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The Oxhill News

October 2005

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Minutes of the Oxhill Village Hall AGM

The meeting was held on 11th August 2005 in 2, The Sett, starting at 8 p.m.

Committee members present were:

Ray Dagg, Linda Dagg, Ian Brodderick, Julie Seabridge, Keith Seabridge, Marcus Robertson, Tracey Hackett, Tony Eastaugh

Apologies were received from:

Jill Tucker, Sarah Hobill, Rhiannon Hackett, Diana Cronin

Members of the general public attending:

Gwyn Adams, Sue Robbins

Minutes

The Minutes of the AGM held on 27th May 2004 were read and agreed.

Chairmanís Report

The Chairman welcomed everyone to the meeting.

Election of officers

It was proposed that all current officers be re-elected.  The motion was seconded by Gwyn Adams.

Treasurers Report

A written report was provided.  The finances remain stable.  Auditing of the accounts is still to take place.  The Chairman confirmed the sum of £800 was donated by the Parish Council for the year.  The Parish Council will also continue to provide the finances for the grass cutting of the village green.  The Chairman would like to thank Ian for all his continued vigilance of the finances.

AOB

The Committee would like to thank everyone who contributed to the events and the upkeep of the surrounds of the Village Hall.  The AGM then closed and a Committee Meeting took place.

Linda Dagg, Secretary

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