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91.Temporary Traffic Order
Please click here for information about a temporary traffic restriction.
92.Temporary Traffic Order
Click here for details of road closure 14-18th December - Whitedown Cross - Shackel Cross
93.Hemyock Parish Council

94.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 ...
95.Temporary Traffic Order
Click here for details of traffic order - LOWER MILLHAYES AND FLASHFORD BRIDGE
96.Notice of Election
Please find attached Election Notices from Mid Devon District Council Click here for Notice of Election - District Councillors Click here for Notice of Election - Parish Councillors Click here - nomination pack
97.Pavements we need them, but who owns ...
Hemyock Parish Council has negotiated with some residents to give up property frontage in order to make way for pavements. This ongoing project is proving successful and very popular. It has also become normal for planners to make the provision of pavements outside properties part of their consent on major ...
98.Temporary Traffic Order
Dear Colleagues, (Click here for map) Circumstances and weather permitting, on behalf of Devon County Council SWH will be carrying out the following works under a road closure: Type of work: Surfacing Location: Wheelbarrow Lane and Lemon’s Hill Hemyock Dates: Thursday 2nd – Thursday 9th July 2015 Details of the ...
99.Temporary Traffic Order
click here for temporary traffic order - (TEDBURROW LANE, HEMYOCK)
100.Temporary Traffic Order
Click here for Temporary Road Traffic Order on 5-7 August
101.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Traffic Order - click here 12th - 13th April Station Road
102.Hemyock Parish Council
Click here for results of election on 31st January 2013
103.Hemyock is Village of the Year
Hemyock has fought off competition from around the county to be declared Devon Calor ‘Village of the Year’ award for 2009 and will now progress to the regional finals which will take place on 6th October. In making their decision, the judges highlighted the vibrant life of the village and ...
104.Commons Management Group
The parish council set up a separate group to look at the management of the commons. The Commons Management Group meet regularly and the next meeting is on Thursday 21st November. The group will be discussing the future management of Shuttleton Common. Ed Hopkinson, from Devon Wildlife Trust will be ...
105.Christmas Competition Results!
Many thanks for those that dressed their houses and business premises and made Hemyock look festive. Click here to see results. Winners will receive their prizes shortly.
106.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Traffic Order - click here for details 13th - 15th March Longfield House to Jacks House Cross
107.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 ...
108.Villagers Advised to Raise Petition
Controversy continues to surround planning application for a development in Hemyock which villagers believe will cause further sewage leaks and potential health issues. Frustrated residents of the Longmead estate, where sewage leaks have become a very real issue, attended the Parish Council Meeting and voiced their concerns that they are ...
109.Parish Council Meeting
Plenty going on in the village. Read up on snow clearance, Annual Parish Meeting, challenges to MDDC charges and the forthcomoming election.
110.Hustings Event - Wednesday 29th April at 7.30pm ...
H emyock P arish C ouncil You are invited to attend to hear Prospective Parish Councillors make short presentations on Wednesday 29th April 2015 at 7.30pm to be held at Forbes Lounge, Hemyock Parish Hall This is an opportunity for you to hear from the candidates for Hemyock Parish Councillors ...
111.New Walkway in Sight
For some time now the historic raised walkway which links the Millhayes area of Hemyock with the main village has been falling into disrepair. A responsibility of the Highways Department of DCC, the County Council are not willing to spend money in order to repair and upgrade it to modern ...
112.Council Will Fight Removal Of Only Telephone Box
There is only one telephone box in the Parish of Hemyock and according to Parish Councillors it appears to be used regularly.
113.Chairman Heather Visits the Queen
A devoted Hemyock community worker got to meet the Queen when she collected her MBE last month. Heather Stallard went to Buckingham Palace with son Guy and Neil and daughter Margaret and said it was 'a day to remember.'
114.Hemyock Emergency Plan - Sand Bag Alternative
People looking to protect their home against the results of a heavy downpour often consider sand bags. However, a filled sandbag soon rots. Similarly, having empty sandbags means that sand has to be found.
115.Station Road Closure
South West Water is completing some essential works in Station Road commencing 28th July. Click here for details of the Temporary restriction on Station Road from Devon County Council. Click here for some questions and answers from South West Water together with a contact number
116.Bus Route 20 - Hemyock Village
Letter received by Hemyock Parish Council from Cooks Coaches
117.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
118.Precept, Planning and Protection
Should the village precept be increased, do we need a block of flats in the centre of our village and will pedestrians lack protection?
119.More Houses?
Despite the assurances given by Mr Guscott, the Mid Devon District Council’s Chief Planning Officer, that there would be no more developments in Hemyock for 10-15 years, it was revealed by Frank Rosamond, the MDCC elected Member covering this area on the MDDC that MDDC has to consider some possible ...
120.Just A Thought!
Mindful of the current financial climate, The Parish Council has been considering sites which might be used for Allotments. One such area was the ground to the rear of the garages at Millhayes.