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241.Nepal Appeal
Following the horrendous devastation left by the earthquake in Nepal St Mary's Church are organising an appeal to pay for a Shelterbox. The Church Council are to donate £100 and a retiring collection will be taken at services for 3 weeks. If you would like to make a contribution to ...
242.Samariton's Purse Shoebox Appeal
'The Power of a Simple Gift' is the heading on the leaflet sent out by this charity and how true it is. During the years I have been organising the collection for Samaritan's Purse thousands of shoeboxes have been sent from this area to children caught in the midst of ...
243.History Group - Meeting Reports
The 8th October meeting will be given by James Skeggs on the Luttrell Family and on the 16th November Dennis Silk will be talking on Siegfried Sassoon. The August Meeting was a talk from Mac McDonnell who had lived in Uvedale Crescent when working as a youth worker in Croydon.
244.From Ray Radford, Your County Councillor
It is that time of year again, we have just got over Christmas and the new year, and now we are in budget time, having to fix the Council Tax. As I am sure you already know, all Local Authorities collect the resources (Formula Grant), they need to run the ...
245.Serving those who serve since 1779
It was said of the Duke of Wellington that he was ‘more afraid of his own men than he was of the enemy’. Which perhaps makes his Presidency of the Naval & Military Bible Society in 1816 all the more understandable with its core aim being “to spread abroad Christian ...
246.The late Revd Malcolm Beal
Almost 300 people including Bishop Richard Hawkins and many clergy gathered at St Mary's parish church, where extra seating was brought in, for the funeral service of Revd. Malcolm Beal which was conducted by Revd David Sherwood. Family and friends had travelled from as far afield as Canada and the ...
247.Pilgrim's Guide To Devon's Churches
A reminder that it is not too late to order a copy of "The Pilgrim's Guide To Devon's Churches", a book outlining the Church of England churches in Devon, all 627 of them. It is due to be published in late October. It will cost £7.99. St Mary's will be ...
248.St Mary's Guild - February 08
On Wednesday December 5, members of St Mary’s Guild met for their monthly meeting in the Church Rooms. Christine Brown welcomed members before introducing speakers Malcolm and Mary Beal who entertained us with some tales and anecdotes about their life since Malcolm's ordination in the 1960s. Malcolm started his ministry ...
249.Meetings re the Future of Hemyock
Come along and help us plan for the future of Hemyock. Wednesday 14th October and Wednesday 21st October in the Parish Hall at 7.30 p.m.
250.St Mary’s Fete
The organisers would like to thank all those who helped or supported St Mary's Church in any way to make the day a success despite the atrocious weather. £1663 was raised which was only £150 below last years figure.
251.QUIZ NIGHT
Hemyock Cricket Club's Autumn QUIZ NIGHT is being held at the Parish Hall on SATURDAY 28th SEPTEMBER starting at 8 pm. £60 cash prize for the winning team, plus a grand raffle. Entry is £18 per team to include nibbles. Licensed Bar. Minimum of four, maximum of six members per ...
252.Christmas at St Mary's
Please come and join us at your Parish Church as we celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ Christmas Eve - 5pm - Crib service when the young are particularly welcome 11.15pm - Holy Communion Christmas Day 10am - Family Communion 29th December 10.30am - Joint service at Clayhidon for Upper ...
253.St Mary's Annual Meeting 2008
Reports presented at the annual church meeting of St Mary’s Hemyock with Culm Davy Chapel showed them to be lively forward looking communities. The buildings including the Church Room are in good repair and the interior of St Mary’s is to be redecorated during the summer months. Architect plans for ...
254.Invitation from Fred
Fred Bear will be visiting St Mary's Church on Sunday 5th June for a special short Family Service which will start at the later time of 11.30a.m. and he is inviting all local and visiting bears, cuddlies and humans to join him. Humans are invited to bring along a picnic ...
255.Councillors Co-opt Leisha
Following a non-contested election at Hemyock when only 9 of the 10 seats were contested, the Parish Council asked for volunteers for co-option and was very pleased to receive 5 excellent written applications from villagers. All of these attended the recent meeting of the Parish Council and were invited to ...
256.Grand Opening
Official opening of the Longmead Field a great success
257.MDDC Local Plan Review
H emyock Parish C ouncil MDDC LOCAL PLAN REVIEW Thank you to all of you who came to the meeting last night. Here are the links you need to make your comments to MDDC. The deadline for comments is 24th March 2014. The options consultation and associated documents are available ...
258.Christingle
Everyone is welcomed to the village CHRISTINGLE service to be held at 4p.m. at St Mary's Church today - Sunday 9th Dec. This is a short service and families - even those with the youngest of children - are especially welcome..
259.House Martins
For several years, I have been collecting information about house martins in this area. Such information includes date of arrival and departure of the birds; number of nests being used; address of the site etc.
260.Culm Area Development Plan
The Mid Devon District Council's plans for our area are to be discussed. At the forthcoming Parish Council meeting on Wednesday 5th September, there will be a speaker from MDDC who will outline their plans for us up to the year 2026 and answer questions. Parish Council Meetings start at ...
261.Possible Village Allotments
Would all those who have expressed an interest in having an allotment please register this interest in writing, if they have not already done so, and as soon as possible. The address to send it to is: The Parish Clerk, Mrs A Kingston, Fourways House, Hemyock, EX15 3PF
262.Singing Workshops
On Saturday 24th February twenty-four people (fully-booked!) attended the workshop "The Spirit of Taize" at Hemyock Village Hall, led by Gabrielle Newman-Turner.
263.Rev David Sherwood's Farewell
Sunday 16th January will be the last service to be taken at St. Mary's Parish Church by Rev. David Sherwood before he and his family leave Hemyock for Ashburton. The service will begin at 11a.m. and be followed by a hot 2 course lunch (with vegetarian option) at the Parish ...
264.Station Road closure details
South West Highways have sent through the notice of closure for Station Road while they do work to alleviate the flooding on the far side of the bridge. The closure is from 16th August, aiming to finish on the 27th. The official routes are from the A38 via Culmstock for ...
265.Band Hits Right Notes in Contest
A young band from Hemyock has narrowly missed a place in the final of a battle of the bands competition. Dicentra came third in heats for Somerset County Council's Battle of the Bands contest, held at the Somerset College of Arts and Technology, in Taunton, on January 6. The competition ...
266.Jobs are at risk says County Councillor
Letters from 13 key businesses were presented at a recent Parish Council meeting in Hemyock demanding action on the need for passing places on Pencross Hill to the North of the village. As the village has grown, there has been a marked increase in the number and size of commercial ...
267.ANNUAL PARISH MEETING TONIGHT!
Come on down to the Parish Hall tonight for the Parish Council's Annual Parish Meeting. Meeting starts at 7pm There will be displays around the hall from local clubs and organisations, presentations and ending with cheese and wine. Everyone welcome, come along. click here for agenda.
268.Young Farmers Update - October 2008
Apologies for the long delay in updating you on what we have been up to within the club. I would like to congratulate Emily York for scoring the highest points in the junior public speaking competition earlier on in the year and her team coming overall 3rd. Other results were ...
269.Winners of the Annual Hemyock Christmas Decoration Competiton ...
Devon County Councillor Ray Radford judged this years Christmas Decoration competition in Hemyock and found it a difficult decision to come to a final winner as there were some outstanding displays which really enhanced the whole village. “Overall it was a good effort by all who had taken part, from ...
270.Hemyock Under 15
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