Yetton Together AGM Agenda

                               Yetton Together AGM 28.11.2017 – 7.30pm

                                         Kirkheaton Community Centre

  Agenda

Apologies –

Reports from previous AGM to today
Minutes of previous AGM
Chairs report on activities over the year
Financial report of year

The Coming Year
Resignations of any trustees including 3 members of trustees stand down
(but are available for re election)
Election of new trustees
Election of Officers

Chairs closing remarks

Mince pies & mulled wine available at the end of business

 

Road closure – Church Lane

It is intended that Church Lane, between the New Rectory Parish Centre and the Beaumont Arms will be closed by Kirklees week commencing 20th Nov.
I believe that we will  still be able to use the car park to the Parish Centre but please be aware  that for those who attend groups there will, no doubt, be disruption.
The purpose of the road closure is to give the Church a permanent telephone land line and
internet access to the Church, which will be a great benefit to them.

Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your support.

New bus service for Kirkheaton

There will be a change to the  371 bus service to Dalton from Monday 11th December 2017
First Buse Services write:
We will be extending  the 371 service to allow an extension from Dalton to Kirkheaton Terminus via Crossley Lane, School Lane, St Mary’s Lane, Shop Lane, Town Road in both directions.

This extension will operate Monday – Saturday daytime, and will offer a twenty minute service between Kirkheaton – Dalton – Moldgreen – Huddersfield – HRI – Lindley.

Timetables will be available online very soon, if you need any further information, please contact me on the means below.

Stuart Fillingham | Network Manager (West Yorkshire)
First, Hunslet Park, Donisthorpe Street, Leeds, LS10 1PL
tel: 0113 381 5056 | mobile: 07812383881 | email: stuart.fillingham@firstgroup.com

Visit to the British Library at Boston Spa

Nineteen volunteers from Kirkheaton Library (pictured) visited the British Library at Boston Spa, built on the site of a former munitions factory in early November. Whilst the site retains certain original features it is well landscaped and sympathetic to the environment.
The volunteers split into two groups of ten and were escorted by tour guides Denise and Darren.
The first location was the “Flashback lab” which contained out of date computer systems. This allowed access to redundant storage media and conversion to modern formats.
Our next location was the impressive  Automated Building which takes any published works and stores them in a safe environment. To avoid fire damage the storage section is maintained with a low oxygen atmosphere which does not support combustion and therefore eliminates the need for conventional fire protection systems. Books and publications are stored in special crates which are transported to an operator who removes the publication and the crate is then returned to its original location.
The system is totally automatic once the required publication has been selected on the computer. The item is then despatched to the customer either in the reading room, as a partial photocopy or by post to the British Library in London or other destination. The storage hold 7 million items and operates 20 hrs/day. The growth rate for new publications is 12 linear kilometres per year which means that further units are being planned.
In addition there is conventional storage for less important items where duplicates are available elsewhere. The library has modern AO scanners where books or periodicals can be scanned or posters made for special events.

Availability of books and document titles can be checked by consulting their online catalogues.

Finally Boston Spa is one of five “Legal Deposit Libraries “ in the UK where one copy of everything printed is sent for digitisation and storage. The decision for deciding which library holds the copies is made at Boston Spa. Hopefully our own Yetton News will soon be available there!

Our volunteers were grateful for the support received from “One 17 Design” to help subsidising our travel costs.
                                                             John Taylor [Friends of Kirkheaton Library]

 

Community Christmas Raffle

This year we are getting together with other communities in the Dalton Ward for a major raffle.
Tickets are available for your group to sell or for individuals to buy.  Every ticket you sell generates 75p profit for our group, the other 25p goes towards producing the tickets, posters and prizes.  Yetton Together/Kirkheaton Community Centre are donating a Pamper Hamper but there are lots more prizes – the top prize being £200 cash.

Tickets are available to purchase from the Community Centre. Draw takes place on 9 December 2017 at the United Reform Church (Dalton).

If you think you are able to take a few books to sell contact Lorna Idle email:  l.idle1@virginmedia.com

or Trish Mellor trish.mellor@yettontogether.org

 

