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Parish Pump

The "Parish Pump" is the village magazine of Hemyock and the surrounding areas.  It is produced by St Mary's Church with much help from many volunteers.  6 copies are produced every year.

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You can now download the latest issue from this website:

April / May 2017
February / March 2017
December 2016 / January 2017
October / November 2016
August / September 2016
June / July 2016
April / May 2016
February / March 2016

The magazine has been entered into the National Parish Magazine Awards on a number of occasions.  In the 2015 awards it was placed in 14th position overall out of over 600 entries!

Editor
James Winrow
pump@lickham.co.uk
01823 681424

Commercial Advertising
Hazel Partridge
50 Castle Park
Hemyock
Cullompton
Devon EX15 3SB

pump-adverts@lickham.co.uk
01823 680069

 

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Wednesday 03-May

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1470 simmers in the sunshine by the River Culm, Hemyock
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Local Weather

Dry today with warm sunshine. Rain on Sunday and Monday.

Today:

The region will stay dry all day, with sunny spells. It will become breezy in the far west later, especially on the coast. However, the wind will come from the south so it will feel warmer than recently. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.

Tonight:

The coming night will be dry, mild and breezy without frost or fog. It will be windy on coasts and hills. Rain will arrive in Cornwall and Devon around dawn. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.

Sunday:

Tomorrow will become windier with rain gradually spreading eastwards during the day, reaching Gloucestershire by late afternoon. The rain will clear in the west later, letting some late sunshine through. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

The bank holiday will probably start very wet, but it will dry up from the west allowing some sunshine later. Tuesday and Wednesday will be drier and warmer.

Updated at: 0310 on Sat 29 Apr 2017



sourced from the Met Office