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121.Amicable Allotments Debate
There was a robust but amicable debate about proposals to allocate land to the North of the cemetery for allotments at the February meeting of Hemyock parish Council. With land owners on either side of the cemetery refusing to allow their land to be used for access, allotment holders would ...
122.Minutes of Parish Council meetings
It may be news to some readers that hemyock.org carries the draft Minutes of Parish Council meetings, as soon as they are released. You can see what was proposed and agreed here. As local government shifts powers to Parish Council level, the actions of the Parish Council become increasingly important ...
123.Cider With Roadies
Hemyock Parish Council has given a grant of £300 to the Common Players a touring theatre company who will visit the village in October with their new production of Cider With Roadies. The Centre-piece of this project is a specially commissioned apple press from Sculptor Jon Rodney-Jones. The press is ...
124.Council Meeting
The Parish Council will hold a meeting on Wednesday 23rd October at 7.30pm in the Forbes Lounge, Parish Hall to discuss the recent planning approval for planning application 12/001498/OUT - Old Station Yard Site - erection of 8 dwellings and 4 employment units. The council will consider if it wants ...
125.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Traffic Order - click here for details 13th - 15th March Longfield House to Jacks House Cross
126.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 ...
127.New Village Notice Boards
There are now three village notice boards in Hemyock located at the Parish Hall, the entrance to Longmead and adjacent to Millhayes Hall. The additional notice boards at Longmead and Millhayes were erected in response to increasing village activities and the need for publicity. The Parish Council hopes that these ...
128.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 ...
129.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.
130.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.'
131.News from the Parish Council
The Hemyock Litter Pickers are looking for new volunteers to help keep a stretch of Hemyock road tidy; the more we have, the shorter the area! Find out who your Chief Womble is and volunteer. The Police have issued a report on recent crimes in the area, and request we ...
132.Christmas Decoration Competition
It's that time of year for Hemyock Parish Council to have its Christmas Decoration Competition. So enter into the spirit of Christmas and help make the village look festive and cheerful. Click here for more information
133.Will the Historic Kissing Gate be Scrapped?
The famous 'kissing gate' in Station Road, Hemyock needs a new home or it will soon be scrapped says the Parish Council.
134.Bridge Opening
On Sunday 21st November at 10.00am we shall formally open our new flood plain bridge . This significant project was instigated and funded on behalf of local people by Hemyock Parish Council. Local landowner Geoff Acland will 'cut the tape' and there will be refreshments afterwards. Come along and support ...
135.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.
136.Parish Meeting 2007
19TH APRIL HEMYOCK PARISH HALL 7pm The Hemyock Parish Council invites you to the Parish Hall for a presentation by Mr Jonathon Guscott, Senior Planning Officer for MDDC
137.New Road & Pavement Layout Causes Chaos
The completion of a new pavement beside the Millhayes Farm development at Hemyock is causing chaos on this busy stretch of road between the village and Taunton says local businessman Paul Redwood.
138.Relief as sewage works have start date
For some time now residents of Longmead in Hemyock have warned that if an enhanced sewage system was not in place prior to the sales of new properties on the Churchill’s development, overspill into their pathways and gardens would increase with the resultant mess and health hazard.
139.Report on the Annual parish meeting
The Annual Parish Meeting was held in the Parish Hall on the 30th April. About 60 people came to see and hear what the Parish Council has achieved this year and their plans for the next year.
140.Millhayes Hall Hold Up Again!
Millhayes Hall was previously the Social Club of the St Ivel works in Hemyock. It, together with the vehicle garages, is all that is left of the factory which used to produce Utterly Butterly .
141.Temporary Traffic Order
Temporary Traffic Order - click here 12th - 13th April Station Road
142.Travelling In Winter
Devon County Council has issued its latest Travelling in Winter 2012/2013 brochure. Please click here to view.
143.Your Dog, Your Mess! Bag and bin please
There has been a recent increase in the amount of dog mess which has been left around the village. Some of it is bagged, but then thrown into gardens or fields. The Parish Council are appealing to owners to clear up the mess left by their dogs. It is not ...
144.Kissing Gate Will Be Saved!
The famous kissing gate on Station Road in Hemyock is to stay in the village, the parish council has reassured residents. Back in December Mid Devon District Council said it would be replacing the gate with a more modern and accessible barrier system.
145.More Noticeboards for Hemyock
Hemyock is a thriving community with a large number of events, all of which need to be promoted. This web site and the village noticeboard are two of the means of advertising. However the single noticboard is proving too small and it is thought that a further one or two ...
Please could residents take care when parking their vehicles on the roadside that they do not park near road junctions causing bad visibility. Please use your driveways if possible and help to improve safety around the parish. Thank you for your consideration.
147.New Footpath at Burleyhayes
Devon County Council are reviewing the footpaths in the area, and propose to make the existing route up from Burleyhayes to the Beacon a public right of way instead of a track. We are seeking people who have walked this route for the last 20 years. If so, please contact ...
148.Annual Parish Meeting
H emyock P arish C ouncil Annual Parish Meeting Hemyock will be holding its Annual Parish Meeting on Saturday 27th April 2013 at 2.30pm in the Parish Hall. There will be various displays around the hall, guest speakers, Neighbourhood Plan/Parish Plan discussion and cream teas. Everyone welcome, please come along. ...
149.100,000 Promised To Improve Local Infrastructure
At Wednesdays Mid Devon District Council planning committee meeting the Churchill’s Farm housing development was given the green light. Hemyock Parish Council was represented by its Chairman Heather Stallard who was there to put forward the views of local people who had deep concerns about the lack of sufficient infrastructure. ...
150.Hemyock Parish Council
Maintenance Person Required The parish council is looking for a maintenance person to do a variety of tasks on an annual contract. The contract is for approximately 50 days per annum (it is recognised that the tasks and hours will have seasonal fluctuations, requiring more effort in the summer months ...