The Annual General Meeting of North Curry Village Hall Management Committee
will be held on
Tuesday 2nd April 2019 at 7:30pm
in the meeting room at the Hall
The village hall management committee needs a volunteer to take over as Booking Secretary at the AGM.
If you use the hall then please think seriously about putting your name forward. The current post holder is happy to discuss what is involved and to help with the handover. Please contact Michael Griffiths, hall secretary, on 491298 or Fleur White, booking secretary, on 491424 to find out more.
We also need an independent examiner with sufficient financial experience to review our accounts and make sure that the P&L and balance sheet figures accurately reflect the activity for the year.
Legend of the folk music world; singer, songwriter, guitarist, charismatic entertainer… dubbed “the First Lady of Folk” by the Times… the first folk singer to have her own TV show, to fill the Royal Albert Hall, to sing in Westminster Abbey… is coming to North Curry in 2019.
She is giving a concert at the Village Hall on Saturday 6th April.
Doors (and bar) open at 7:00pm, with the concert beginning at 7:30pm. Julie will give two 45-minute sessions, separated by an interval (with bar). The bar will re-open for Julie’s “meet & greet” and CD sale & signing following her second session.
Tickets are £12 each, available at the Post Office, from Fleur White (01823 491424).
Don’t leave it to the last minute - demand is so high that advance reservations for well over 50% of the available tickets have already been accepted.
This means that there is no guarantee that any will be left for at-the-door purchase on the night of the concert.
As part of their initiative to increase the visibility of local policing, our Community Support Officer, Jake Edwards is using the Village Hall as a “Police Hub” on an occasional basis.
He is, from time to time, working in the Meeting Room or the Games Room, and is very happy for anyone to drop in on him unannounced– to raise queries or concerns of any nature, or simply to have a chat.
The nature of his duties means that he will not be operating to a fixed schedule, but his presence is signalled by his marked police car in the Village Hall car park.
Please feel free to introduce yourselves to him. The quality of the service he offers to the community depends largely on how many local people that he knows, and on the extent of his local knowledge.