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181.SPAR Shop Owner Finally Hangs Up The Keys
The owner of a Hemyock community shop is to step down after 21 years. Christine Stepney ran the village's SPAR store but is now selling up and handing over the reins to new owners.
182.Toilet
St Mary's need to raise around £40,000 to to install a toilet and carry out various other work at the parish church. You may have noticed that there are 3 flowering loo pans outside of the church and these have now been photographed and the picture turned into a postcard. ...
183.Charter Signing Success!
“The marriage is concluded, let the Honeymoon begin” said Chairman Brian Clist on the occasion of the Charter signing between the Upper Culm Twining Association and its French partners from St Herblon and Les Villages des Grees, an area bordering the Loire River in the west of the country.
184.Good Turn Out For Monument Run
The Blackdown Hills were alive to the sound of pounding feet on Sunday as 193 runners tackled the 24th Wellington Monument Bert King Memorial Road Race. In mild weather conditions the Taunton-based club Running Forever took the John Cooksley team shield. Taunton AC, who had held the shield since 2003, ...
185.SUMMER FETE
This Saturday (11) the annual church fete and Scout open afternoon will be held at the Recreation Field ( next to Parish Hall) from 2-5pm The event will be opened by DR. DONALD McLINTOCK Stalls, teas, bouncy castle,bar, face painting, BBQ and lots of Scouting activities on offer - something ...
186.Fred and Jonah
Fred Bear was delighted to attend the monthly Family Service at St Mary's Church with his friend Rev John Stone. Fred took great delight in meeting his many relatives and other cuddly friends who had brought along their humans to enjoy the day. One of Fred's oldest and smallest relatives ...
187.Bishop Bob in St Mary's, Hemyock
As part of the Exeter Diocese 1100 anniversary celebrations, the Cullompton Deanery has held a service of Confirmation which was attended by a large congregation. Held at the parish church of St Mary's, Hemyock on Sunday evening (24th May) the service saw 10 candidates being confirmed by the Rt Revd ...
188.Longmead Sports & Fun Day
Sunday 22nd August from 2.30pm An afternoon of fun activities for all ages, including: basketball, boules, football, tennis, walk& talk, yoga.  
189.Remembrance Sunday Lunch
Remembrance Sunday Lunch 3 course lunch and coffee in aid of the Royal British Legion 2012 Poppy Appeal Tickets £10 - available from The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre, telephone (01823) 680687 Sunday November 11th, following the memorial at St Mary's Church (around 12 noon) Play area for toddlers and big ...
190.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.
191.Twinning AGM & BBQ
 Twinning BBQ & AGM
192.Projects Under Way in Hemyock for 2010
Work is under way on two major projects which will open in early 2010 in Hemyock. Buildings which were once part of the St Ivel milk factory in the village are being re-developed and returned to useful service. The former social club is being transformed into the Blackdown Healthy Living ...
193.Erection of a 50kw wind turbine at Highlands ...
You may be aware of the planning application currently being considered for a large wind turbine to be erected just outside Hemyock. The proposed turbine is very tall at over 34 metres - this is two thirds the height of Wellington Monument, or about the height of an 11 storey ...
194.AGM 16th October 2015
Summary of Annual General Meeting held on 16th October 2015
195.Hemyock Church Rooms
Don't Forget - St Mary's Church rooms can be hired for parties or regular bookings.
196.Hemyock History
The first meeting of the new year for the History Group is a talk by Tom Harris on 3000 years of the History of Bells plus related culture and art.  The meeting is in the Church Rooms at 7.30pm.  Come along for an interesting and informative evening. 
197.The Trinity Singers Entertain
A musical evening of fun and variety...............
198.Activities at Healthy Living Centre affected by flooding
Due to the flooding, many people are unable to get to The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre. As a result, some activities will be cancelled. Please contact your respective group organiser for more information. Cameo Club will be closed Monday 30 April, to avoid putting our volunteer drivers and members at ...
199.St Mary's Summer Fete
THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 13TH JULY - STALLS, TEAS, COMPETITIONS, FUN AND GAMES - SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT THE RECREATION FIELD IN THE CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE. PLEASE COME ALONG , MEET YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS, JOIN IN THE FUN AND SUPPORT YOUR PARISH CHURCH
200.Temporary Traffic Order
Click here for details of road closure 14-18th December - Penn Cross - Combe Hill
201.Choral Concert by Hemyock Singers
All Saint’s Church, Culmstock was the venue for a choral concert given by Hemyock Singers with proceeds going to two charities supported by the Blackdown Mothers’ Union who provided excellent refreshments at the end of the evening All of the music and some of the words had been composed by ...
202.Around Hemyock
We are all sadden with the loss of a loved one but the shock and sorrow felt by many on hearing of Lorna Pinder's sudden death has been great.17 year old Lorna was a pupil at Richard Huish College and a vibrant young lady who will be missed by many. ...
203.Unveiling of the Pump
Don't forget the unveiling of the Pump - This Saturday 24th October at 2.30pm
204.Longmead Management Group AGM & Committee Meeting
Longmead Management Group is holding its AGM on Monday 29th June at 7pm click here for agenda Following the AGM there will be a Committee meeting - click here for agenda  
205.Carols in the Barn
An open barn at Culm Pyne Barton, Hemyock, home of the Stallard family, was the venue for Carols in the Barn. Trimmed with coloured lights and a Christmas tree, with hay bales as seats the evening attracted over 100 people from babes in arms to those over 80; and in ...
206.Agenda for meeting on 26th January
Click here for agenda for Longmead Management Group committee meeting on 26th January at 7pm 
207.Neroche Conservation Volunteers
Can you help to improve and care for wildlife habitats across the Blackdown Hills? The Neroche Conservation Volunteers are a new group who meet on the second Wednesday of each month and are really keen to welcome new members.
208.Training in Computers at the Blackdown Healthy Living ...
We are running some courses for complete beginners to learn how to use computers. We will be having an open afternoon on Thursday the 17th June between 2:30 and 4pm at Lower Millhayes. You are invited to come and have a look round our new training facilities, and discuss with ...
209.Churchills Farm Planning Application - The Parish Council ...
Having received the formal Planning Application for the proposed development of the Churchills Farm site, the Parish Council arranged and held an open meeting to discuss it.
210.New Members Welcome for Community Land Trust
Applications are currently being invited for membership of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. Membership confers voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and other general meetings of the Trust. The Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd is an open membership, not-for-profit organisation – anyone who lives in the ...