posted 10th July 2019
the latest July 2019 newsletter from Marianne Overton is here
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Three documents to download from the meeting on the 27th March for the proposed Beckingham Conservation Area (BCA) - BCA Appraisal Consultation document , BCA Management Plan Consultation document and BCA Questionaire
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March 2019 Bugle with flag answers is here
Beckingham Village Hall Social Club News - February 2019
The Club's ambitious Christmas Programme of openings and events was well supported, helped by the more inviting atmosphere as a result of the new suspended ceilings and wood burner. Sky TV was another new attraction. The various winners of the special Christmas raffles were - Christmas Hamper: Jason Hunt, Free Membership draw: Brian Hickingbotham, and Neil Morgan, Christmas loyalty draw: Scott Toomer
"Open the Box" was a great success with one lucky member receiving £178, the biggest prize so far.
In addition to the regular opening times, the Club's programme for the next four months is as follows:
For your diary:
8 June Open Gardens Day- evening entertainment for Social Club members and their guests with live music provided by "twosmooth" In addition to the above Quizzes will be held from time to time. Members who have given their consent will receive regular updates on forthcoming events by email. A notice board is to be placed on the outside of the village hall which will also provide members with the latest information
BACKGROUND: The closure of the local pub The Packhorse left a gap in the life of the village. It soon became evident that there was strong support for a social and recreational centre, where residents could meet and enjoy a drink with friends and neighbours. After widespread consultation, the Social Club was established at an inaugural meeting in May 2017, with over 100 residents becoming paid up members.
The constitution and club rules for the Beckingham Village Hall Social Club (BVHSC) can be seen hereA club Licence was granted on 30th June 2017 for the sale of alcohol between the hours of 11 am and 11 pm with dispensation for later opening on special occasions and the club officially opened on 8 July2017. Since then progress has exceeded expectations and enabled the Club to invest in improving club facilities. The carpeted bar area now boasts a large flat screen TV and new tables and chairs. A log burner has been fitted to create a welcoming atmosphere during the winter months. A commercial glass washer has been installed to ensure a high standard of hygiene and the range of drinks and snacks has been extended.
REPORT ON THE FIRST YEAR ACTIVITIES: The Clubs first Annual General Meeting took place on 4 July 2018 and the review of the years activities showed that in addition to regular opening on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the following special events were held:
All this, plus regular quizzes and raffles with the proceeds now going to members chosen charities. These evenings are also enhanced with Supper Platters provided by the PCC at 5pounds. each, raising funds for our Village Church. The Club is non-profit making and relies on a management committee and a small number of volunteers to organise and provide the necessary services. Financial surpluses are re-invested for the benefit of members (The 2017-18 Annual Accounts can be found here
GOLF CLUB: We now have a Golf Club affiliated to the Social Club which meets regularly and are keen to see more clubs established. Please contact one of the Club Officers if you have an idea for one.
MEMBERSHIP: All village residents are eligible for membership and need to be proposed and seconded by existing members. Initial membership fees are 25 pounds per person or 40 pounds for family membership. We think this is well worth the cost, enabling you to use the bar facilities and enjoy the special events which offer good value entertainment within the village. Current fees for existing members are 10 pounds per person (2018/19) which reflects their support during the Clubs first year If you are interested in becoming a member either call in to the club during opening hours and/or speak to a member of the management committee or contact the membership secretary Wendy Williams.
CONTACT DETAILS: Club Officers and Management Committee:
Beckingham Parish Council 2019 vers 5
(To make a booking contact Lawrence Tatton 07900 104481)
Parish Council Meetings 2019 Parish Council Meeting Wednesday 24th July 2019 7pm
Friday 19.00 to 23.00
Saturday 16.00 to 19.00
Sunday 12.00 to 14.00
20th July 2019 Quiz Night
17th August 2019 Quiz Night
28th Septembe 2019 Bingo afternoon
More details in the latest Bugle