On Wednesday 22nd July Shona Hadwen, Clerk to the Hughenden Parish Council will be leaving us to return to Scotland.
Shona has been a great support locally, and to the Hughenden Valley Residents Association in particular, regularly forwarding important relevant information.
She will be missed by many of us.
On Wednesday Shona will be handing over to the new Clerk, Melanie Woof, who has worked as Deputy Chair Officer for BALC, which Parish Councils refer to for directives. She has also been a Chair of a Parish Council and will start here immediately.
We would like to wish Shona a happy future in the Isles of Scotland. Our loss is their gain.
Melanie, despite her valuable experience will find it a challenge to arrive during our down time of Covid-19, as well as liaison with the new Buckinghamshire Council, the gradually fading District Council and changes to CAPS.
Welcome and good Luck.
Angus and Janet (Co-chairs, Hughenden Valley Residents Association)
With the reopening of the remaining four of Buckinghamshire’s household recycling centres on May 29 using local traffic control schemes to manage any queuing, the full recycling centre network has now been running for over a week and has settled into its ‘new normal’ mode of operating.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2020 will be held as soon as is practicable under Covid-19 lockdown regulations.
The position of Chair has been held jointly by Angus & Janet Idle for the past six years and they have now decided to step down for a well-earned rest.
Consequently, we are looking for a new Chair or joint Chairs who can inspire us with good leadership qualities and can drive forward the aims and objects of the HVRA.
Nomination papers are available from the Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org), also on the HVRA web page (https://hughendenresidents.org/ ) & published in the Hughenden News.
Full details are here.
24th March 2020. The HVRA produces The Hughenden News magazine & the Spring 2020 edition has been prepared for printing. However due to the fast moving situation with Covid-19 & the need for social distancing the actual printing has been postponed until we can be sure of safe ways to carry out the distribution.
Due to Covid-19, several of our meetings are at risk of cancellation:
7th April 2020 – cancelled
5th May 2020 – cancelled
19th May – AGM – subject to change
Dear Potential Quizzers and Supporters of the Hughenden Valley Potter Cup Quiz,
Next year will be the second year in recent times anyway, that the Potter Cup Quiz has been run in the Spring. In March of this year the event was incredibly successful because of your support and it would be great to get the same level of support for 2020.
The 2020 quiz is on SATURDAY 14th MARCH
Once again I’m pleased to advise that we have maintained the price at only £10 per person and this includes the good quality buffet. Please remember that the proceeds from the Potter Quiz are ‘ring fenced’ by the HVRA for the Senior Citizens function which will be held later in the year.
More details of the 2020 Potter Quiz event are:
- DATE: Saturday 14th March 2020
- TIME: 7.00 for 7.30 prompt start
- THEME: ‘2020 VISION’
- COST: £10 per head, which will include a good quality buffet
- TEAM SIZE: Maximum number of 8 please
- TEAM NAME: Your choice
- FANCY DRESS (Linked to the Theme): Optional
- DRINKS: Bring your own drinks & glasses
If you would like to put in a team even at this early stage, perhaps you would advise me together with the likely numbers so that we can organise food, etc. If there is possibility of it being oversubscribed I will of course let you know.
In the meantime If you do have any related queries please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Thanks again for your support
Please make sure that all our older residents know about this event.
It will take place in the Village hall, doors open at 5.00 p.m. and runs until 8.30 p.m.
There will be food and drinks and entertainment.
Forms for registering will be circulated, but it does no harm to let your Road Representative know that you’d like to come along.
The AGM will be held in the Small Hall.
Agenda to follow shortly.
An important item this year is that the post of Treasurer will become vacant as the current incumbent is stepping down. If any one is interested then they should make themselves known to the chair, see our contacts page.
We also need an Editor for the Magazine which is produced 3 times a year.
The deadline for submissions to the spring edition of the magazine is 2nd March 2019.
Please submit copy text, contributions, photographs etc. to email@example.com
For advertisers – for this edition please send any enquiries, payments for orders, etc. to the firstname.lastname@example.org