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The Oxhill News

May 2013

This months News

Contents

 

Parochial Church Council

Annual General Meeting held on April 9th 2013

The meeting was chaired by Rev. Nicholas Morgan

12 Parishioners were present

Apologies were received from -
Janet Gardner, Diane Harper and Jo Van Dijk

Carol Fox and Charles MacCall were re-elected as Church Wardens

Electoral Roll -
There are 23 on the Roll. A list may be seen on the Church Notice Board

Reports were submitted on:-

Proceedings in Council 2012-2013

Finance The Treasurer presented the accounts
Social Functions
Fabric of the Church
Deanery Synod

Election of PCC Members

Deanery Synod Members Douglas Nethercleft and Carol Fox

Electoral Roll Officer Diane Harper stood down after many years of service. thank you Diane. Douglas Nethercleft was elected Electoral Roll Officer

Secretary Linda Synge
Treasurer James Synge
Clerk of Works Jo Van Dijk

Other members

Sue Hunt, Martin Hunt, Nadia MacCall, Belinda Marklew,
Gill Rodwell.

Ex Officio Douglas Nethercleft

Church Warden

Emeritus Janet Gardner

The PCC Members were elected as Sidesmen together with John McKail and Bill Fox.

John McKail was appointed Auditor to the Accounts

Thanks were expressed to the members of the Social Sub Committee namely, Lilian Welsby, Carol Beasley, Carol Fox, Cath Pugh, Diane Harper, Helen Thompson, Doreen Neal and Gaida Webb who work hard to help fund raise for our Church.

The Chairman reported that we had had another busy year. New Altar Frontals have been made and fixed on to the Altar by Sue and Martin Hunt. The PCC thanked them for this work. The much appreciated bequest from Eve Whaley has been used to pay for the new Frontals in her memory. Grants from English Heritage towards the costly repairs to the roof and restoration of the Stonework had been approved though work would probably not begin until 2014. The chairman thanked the Council for their hard work

The next meeting of the PCC is on June 7th.

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