The Hemyock History Map

  The Historic Map of Hemyock shows central Hemyock as it was over 60 years ago. This map is available on gloss A2 paper and can be […]

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Out of Dunkeswell

This Book explains the exploits of the US Navy flying Liberators out of Dunkeswell Airfield in the last few years of WWII. Including the last flight of […]

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How to search by Surname

Searching for someone on our database couldn’t be simpler. On the right hand side you will see a box that says ‘Help me find’. Type for example […]

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Hemyock History Talks – April and May 2016

The April meeting was a talk from Colin Spackman of Wellington Museum on  Wellington and its Dukedom.   Prior to Colin’s research on the subject there was no […]

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Hemyock History Talks – February and March 2016

The March meeting started with an AGM when the Chairman provided the audited financial report together with information on the previous year’s activities.  The Group is in […]

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Hemyock History Talk December 2015 and January 2016

We were entertained by two very good speakers at the Church Rooms in December and January.  Denis Dodd who was part of the team involved locally in […]

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History Talk November 2015

The new series of history talks started on November 12th with Dr David Pugsley talking about a duel held between a Judge and a Doctor in 1833, […]

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Riding the Redwood buses in Hemyock

Have a look at these great photos of people enjoying themselves on the Redwood buses from Hemyock.  

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Hemyock milk factory. Powder drying machinery.-1

More photos of the Hemyock Milk Factory

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More snow scenes @ Hemyock iincluding  the old  pedestrian footbridge, 1962..-1

Snowy Hemyock in 1962

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Hemyock school photo 1958

Hemyock school photo, 1958

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Coronation Day, 1911, @ Coldharbour, Uffculme.-1

Coronation Day 1911 in Coldharbour, Uffculme

Take a look at this great shot of Coronation Day in Coldharbour, Uffculme from 1911.

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