830 (Highlands Farm) Hemyock, Devon – Planning Reference: 12/00456/F​​​ULL Due to the concerns expressed to the Parish Council, an Open Meeting will take place on Thursday 17th May at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall to discuss the above planning ...
168.Agenda for meeting on 8th September
 LONGMEAD MANAGEMENT GROUP   Committee Meeting on Monday, 8 September, 2014 at 1900 hours Longmead Pavilion   AGENDA   1 Apologies for absence   2 Minutes of the last meeting and Matters Arising   3 Finance   4 Heating   5 Longmead Environmental Area   6 Any Other Business   ...
169.Puddings Evening
If such delights as fruit tarts and crumbles, tiramasu and trifle, fruit fools and similar desserts are foods you enjoy then the Church Room on Friday 24th February is the place to be.  Starting at 7pm and for a small fee of £5 you are invited to try as many of ...
170.From Ray Radford, Your County Councillor
Have you had a good summer? perhaps I should have ask if you have been able to keep reasonably dry, what a summer! The month of August at Devon County has been reasonably quiet, as it takes a while to pick up, getting geared up for the budget process for ...
171.St Mary's Church
This Sunday, 10th May the church will celebrate Rogation. Starting at the earlier time of 10.30am the service will include hymns, readings and prayers as the congregation walk around the perimiter of the building and along St Catherine's stream. A special informal afternoon service will take place on Sunday 17th ...
172.Walks on the Wild-Side
Do you enjoy a stroll in the countryside? Hemyock Parish Council regularly arranges for local footpaths to be surveyed to ensure that they are kept in good order and that there are no unauthorised diversions or blockages. A few more volunteers are needed to walk and survey the footpaths.
173.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 ...
174.Dumping Illegal Waste Or Fly Tipping In The ...
There have been a number of reported fly tipping incidents in the Hemyock area over the past quarter and include the dumping of a freezer, 25 sheets of asbestos, leylandi tree branches and 5 cwt of cat litter!
175.Archaeology Talk from Stephen Reed
At our recent Thursday meeting, Mr Stephen Reed, an archaeologist from Devon County Council, presented a very informative and interesting talk on archaeological activity around Devon including the find of post-mediaeval pottery at the Churchill building site.
176.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.
177.Jesus was a businessman says Bishop
“People don’t realise that Jesus spent a number of years in business before making himself publicly known in ministry” said Bishop Bob Evens when he spoke at a Hemyock Men breakfast recently.   “As a carpenter, Jesus understood what it was to have bad suppliers, late payers and miserable customers” he ...
178.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 ...
179.Lent Lunches
Frugal lunches of home made soups, bread & cheese will take place on Wednesdays during Lent in the Church Rooms. Starting Ash Wednesday 6th February, from 12 noon. All are welcome.
180.Post Office Retained
It appears that the Post Office in Hemyock has been saved from closure during the recent nationwide review.