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The festivities commenced with a service in Church conducted by the Rector, the form being the cliffoord used at St. The afternoon was devoted to sports for children and adults, prizes being given for each event.
In a large barn kindly lent by Mr. Bluck, the children sat down to tea, and afterwards received Jubilee mugs at the hands of Mr. At 6 o'clock all the adults were entertained to a dinner which comprised a plentitude of good old English fare. After the meal, there was an excellent entertainment which took the form of conjuring and ventriloquism. The day ended with a large bonfire on Martins Hill and the fine display of fireworks. To commemorate the Jubilee, slut the afternoon Mr.
Rees-Mogg opened the new Village Hall which will be a great acquisition as the village has been without a hall for over two years.
Rees-Mogg's death that a meeting was called at the Jubilee Hall and the Minutes of that meeting presented a sorry picture. The Jubilee Hall was in an unhappy situation. Expenses were heavy and there was no possibility of a reduction in hire charges. The Rector, Rev Cecil Lake suggested that an extension could be made to build an additional room for general purposes. A Dodd, Mr. Radbourne, Mr. By 21st Marchthe Hall had received the gift of a water heater in the kitchen from Miss M.
Adams, but there was an urgency for external painting of the Hall, but no money available. And init was agreed to start Bingo at the Hall. At last plans for the exterior or interior of the building were in hand! On 28th March it was reported the MEB were in the process of re-wiring, and the builders had completed the porch roof. But now another problem had occurred, eight feet of dry rot and decay in the Hall floor.
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And this section needed complete re-flooring. In April the WI came to the rescue and thoroughly gave the Hall a good clean-over — cleaning and polishing the Jubilee Hall floor, window sills and kitchen. Ullyatt would be asked to keep on with this appointment and would be accepted onto the PCC. Now things were happening fast, slute by June the Hall were purchasing material for new stage drapes and Mrs. Bramwell and Mrs.
Ulyatt had agreed to make them. Pauline Ullyatt. Then on 31st MayMrs. Ullyatt reported that new curtains had been fixed to the hall windows and the trestle tables were being repaired.
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The new window curtains and pelmets were already in position In the door curtains in the Hall had been made and hung by Mrs. Ullyatt at the suggestion of Mrs. Kingston who saw the need for a blackout when films or slides were shown. As the Rectory was a place where many Church meetings took place, arrangements had to be made to have a room or rooms added to the Jubilee Hall. Gloucester was asked if we could employ our own Architect to do alterations with any plans being sent to Gloucester for their consideration.
They in turn will let us know how much they would be prepared to allow us, towards the cost. And from the Minutes of 15th Julythe Minutes read It was agreed to accept his ideas for the toilets and the Committee room, but to ask if it was possible to extend this room to make a private office for the Rector.
It was also decided to ask him if he could sketch his ideas for the kitchen and to suggest to him the possibility of moving the stairs to the other side of the stage to allow for expansion to the kitchen there. Ullyatt and L Salmon, Mrs. Hancox and Mrs. Bramwell will meet to discuss the proposed alterations to the Hall on 30th September, and these plans will be discussed with Mr.
Winston Walker. The plans will be brought to our next Council meeting.
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Dr Bramwell will go to see the Planning Department at the Council to see if our ideas would need any modification before they would be allowed to be passed, and then we should press Gloucester to see how much they will be prepared to put up. Bramwell discussed this with local Planning Department who preferred we put a pitch roof instead of a flat one on the new extension. Locap will put up the cost, but he had had the plans revised and they were now ready to be forwarded to Gloucester together with the estimated costs.
Bramwell would forward them together with a letter being sent to the Rector Canon Hawkins and Mr.
Ullyatt giving arguments for the necessity for this extension due to the closure of our Rectory, and asking for considerable help with the cost. And a fete was planned for 16th June for funds towards the cost of the Hall alterations.
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We agreed to accept and Dr. Bramwell will write to them. He will also see W. Walker to see if we can nulify the costs and get the plans in for passing. Thanks to Mrs. Ullyatt for all her work she and her husband chambera at the Hall.
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Winston Walker checking these over with surveyor and Moss' tender being the lowest will be ed. George Baisley, the Hall extension at long last being completed and the furnishings now under way, Mrs. Bramwell kindly making up the curtains fr the extension.
The main hall floor was to be professionally cleaned and sealed now that all building was complete. The decorating of the main hall to be left until it was known how much Gloucester are paying of the extension and how much we may have to pay. When the Hall was completely paid up by Gloucester, it was agreed to have an official opening by the Archdeacon. The Rector's Office to be the only responsibility of the Church Funds. Bramwell to get these insured.
Then in May Dennis and Lawrence Salmon started on this work on 18th September that year Mrs.
As there were sufficient funds in the Hallit was decided to go ahead with painting the main body of the Hall. Materials supplied for sides, and working party to lay this. Electrics - L. Salmon thought it would be a large job to put electrics all on one wall. This to be left until kitchen is done. Floor not done. Dennis Reynolds to investigate this and report. Painting not done — now to be left until roof insulation done. Tables and chairs — extra chairs bought.
New cups had been bought to replace badly chipped ones. On 20th February it was reported that Dennis Reynolds and Lawrence Salmon had completed the Hall roof insulation and they had enough material left to do both sides of the stage roof and thanks were extended to them for completing this work.
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Hall floor — Dennis Reynolds had this in hand and hopes to be able to report on this at the next meeting. Cleaner left chamners AGM as Dr. He was thanked from the chair. Lawrence Salmon took over the job of Secretary Caretaker in May Rees-Mogg introduced the W.
Some of these slutts were from abroad as the party was part of a worldwide celebration of the Associated County Women of the World. The lady-villagers who attended, walked down the drive back home unanimous in two things:- "Yes - it was a lovely party" and "We must start a Womens Institute in our village" Unfortunately, the War intervened, and it wasn't until that, at last a W. Timperly the village head-teacher as treasurer. Miss Dodd with her great music ability, trained a choir of members for carol singing, and of course, she made sure that every member could sing with confidence at the beginning of each monthly meeting, the stirring words and music of 'Jerusalem'.
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