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211.Agenda for meeting on 26th January
Click here for agenda for Longmead Management Group committee meeting on 26th January at 7pm†
212.Mollie & Robin Stallard at the Royal Albert ...
Mollie and Robin Stallard recently performed in the 2009 Schools Prom in front of an audience of 5,000 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Mollie, aged 12, plays bassoon and Robin, aged 12, plays double bass. They played the Allegro from Mozart's Sonata in B flat major, and were ...
213.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 ...
214.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.
215.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 ...
216.Christmas Shoeboxes
There is just over a month before Christmas Shoeboxes need to be handed in at 4 South View. All boxes from those for the youngest to the eldest folk are gratefully accepted and will be distributed to the very poorest families in Eastern Europe by Christian Response to Eastern Europe ...
217.Christmas Shoeboxes
Just a reminder that if you are filling a shoebox full of goodies to be taken to Moldova by Christian Response to Easterm Europe for Christmas it needs to be at 4 South View by Nov 9th. Please leave n back porch if no one at home. Many thanks.
218.Embrace Group - Children's Home
click here for letter from Embrace A new meeting has been arranged for 23rd September at 6pm.
219.Quiz Night Tickets Now On Sale at the ...
Tickets for Hemyock Cricket Club's Quiz Night on Saturday 27th September are now available from Hemyock Post Office. The Quiz starts at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Tickets are priced at £30 for teams of four, five or six members, which includes food. There is a licensed bar and ...
220.Property Guru Heads Compost Campaign
A new campaign in Hemyock urging people to compost their kitchen waste is being fronted by TV celebrity Kirstie Allsopp.
221.Copper to Judge Christmas Lights
The Christmas lights are going up outside several homes and business premises in Hemyock as the annual competition run by the Parish Council gets under way.
222.Ist Hemyock Scout' Annual Sale
Ist Hemyock Scout' Annual Sale is on Saturday 4th October in the Parish Hall, doors open at 2pm, there will also be a bbq and cream teas If you have any jumble please bring along between 7-9 on Friday 3rd or between 10-12 on the 4th, if you require larger ...
223.Churches Pulling Together in the Blackdowns
Following a meeting of church leaders in Dunkeswell on Wednesday 18th November, a new ecumenical group has been formed covering the Blackdown Hills and representative of all the main denominations. Springing from an initial idea by Steven Reed, Pastor of Hemyock Baptist Church and co-sponsored by local Anglican Vicar David ...
224.Hemyock Then and Now
The DVD of Hemyock Then and Now was sold out at the recent public screening when over 100 people attended over two sessions. We have now produced more copies of the DVD and they will be available at the Church Rooms at the Saturday morning Charity Shop. The Charity Shop ...
225.Affordable Homes in Hemyock
West of England Developments is seeking planning permission for Twelve Affordable Homes at a site on the Culmstock Road, Hemyock. This project is supported by Hastoe Housing Association and the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. Anyone interested in the affordable homes, should planning permission be granted, is asked to ...
226.Hemyock Without Dedicated Police Presence
After a short period of having a dedicated Beat Manager who showed real signs of getting to know the community and its inhabitants, Hemyock and the surrounding area is again without a police presence.
227.Friends of St Maryís - August & September ...
A big thank-you to all those who supported the June fund raising events for the Festival of Trees to be held in the Church in Advent. (15 - 17 December) The Open Gardens in Longmead and the Coffee Morning at Penlee raised over £600 towards the festival expenses.
228.Samaritanís Purse Christmas Shoebox Appeal.
‘ The Power of a Simple Gift’ is the heading on the leaflet sent out by this charity and how true it is.
229.Burrowbridge Gardening Club Visit Hemyock
For their July evening outing the Burrowbridge Gardening Club met at Newtown Farm, Hemyock, the home of the Ward family. After travelling through heavy rain to get there, we were amazed to find that at Hemyock it was a dry and pleasant evening.
230.Annual Parish Meeting a great success
The recent “Annual Parish Meeting” at Hemyock reflected the confidence which the Council and its community have going forward.
231.Hemyock Parish Council Christmas Decoration Competition
H emyock P arish C ouncil Christmas Decoration Competition The council is having its annual 'Hemyock Christmas Decorations Competition' There will be prizes for both the best seasonally decorated house and business premises. So enter into the spirit of Christmas and make the village look festive and cheerful. Judging will ...
232.Commons Management Group Meeting
The parish council is looking at the possibility of creating a community orchard/environmental area/allotments. Neil Dixon, from The National Allotment Society is a guest speaker at the Commons Management Group meeting on Thursday 23rd April, 7.30pm Longmead. Come along and find out more.
233.Around Hemyock.... June 2010
Many people have expressed their shock, disbelief and even anger on reading in the last issue of the Pump that our four churches will, in time, be served by a half time Priest. Whether you are a regular churchgoer or not you will be aware of the work carried out ...
234.Life at St Mary's
St Mary's Church was buzzing with visitors as it celebrated Heritage Sunday when a display of needlecraft had been arranged by the Friends of St Mary's. Intricate cross stitich pictures, tapestry, knitting, embroidery, quilting and crochet were amongst the items on show with demonstrations of lace making and teddy bear ...
235.Remember Hemyock's Domesday Project in 1986?
The Domesday Project 1986 was made to coincide with the 900th year anniversary of the original Domesday Book. Many familiar local names occur in it. Unfortunately Domesday 1986 was done on rapidly obsolete computer technology and was nearly lost forever. It has now been put on the web here. You ...
236.BLACKWATER ROAD CLOSURE
BLACKWATER ROAD CLOSURE. The Parish Council has just heard that this closure could be in place for weeks or even months due to the build up of work at Devon Highways. Clerk Mrs D Evans, Park Farm, Dunkeswell, Honiton, Devon EX14 4RN Tel 01823 680968 Email clerk@hemyock.org
237.Devon County - Tough Choices
Below is a note from Devon County Council Public transport review To help meet the £50 million budget reduction required by Government spending cuts next year, we now face making savings of £1.7m from our annual public transport budget. It will be the first time that we have proposed making ...
238.For one night only... The Hemyock Indian Take-Away!
On Friday 3rd April, at 35 Longmead, Hemyock, curry enthusiasts Simon and Jilly Ould are turning their house into an Indian take-away for the night! Choose one of 5 curries, rice, vegetable side-dish and Onion bhaji included in the price.Tickets available at Hemyock Spar, suggested donation of £5 per adult. ...
239.Culm Valley YFC News Update May 2015
Culm Valley Young Farmers have had a very busy couple of months starting with a flower arranging class held at Kentisbeare Village Hall. The evening saw thirteen girls learn table decorations and buttonholes from Helen Williams and Laura Reed. Thanks to the Laura Persey Trust for their kind funding of ...
240.Get up to Speed - free workshop
'Get Up to Speed' project runs free talks and workshops for communities and businesses to help boost digital skills in order that people can make the most of current or future faster broadband speeds. A free session on Google Apps is being run on Thursday 3rd December for local businesses ...