This year the AGM will take place in the hall but will also be available online via Zoom, on Wednesday 20th October at 7.30pm
All residents are invited to attend, and we would very much appreciate your support.
For those attending the hall, refreshments will be available, including a limited bar. The first beer or glass of wine will be free.
For those who would prefer to attend via Zoom, a link to the meeting will be emailed to everyone on the Village Email List. If you are not on the list please contact us using our form here to be sent a link or to ask to be added to the mailing list. The link will take you straight to the meeting, using a computer, tablet or phone. You do not need to install anything in advance.
As with last year’s AGM, the meeting is expected to be relatively short as groups have only recently been returning to the hall. We will give a short report of the hall’s activities in the last year and our current situation, as well as a summary of the financial report. Full versions of these reports will be posted online.
Following the successful relaunch on the August Bank Holiday weekend, the Glade Tavern returns to the village hall this Saturday (2nd October) with an earlier opening time of 5.00pm.
Fantastic, and ever popular, fish and chips will be available from SuperFish from around 6.30pm.
In October Simon Wheelton is cycling 280 miles over three days hoping to raise £10,000+ for Air Ambulance UK. To support his efforts there will be an official collection pot on the bar during the evening. If you want to know more visit Simon’s Just Giving page
The Glade Tavern is provided by a a small group of volunteers and if you are interested in helping out in any way please get in touch.
A Virtual Village Hall talk via Zoom, at 2.30pm (virtual doors open 2.15pm) on Tuesday 15th June. Non-members are welcome. To join in, please contact the Wye Valley Women firstname.lastname@example.org and a link will be sent to you. (Members will receive the link in their normal news mail so do not need to book in advance.) There is no charge, but a donation is appreciated.
If you have a question you would like to ask it helps to let them know in advance.
George is an ecologist, educationalist and researcher. Concerned by the dramatic decline in wild bee populations, he has focussed on researching the nesting behaviour of wild bees, in gardens and in the wider countryside. He will talk about how and why we should attract wild solitary bees into our gardens, and explain about their ecology, nests and pests.
‘Doors’ open 2.15pm, talk starts 2.30.
To join, please contact the Wye Valley Women on email@example.com. A link will be sent to you to join the event. (Members will receive the link in their normal news mail so do not need to book in advance.) There is no charge but a donation is appreciated.