It’s the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Come along and give Carol all the support you can between10:00 and 12:00 plus have great tea and cakes with a good gossip while the children play next door – what could be better?
All contributions gratefully received and if you can offer cakes then message Carol Gadd via the AVH Facebook Page.
A great night once again at what is one of the year’s biggest fund raisers for the Village Hall. A huge thank you to the volunteers who sold tickets, prepared food, set up, decorated and manned the bar. Extra thanks to Phil Gadd for providing the AV and many thanks to the people who worked in the kitchen to make this another amazing event.
At the Village Meeting on 30th May 2018 it was decided that rather than refurbish the Village Hall and Bowling Pavilion, we should erect a new combined building on the site of the existing Bowling Pavilion. A Building Sub Group of the Adderley Village Hall Committee was formed from volunteers present on the night.
The Sub Group, under the Chairmanship of Jim Faulkner, is made up of those who have lived in the village for most of their lives as well as newcomers. There is also quite a wide age span and skill set.
First, we have to establish whether Planning Permission may be granted for a new building and if Funding might be available. Do you have expertise in either of these areas? If so, and you would like to help we would love to hear from you.
Contact Jim Faulkner – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jane Rushton, the Sub Group Secretary – Email: email@example.com.
We will publish the minutes of our meetings on this web site
Our last coffee morning was a humungous success! (Is that how you spell humungous? Is humungous even a word?). The next coffee morning is on Friday 25th May. £1.50 gets you coffee, cake and great conversation. It’s kid friendly so bring friends and family.
Saturday’s Ceilidh with the Cuckoo Ale Band was a great night. Lovely music from the band and some excellent calling by Bev Langton meant that everybody could have a go whether they knew what they were doing or not.
As always a BIG thank you to the volunteers in the kitchen for lovely pie and mushy peas and the volunteer bar tenders who kept us topped up for the duration. As always, Carol Gadd who was the face at the door to make us all welcome.
See for yourself and make a note in your diary for next year.