Category Archives: HVRA

Bucks Council – Community Boards

Press Release from Buckinghamshire Council, 08 September 2020

Get involved in shaping your local community

Buckinghamshire’s 16 new Community Boards officially launch this week as the first public-facing meetings with local communities take place. 

The community boards have been created to bring the new council and communities together, giving people the opportunity to speak up and get actively involved in improving their local area. They now have a key role in helping local areas to recover from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Full details

HVRA Annual General Meeting 17th September 2020

The AGM will take place via Zoom, starting at 7.15 p.m. to allow people to establish their Zoom connection, the meeting proper will start at 7.30 p.m.

AGM Agenda and Nominations Form   Although the form states that nominations must be received in advance, our Constitution does allow nominations on the day.

HVRA unconfirmed Minutes for 2019

Treasurer’s Report 2019-20

HVRA CONSTITUTION – Amendments for 2020

Items from the AGM of 2019, that require approval:

Unconfirmed AGM Minutes from 18th May 2018

Chairs report at AGM 2018

Treasurer’s report for the AGM May18

Treasuere’s report for the AGM July 2019

Call for volunteers to stand as Chair of HVRA

Nomination forms for any of the Officers (Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Vice-Chair) are also available from the Secretary (secretary@hughendenresidents.org ). Note that the current joint-Chairs wish to stand down so if you are interested please step up! More details are here..

The Great British September Clean

Buckinghamshire Council has pledged to support this year’s Great British September Clean, a campaign run by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.

The campaign, usually known as the Great British Spring Clean, was postponed in March due to Coronavirus and has been rescheduled for 11-27 September 2020. Over 600,000 people countrywide have promised to give up their time and take action to clean up Britain’s streets, parks and beaches.

Full details are here.

Hail & Farewell – Clerks at Hughenden Parish Council

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)

HVRA Annual General Meeting 2020

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 (secretary@hughendenresidents.org), also on the HVRA web page (https://hughendenresidents.org/ ) & published in the Hughenden News.

Full details are here.

Hughenden News

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.