What’s on in November

Saturday 4th Annual Family Bonfire & Fireworks at the Parish Centre from 6.30pm, Fireworks at 7pm.
Thursday 9th – Yetton Hub Meal – Golden Fleece, Blackley, 7.30pm (call Bev to book 07708 999 728).
Saturday 11thUnited Church Christmas Fayre, 10am – 2pm.
Sunday 12thRemembrance Service, Parish Church at 10.30am.
Sunday 12th ‘Messy Church’ for children and families at United Church at 3.30 & 5.30pm
Tuesday 14thYetton Hub Speaker Evening.  Robert Williams ‘When the Sun ate the Moon’ 7.30pm Community Centre. £2.50 pay on the door.
Saturday 18thYetton Together Christmas Fair at Community Centre, 10am – 2pm.
Saturday 18thMurder Mystery Night, including a two course meal at Kirkheaton Church.  Tickets and further details available from 01484 531449.
Monday 20thYetton Hub Trip to Chatsworth Christmas Market & House (fully booked).
Wednesday 22nd Yetton Hub Theatre Trip ‘Fat Friends’ at Grand Theatre, Leeds (fully booked).
Saturday 25th Kirkwood Hospice Support Group Christmas Fayre at United Church 2- 4pm.
Tuesday 28th– Yetton Together AGM 7.30pm Community Centre – Followed by mince pies and mulled wine
Thursday 30th History Group Talk, ‘Improve your Genealogy’ at Community Centre, Fields Rise, 7.30pm. £2.50 on the door.

What’s on Regulars
Weekly
Monday
Art Class, Community Centre 1.30 – 4pm £6. Call Lorna Idle 07905 073982
Mindfulness Meditation Sessions, Community Centre, 7.30 – 9pm.  Call Tim on 07837 128 611
Tuesday
Hatha Yoga, Community Centre 1.30 – 2.30pm £5. Call Michael Sharp 01924 510360
Tai Chi, Community Centre, 3 -4pm.  Call Nicola 07742 528052
Wednesday
Coffee Plus (term time only – toys, activities for children and coffee & chat for their parents/carers), Kirkheaton Parish Centre, from 9am
Chair Exercise (for people who may find difficulty going to a traditional gym – all ages and abilities welcome), Community Centre, 2 – 3.30pm. £3. Call Sylvia Longbottom 01924 525528.
Tai Chi, Community Centre, 7 – 8pm. Call Nicola 07742 528052
Senior Citizens Club (over 55s) United Church 7.15pm for entertainment, talks etc..£2.50. Call David Lock 01484 302768
Thursday
Yetty’s Coffee Shop, Community Centre (Fresh Coffee and Homemade Cakes) 2.30 – 4.30pm
Knit & Natter, Community Centre, 2-4pm just come along and join in.
‘The Health Walk’ (~1 hour) meet at the Parish Centre Car Park at 2pm followed by tea & cake in the church until 4pm.
T@2, Kirkheaton Parish Church 2pm – a hot drink and a piece of home made cake.
Local & Family History Group, Community Centre 6 -7pm.  Call Roger on 07837 412070
Friday
Yetty’s Coffee Shop, Community Centre (Fresh Coffee and Homemade Cakes) 3.00 – 4.30pm
Children’s Story Time, under 5’s 2pm Library
Lego Club, Community Centre, 3.30- 4.30pm
Krash Kids (activities and fun, term time only), 5-11 yr olds, Kirkheaton Parish Centre, from 6.30pm.  Call Claire on 01484 531449 for more info.
Saturday
Yetty’s Coffee Shop, Community Centre (Fresh Coffee and Homemade Cakes) 10.30am – 12.30pm
Creative Crafts, Community Centre, 10.30 – 12.30 learning and sharing crafting skills.  (Contact Trish 07858 223 854)

Monthly
1st Tuesday – Flower Arranging, Community Centre, 7pm £6.  Call Diane on 07946 400240
1st Thursday -Young at Heart (activities & discussion), Parish Centre from 1.30pm.  Call Claire on 01484 531449 if you need a lift
2nd TuesdayMid-Week Service (all welcome), Kirkheaton Parish Church, 10.30am
2nd Tuesday – Yetton Hub Monthly Speaker, Community Centre, 7.30pm, just turn up, £2.50 on the door.  Call Bev 07708 999 728.
2nd Wednesday – Mother’s Union (with guest speaker), Parish Centre at 2pm.  Call Jan Miller on 01484 322441 for more info.
2nd Thursday – Senior Fellowship, Parish Centre at 1.30pm.  Call Claire on 01484 531449 for more info.
3rd Tuesday – Yetton Together Forum meeting & 200 Club draw, Community Centre, 7.30pm Community Centre
3rd Thursday – Young at Heart Club (home cooked meal), Parish Centre at 10.30pm £4. Afternoon session from 1.30 £2 – includes light refreshments Call Claire on 01484 531449 for more info.
3rd Saturday – Bible Breakfast Club (for families) – toast and cereals followed by a shared story and crafts, Kirkheaton Parish Church, 9.30-10.30.
Last Monday – Kirkheaton Bookworms – reading group in Library 7.15 pm. Contact Lesley 01484 313019
Last Thursday – History Group talk, Community Centre, 7.30pm, £2.50 pay at door