Thursdays 7.30 – 9.30pm
- Open mic nights / band jamming art / sport / photography youth rights / community projects
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It is an incredibly relaxed atmosphere with people from a range of ages all waiting to do activities with people from the same area as them. fundraising / organising trips
Info & Advice / hanging out / volunteering
Happy days.. If you have nothing to do on a week night the come along and chill out with other youths. @ King George V field
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Aimed at 8 – 14 year olds, but open to all; under 8’s should be accompanied by an adult.
You can find the Cotswold Play Rangers in February Half Term
Tuesday 22nd February in Northleach on King George V Field from 10am-4pm
For information about our eveing sessions ask a Play Ranger or visit our website: www.playgloucestershire.org.uk
PRESENT: Mrs J Lawrence (Vice Chairman), Mr N Blades, Mr D Cotton, Mr N Fletcher, Mr M Gaut, Mr M Pezet, Mrs J Pullin, Mr P Sanders, Mr A Wellman, Mrs C Braidwood (Clerk)
Cllr Mrs J Lawrence chaired the meeting.
Mr C Hancock
2. Minutes of the Urgent Meeting held on 18 January and the Informal Meeting held on 23 February 2010
Unanimously RESOLVED to confirm these as a true and accurate record and were signed by the Chairman.
3. Matters Arising from the above Minutes not included on the Agenda
It was noted that it had been agreed to carry out regular checks and monitor bar prices and these needed to be addressed. Mr Wellman advised that he has seen price list and believed them to be as detailed in the lease.
Mrs Lawrence advised that the managing group had considered the Pavilion to be unsuitable and were investigating the possibility of using Cotswold Hall.
King George V Playing Field and Pavilion
Draft Minutes of the Playing Field and Pavilion User Group Meeting held on 10 March 2010
Verbal Report from the Chairman of the Playing Field and Pavilion User Group
Mr Sanders noted that there had been a good meeting with representatives of the Cricket, Tennis and Youth Football Clubs at which the Tennis Club had presented their long term maintenance plan. He advised that the demise of some teams would provide less income in the future.
Report from the Chairman of the Development Group regarding future Pavilion provision together with any consultant reports available in time for the meeting
Mr Pezet advised that the Consultant would be meeting with builders later this week.
Any Other Business
Mrs Lawrence drew everyone’s attention to the Auditor’s guidance which was circulated and explained the Auditor’s concern for a clear audit trail for funding of the Trust by the Council. The Auditor had suggested:
• A small group of Trustees to act as a management group dealing with day to day matters.
• The Trust should work to a budget (which should be set by the Finance committee and confirmed by Council) for next year.
• The need to be clearer about the terms and aims of the Trust and the role of Trustees.
Trustees were advised that these issues would be considered at the next Council meeting.
There being no other business the meeting was closed at 9.10 pm