The AGM will be on 19th April.
Next fund raising event is a “Race Night” on 12th May. Sounds like fun, more details see the special page on this site. N.B. Some of you may have noticed that due to unforseen circumstances this event is now 1 week later than originally planned. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
New heating system
Apologies to hall users who have had trouble with the new heating system. Now we have a new noticeboard we will put up some instructions, and contact information for committee members available to help.
New Kitchen Doors
Warm thanks to PlasTech who fitted us a new kitchen door for free!
Afternoon Tea great success
The Silverdale Ladies organised an afternoon tea in February which raised over £900 to help fund our ongoing building development plans as described elsewhere on this page.
Web site address changed
Web site address changed. Our URL is now silverdalevillageinstitute.org.uk ( not .co.uk as it was before)
Donation from Silverdale Players
Thank you to the Silverdale Village Players for their genourous donation of £600 from the pantomime raffle.
Fund Raising Meeting
The committee held a special meeting to discuss fund raising on November 30th. Lots of good ideas, and a few wacky ones. See which ones come to pass in 2018.
The committee has a number of plans to improve the building in the pipeline these are
- Boiler replacement
- Roof repairs
- Kitchen refurbishment
- Ramp for entrance
- New disabled toilet
Funding for these is largely dependent on succesful bids for grants to various bodies. Watch this space.
Hall charges changed
The charge for use of the hall is now £6.00/ hour.
B4RN Connection Deferred
Anyone who has been in the field recently will have seen all the B4RN activity, bringing “Route 3” to the centre of the village. However the committee has decided that at the moment there is no business case to justify the expense of a connection, and our finances do not justify us subsidising it.
Trees and Bulbs
Thanks to Graham for planting trees around the edge of the field. Looking forward to seeing them develop in the next few years. They are designed to provide “all year round colour”. There are also bulbs planted by the “Ladies” which we look forward to seeing putting on a display in the spring.