Annual Parish Meeting
Tues. 28th April, Memorial Hall
(doors open 6.45 pm)
(there will be wine, soft drinks and snacks)
Retiring Borough Councillor
school children from the three villages
on behalf of
BARTON, GOTHAM & THRUMPTON
and a toast to ‘a happy retirement’
followed at 7.45 pm
Gotham Annual Parish Meeting
Have your say on village matters
PLEASE COME AND JOIN US
On entry into the Hall, you will be given a voucher for a ‘free drink’ ( for the toast) when presented at the bar in the Cheeserollers Lounge.
There will be display panels in the Hall, by various activities and organisations in the village to look around.
I’ve now sorted out the format, set out herewith.
Three Presentations will be made on the Stage.
There will be a photographer present to take pics of the three presenatations.
Chairs will be provided for all 10 participants please assemble on stage before 7.15)
7.15 Alan Kerr, – Vice Chairman – Barton Parish Council speaks (4 minutes) then children step forward and present.
Peter Inskeep, – Past Chairman – Gotham Parish Council speaks (4 minutes) then children step forward and present.
David Greenwood, – Chairman – Thrumpton Village Meeting speaks (4 minutes) then children step forward and present.
Trevor Vennett-Smith responds
7.40 Toast:- Michael Sheppard, – ‘Happy and Healthy retirement’
7.45 Gotham Annual Parish Meeting (on the floor of the Hall)
Please see agenda enclosed.
I would appreciate your support on this important evening in our calendar the Annual Parish Meeting; to hear from members of our community, and what they have to say to us about things in and around our village; to hear reports from our Chairman of Planning John Anderson, our County Councillor Andrew Brown and to hear his report and say farewell to our Borough Councillor Trevor Vennett-Smith.
I look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.