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1.Welcome to Hemyock

2.Parish Council
Parish Council meetings are open public meetings and are held on the First Wednesday of every month. The meetings take place in the Forbes lounge at the Parish Hall and usually commence at 7.30 pm.  The accessibility of the Parish Hall is given on their page here Everyone is welcome ...
3.Tennis Club
50% off first year membership to help get you started.  Welcome to Hemyock Tennis Club. Established in 1983, Hemyock Tennis Club currently has over 100 members of all ages and abilities - and is always looking for new people to join!  Whether you want to play every week or once ...
4.Tracing Family History
If you wish to contact someone in the Hemyock area or you are researching your family history then please e-mail us and we will post your message here.  For older postings see here 07/10/2018 I came across your website while resarching my family tree. In the 1911 census, I have ...
5.Young Farmers Club
The Young Farmers Club (YFC) is an organisation that dates back to the 1920's (Hemyock was the birthplace of the YFC, starting as the Calf Club in 1921) and was started to give young people in the countryside a way of socialising with other young people in their areas. Today ...
6.History Group
Meetings were held in the Church Rooms, on the 2nd Thursday in the month, starting at 7:30pm.  We are now looking for someone in the area to run the meetings. We have a number of speakers who are able to give interesting talks. All we are looking for is someone ...
7.History of Hemyock
Hemyock is the largest village on the Blackdown Hills, Devon, which is now designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The parish has an area of about 2350 hectares, and lies on the NW of the Blackdown Hills. The village has a very long history, some prehistoric remains ...
8.St Mary's Church
Hemyock Parish Church occupies a central position in the village, alongside Hemyock Castle. Viewed from the main gate, the tower, the clock and the sundial may be seen, together with part of the Castle and our two very ancient yew trees. The piers that support the gates are of interest ...
9.Parish Hall
The Hemyock Parish Hall is probably one of the finest in Devon.  It is well appointed, well maintained, and very well used.  Every conceivable use is made of the building: concerts, public meetings, musical shows, flower shows, a Saturday Market, a dance class, aerobics, and much, much more. The foundation ...
10.Map of the Culm Valley Light Railway
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11.Hemyock & Whitehall Halt Station Layouts (not to ...
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12.Wilts United Dairies - The creamery at Hemyock ...
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13.Serving hatch from kitchen to Forbes lounge
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14.The station and milk factory buildings at Hemyock
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15.Baptist Church
Baptist Church
16.BHLAC
BHLAC
17.Primary School
Primary School
18.Lights Brigade
Lights Brigade
19.Blackdown Archives
Blackdown Archives
20.Bus Timetable - Taunton to Hemyock
If you work or attend college in Taunton you will know how frustrating it is that the last bus for Hemyock leaves at 5.15pm. Bus companies will only change a timetable when enough customers pressure them to alter it. If you are keen to support the provision of a later ...
21.Make Hay While the Sun Shines
Make Hay While the Sun Shines & other stories from Hemyock, is a new book by Brian Clist who has lived and worked all his life in the village. Its publication has been made possible by the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty's Sustainable Development Fund.
22.Housing Needs Survey
Brown envelopes have been dropping onto local door mats and they need your urgent attention. Developed by Hemyock Parish Council and the Devon Rural Housing Partnership, the results will help to assess the future housing needs for the area, including the prevention of unnecessay deleopments. One subject covered by the ...
23.Poppy Day Lunch Raises £334.18
A sell-out lunch organised by local volunteers raised £334.18 for The Royal British Legion 2012 Poppy Appeal. 41 local people (including two take-aways!) tucked in to a 3-course lunch at The Blackdown Healthy Living Centre, on Sunday 11 November. Over £320 worth of raffle prizes were donated by generous local businesses.
24.Yoga In The Evening At Hemyock
Do you want to join a yoga class, but do not want to travel long distances, especially on cold, dark evenings? Why not join us at Hemyock Primary School? The autumn term will commence in early October following the summer break and will run from 7.30 pm until 9.00 pm.
25.Project Completed - Flood Plain Footbridge Opened
Significant local funding and ability have gone into the construction of a new flood plain footbridge adjacent to the Culm River at Hemyock. Funded by Hemyock Parish Council and replacing an existing but dilapidated bridge, the £56,000 structure was put into early use recently when the river flooded across the ...
26.Blackdown Hills Walking Group
The group was first started in May 2006 with the aim of bringing together everyone who enjoys walking in and around the beautiful Blackdown Hills in the company of other, like-minded people. Since our inauguration, membership has steadily increased to around 70 and the number of walks from 11 to ...
27.Blackdown Early Music Festival
Blackdowns Early Music Festival has become a mainstream event in the musical calendar for lovers of early music. Every year since 2004 expert singers from all over the UK and Europe have gathered together for occasional weekends in Culmstock to work on programmes of mediaeval, renaissance and baroque vocal music.
28.Open Meeting - Erection of a 50kw wind ...
Erection of 1 50kw wind turbine - Land at NGR 312536 111830 (Highlands Farm) Hemyock, Devon – Planning Reference: 12/00456/F​​​ULL Due to the concerns expressed to the Parish Council, an Open Meeting will take place on Thursday 17th May at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall to discuss the above planning ...
29.Uncommon Players & Northcott Theatre - Educating Rita
The Uncommon Players in association with the Northcott Theatre present: Educating Rita by Willy Russell This bitter-sweet comedy, made famous in a film with Julie Walters and Michael Caine, hilariously explores the prejudices of a strong-minded pair in their story of increasing mutual respect. It makes for an evening of ...
30.Remembrance Sunday Lunch
In aid of the Royal British Legion 2012 poppy appeal. Tickets £10 from The Centre. Places limited, book now. 01823 680687 info@tbhlc.org.uk