Presentation on theme: "AGM: 21 May 2014 Agenda Welcome and Introduction Minutes of last years AGM Chairs report Treasurers report Election of Officers The Year Ahead Rev. Nick."— Presentation transcript:
AGM: 21 May 2014 Agenda Welcome and Introduction Minutes of last years AGM Chairs report Treasurers report Election of Officers The Year Ahead Rev. Nick Davies Guest Speaker: Police Commissioner for Gloucestershire: Martin Surl ST PHILIP & ST JAMES (LECKHAMPTON) AREA RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
Chairs report ST PHILIP & ST JAMES (LECKHAMPTON) AREA RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
what we have done last year Membership and committee activity 141 members fully-paid up Committee of 11 members met 5 times Co-opted Colin Davies as tree officer 4 newsletters Web-site (c 100 hits a week) Annual street cleaning with CBC Collaborating with Cheltenham Civic Society
what we have done last year Social events May 2013 – visit to Dyrham Park – 17 members
what we have done last year Social events May 2013 – visit to Dyrham Park – 17 members July 2013 - Jazz Party – c.80 members and guests and we raised £264 for tree fund November 2013 – Wine tasting and literary quiz – 27 attendees – raised £235 for tree fund February 2014 - Pub quiz with 18 attendees - £32 raised for tree fund March 2014 – visit to The Wilson with 19 attendees
what we have done last year Reacting to planning proposals, tree works proposals etc. Weekly sets of planning proposals screened by Adrian – any comments sent to CBC Weekly sets of tree works proposals screened by Colin – any comments sent to CBC Consulted over upgrade of street lighting to LED
Seven Victorian Lamp Posts saved! We supported move to LED – less light pollution, 90% less electricity But objected to proposals to remove these 7 Victorian lamp posts – behind Jolly Brew – off Ashford Road – between Edward Street and Gratton Road – in Edward Street – Between Suffolk Street and St Philip Street – In Tudor Lodge Road – In Casino Place Thanks to Tony Brown – plans for painting
what we have done last year Projects The Norwood Triangle – Sandy and Phil Watering Grafton Road Trees – Phil Mellersh House trees - Sandy Working to improve the Bath Road (with others): – Trees planted in Bath Road gardens – Adrian – Trees to be planted in Suffolk Street – Vanessa – Other Bath Road projects – Adrian
Treasurers report - income General fundTree fundTotal Balance brought forward £1170.25£587.08£1757.33 INCOME Jazz party£1063.15 Snowdrops£50 Wine tasting£327 Subscriptions£400 Museum visit£174.99 Dyrham trip£127.50 Quiz£62 TOTAL INCOME£882.49£1413.15£2295.64
Treasurers report - expenditure General fundTree fundTotal Jazz party£799.06 Insurance£190.98 Stationery and printing£118.95 Wine tasting£92 Watering equipment£25.44 Church House£25£37.50 Dyrham visit£127.50 Quiz£30 Museum visit£166.25 Snowdrops£50 TOTAL EXPENDITURE£678.68£984£1662.68 Balance at end of year£1244.06£1055.23£2299.29
Treasurers report - income and expenditure General fundTree fundTotal Balance from previous year £1170.25£587.08£1757.33 Excess of income over expenditure £73.81£468.15£541.96 Balance at end of year £1244.06£1055.23£2299.29
Election of officers Chair Vice Chairs Hon Treasurer Hon Secretary Committee members
The year ahead Jazz party – 4 July Wine tasting – November? Tree planting Any other ideas – committee or social????
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