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Open Evening and AGM, Thursday,

 

November 10th, Marcham School, 7.30pm

An open meeting—open to all residents of Marcham—to discuss the latest progress on community facilities and the way forward will be held at Marcham School, on Thursday 10th November, starting at 7:30 pm. This will include a presentation on the latest stage of the project to build new community facilities, and proposed management arrangements for the new facilities. The meeting will also provide an opportunity to ask questions about the project and how we are progressing with the design details. The meeting will also include a brief formal AGM for Marcham Community Group, including accounts and election of director/trustees—members will receive separate notice of this. We will also discuss the future role of MCG and fund-raising ideas to support the new facilities. We are keen to encourage as many people as possible to come and hear about progress with these developments and to contribute to the next stages of the project. We are inviting you to renew your membership again to support our efforts and we are also looking for help with fundraising. We continue to be grateful for the support of all our members and of the wider village — it is much appreciated — many thanks!

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Apple Day 16 October 2016
12 noon - 4pm in the school

We raised £200 for community facilities despite some off-putting weather early in the day.

Apple Day 16 October 2016

 

Marcham Community Street Party - Q90B

The Marcham community event to mark the 90th birthday of Her Majesty the Queen was a great success, despite the interesting weather on the day. A small corps of hardy souls even managed to eat lunch in the street under umbrellas—defying the downpour of rain.

Q90B

Perhaps the biggest success of the day was the Q90B Dog Show—a fun event for all, with some very accommodating dogs showing off their owners in hot sunshine!

In total, we raised £690 in donations towards community facilities during the event. Marcham Community Group would like to thank everyone who donated, helped or supported the event.

MCG thanks Marcham Parish Council and the Harding Trust for start-up grants.