The Feoffees and Thirteen of Tetbury
May is a busy month here in Tetbury and I would like to start by wishing the organisers of Wacky Races and Woolsack Day all the best for successful events.
By now the redecoration of The Market Hall has begun and we are doing our very best to keep any inconvenience caused to a minimum, however, if you are experiencing problems, please let us know.
Recently Thirteen member Nikki Ind and our Clerk Alison Mackay were pleased to attend the opening of the Children’s Zone at Tetbury Library, after the recent refurbishment and as you can see, the new sofa is already being put to good use by the younger members of our community. The Feoffee were pleased to be able to give a grant to the library for this refurbishment, which is a valuable community asset and used by residents of all ages.
Grass Keep – does anyone wish to apply for the grass keep in Preston Park? Due to the nature of users – Dog Walkers, Runners, Families – this probably suits cattle best. If you are interested, please contact Feoffee Will Cook.
Dates for your Diary
Community BBQ at the Millennium Green – Friday 28th June - For those of you who are new to the town or have never attended before, this is a ‘free of charge’ community event, an opportunity to meet your friends old and new and enjoy a burger or hotdog – just bring a blanket, chair, drinks and yourselves – everyone is welcome and we look forward to meeting you all there!
Beating of the Bounds – The annual walking of the boundaries of the town, followed by the presentation of
our annual accounts
Heritage Weekend – as part of this national event, The Market Hall and The Feoffee Meeting Room are open for the public with historic displays
Grants approved recently have included:
Sir William Romney School – Duke of Edinburgh Scheme
Goods Shed Piano Fund
St Mary’s Day Centre Monday Club
If you think we may be able to help you or your group with an education or training grant, please visit our website – www.thefeoffeesoftetbury.co.uk - or speak to one of our members.
Lance Vick – Chairman