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91.Hemyock Parish Council
Business and Economy More than 100 free Learn Devon online courses now available  
92.Hemyock Parish Council
Travel by Bus Survey... If you are willing & use The Bus Service, Chris Burridge-Barney would be grateful if you could complete the survey Below. Thank you  
93.Hemyock Parish Council
The parish council has located supplies of grit around the parish for use on communal areas such as pavements, roads etc. Any unused grit will be collected back in and stored away after the winter.
94.Hemyock Parish Council
Public Open Space for Hemyock Come and have your say. Open meeting Thursday 27th February at 7.30 pm Parish Hall  
95.Hemyock Parish Council
Devon councils launch new Discretionary Grant Fund to support businesses not eligible for the COVID-19 grant schemes   https://www.middevon.gov.uk/devon-councils-launch-new-discretionary-grant-fund-to-support-businesses-not-eligible-for-the-covid-19-grant-schemes/
96.Hemyock Parish Council
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97.Hemyock Parish Council
TRANSPORT FOR KEY WORKERS Due to the reduction of bus services across the county, Devon County Council are trialling an on-demand subsidised taxi service for Devon residents for key workers accessing employment only. This service is intended to replace those journeys which were previously made by bus - a subsidised ...
98.Hemyock Parish Council
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Changes to timetables With all bus operators, the situation day-to-day is dependent on staff availability and may change quickly. If a journey is of critical importance, for example, for a key worker, we recommend that you check with the operator concerned. Please click here for an update to timetable ...
99.Hemyock Parish Council
CEMETERY REOPENS New Legislation Allows Cemeteries to Reopen Following new guidance, issued by the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management, I am delighted to inform you we will be reopening our cemetery to the public from today. Last week emergency legislation was brought in by Central Government instructing all burial ...
100.Hemyock Parish Council
Road closure - 26th August - 9th September Building/redecoration of Catherine Wheel click here
101.Hemyock Parish Council
School transport news from Devon County Council http://www.devonnewscentre.info/school-transport-guidelines-drawn-up-ahead-of-september-return/
102.Hemyock Parish Council
The planned closure of the road (3-17 June) whilst works to the Catherine Wheel were undertaken has been postponed.
103.Temporary Traffic Order
Footpath from Corner House to Mill Leat closed 21st - 23rd September whilst a new water supply is installed.
104.Temporary Traffic Order
Skanska have had a few problems and need to extend the closure until Friday 18th September      Temporary Traffic Order 11 - 14 September St Mary's to Lickham
105.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Traffic Order 7-13 October Culmstock Road
106.Village Car Park
Please note the village car park (adjacent to the Baptist Church) will be closed to the general public and instead will provide parking for those attending the Doctors' Surgery flu jab clinic on Saturday 3rd October 8am - 4pm and Saturday 17th October 8am - 4pm.
107.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Road Closure  Castle Park 5-7 October
108.Hemyock Parish Council
South West Water - Work at Longmead - Monday 19th October South West Water need to replace the sewer main from the pumping station to the treatment plant. This will involve digging two pits in the corners of Longmead field. The work will commence on Monday 19th October and last ...
109.Hemyock Parish Council
Hemyock Parish Council opens new play area at Longmead. The new play area at Longmead is due to open this afternoon (21st October). Due to COVID-19 is would not be appropriate to have a large official opening/gathering so instead please see pictures from the parish council. We hope you enjoy ...
110.Hemyock Parish Council
Have you visited Hemyock Turbary recently? The parish council has just finished creating a hard standing area for parking to improve access to the turbary. Many thanks to Councillor Nick Moon for overseeing the project. The pc is hoping that Mid Devon District Council will agree to install a litter ...