Working Party Weekend

On Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May we are asking our members to come along between 10 am and 12 noon on either day to assist with jobs around the communal areas of the site. For the benefit of new members, this is an event that happens 2 or 3 times a year, where we ask everyone for a couple of hours of their time to assist with grass cutting, hedge trimming and other tasks associated with keeping the site neat and tidy. If you can spare some time on either Saturday or Sunday morning, you will be rewarded with refreshments at the end of the morning! Chris, our Site-manager, will be on site to allocate tasks to all those who turn up. Your support is much appreciated.

Sunday morning 1st May is our normal first Sunday of the month Coffee Morning, so even if you can’t help out with the Working Party, do come along for a drink and some cake!

Queen’s Jubilee Celebration

The day for our Coffee Morning in June would be 5th, which is the weekend of the celebrations to commemorate the Queens Jubilee, 70 years as the longest serving monarch in UK history.

To celebrate this achievement we are holding our own ‘Street Party’ along the Centre Walkway on Sunday 5th June from 12 noon, instead of our normal coffee morning.

The image above is from the last Jubilee celebration, which will give you some idea of our plans for this year. Please bring your own picnic and refreshments, we will lay out tables and chairs etc, you just need to bring yourselves, friends and family to join in the celebrations. Warm sunshine has been ordered so it should be a lovely day!

Annual General Meeting

Our AGM this year will be held once again on the site outside the Clubhouse on Thursday 26th May at 7:15pm. Please put this date in your diary and we look forward to seeing as many of you that can make it to this very important event. A full agenda for the meeting will be circulated via the website in due course.

Gates and Padlocks

When entering or leaving the site, could we please remind you to close the gates behind you and ensure that the padlock is not left open nor left open on the code that opens the padlock. This simple rule ensures that we do not have any unwelcome visitors or lose any valuables. Thank you.