Tarvin Community Centre
Street Farm, Kelsall Road, Tarvin, CH3 8NR
Edna Rose Room Community Centre
Tarvin Community Centre
By Jane Lush - 1st May 2017 6:00am
Are you a member of a village organisation or other group which meets regularly at Tarvin Community Centre?
Would you like to have a say in how the Centre is run?
If so, please read on.......
What is the Committee of Management?
The governing document of the charity says that:
"The Committee of Management (hereinafter referred to as the Committee) shall comprise the Officers and other members elected as set out below. The Officers and other members of the Committee shall be the Trustees of the Charity and in this Constitution are together called the Trustees"
Who can be on the Committee?
"A Trustee must be an inhabitant of the Parish of Tarvin or the nominated representative of an organisation in the area of benefit or an adjoining parish which is a user of the Community Centre"
How do you get to join the Committee?
"The Secretary of the Committee shall invite every organisation in the area of benefit or an adjoining parish which is a user of the Community Centre to nominate a representative to serve as a Trustee .....The Charity in general meeting shall elect the Officers and the other Trustees, including confirmation of the names of the nominated representatives."
The AGM will take place in the Lounge at the Community Centre, at
7.30 pm on Tuesday 2 May. All are welcome
Contact the Secretary to find out more:
Jane Lush — (01829) 741468 or email@example.com or at Woodlea, Platts Lane, Tarvin CH3 8LH
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