The AGM was held on Tuesday 24th January 2006 at the Bowling Club. The event was well attended.
The AGM saw Celia Binfield resign as Chairperson after five years in post. The meeting expressed it's thanks for Celia's contribution. Chris Faulkner was elected as the new Chairman. Celia Binfield was elected as Treasurer, Yvonne Keeble as Membership Secretary. John Coole, John Petrie, Maggie Miller and Linda Malcolm-Stewart were re-elected to the committee. Peter Rickard was elected to the committee for the first time.
The AGM was followed by food - many thanks to Maggie Miller and Margaret Rickard, who provided a warming Chilli. Many thanks also to the Bowls Club for manning the bar and providing the premisses.
The highlight of the evening was the game of Skittles, which ended with a close fought
competition between Ivor Keeble and Mike Hatton with Mike prevailing in the end.
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Boules Competition - June 2006. The annual Boules Competition will be held in June as part of the Cricklade Festival.
Summer BBQ - 15th July 2006. The Summer BBQ will take place in July details to follow.
Call My Bluff Winetasting - 29th Sept 2006. The Call My Bluff Winetasting will take place in September venue and details to follow
Autumn Meal - November 2006. The Autumn or Late November Meal will take place in November venue and details to follow
The Quiz Night will be held on 10th March 2006 in the Parish Hall starting at 7.30pm. A Ploughman's Supper will be served, however you will need to bring your own drinks.
The quiz will be open to members and non-members and is an excellent chance not only to tax your grey cells, but also to find out more about the Twinning Association. The quiz is played as teams of up to 6 members, so you can either bring a team or team up with others on the night.
Tickets will be £4.00 for adults and £2.00 for Children. To help us with numbers
please let us know if you will be attending.
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The visit is scheduled for the weekend of 6th May 2006. If you are interested in hosting a French family please let us know. Non-members are welcome to act as hosts.
The planned schedule is
Hosting visitors from France is a lot of fun - you don't need to speak French. You merely have to act as
a host for an individual, a couple or a family. There will be organised activities, so you don't have to fill the
entire weekend yourselves. Most people who host end up making lasting friends.
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