Offering “fun, kind and effective” training methods based on the solid foundation of an understanding of doggy behaviours, a new group will be offering dog training classes at Colnbrook Village Hall from next week.
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Colnbrook Village Hall Club, the private members’ club that enjoys use of the prime weekend slots at the recently refurbished Village Hall, has closed amid an acrimonious dispute between trustees and the licence holder, former Parish Councillor Mike Rayner.
A new award has been created to thank a long-serving member of the Colnbrook Village Hall Trustees for decades of service. Bill Jeeves, who stepped down from CVHT last year, has been presented with an engraved glass plaque and given the title of “life president”.
A Fairways Day Centre will be run from the hall in a block booking that gives the charity 28 hours of daytime usage for the foreseeable future to cater for adults with learning difficulties.
Colnbrook Village Hall’s committee remains largely unchanged following its AGM on September 18.
Colnbrook Village Hall Trust is set to hold its Annual General Meeting next week, but there are still doubts as to whether it is yet acting in the best interests of those it serves.
An Extraordinary General Meeting of the Colnbrook Village Hall Trust is to be held on Monday 28th October 2013.
Despite a few nervous faces the Annual General Meeting of the Colnbrook Village Hall Trust last night proceedings remained calm and orderly, and participants were overwhelmingly supportive of how it was conducted.
The Colnbrook Community Association has issued a rallying call to members, urging them to stand for election at Thursday’s Annual General Meeting of the Village Hall Trust.
Tireless Cllr Charles Burke may be happy at last with the announcement this week that the Village Hall Trust will hold its first AGM in as long as anybody can remember (or is prepared to admit!). But questions remain as to which village organisations will be allowed to be represented on a new committee, with the CVHT referring to 14 “eligible organisations” from a 1990 constitution that gives Bucks and Iver councils a say but excludes Colnbrook’s largest residents group.