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We have plans to restore the Pub with a traditional English family style bar,
We have a battle on our hands as the owner is keen to develop to demolish this historic tavern and replace it with houses, so if you are as passionate about our plans as us, then have a look at the website and join us.
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WE SMASHED IT! And have now achieved our initial target. But the more we raise the better placed we are, so let's keep going!
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Combined total of Full & Associate Members now 190
The appeal against refusal of Planning Permission on the Eastern Annexe was held ‘virtually’ on Microsoft Teams this Tues & Wed 10th & 11th November. An Inspector from the Planning Inspectorate in Bristol presided over those present: David Fielder & Justin Claybourne (who spoke only to confirm his presence) & their agent Jennifer Hubbard; HBC Read more about ‘Resisting the Appeal!’[…]
A successful AGM was conducted by email commencing at the end of October. Company reports were circulated to the entire membership. Many thanks to those members who also included comments and opinions with their returned voting forms. A vote of the membership returned a new management committee, who subsequently convened a company meeting to establish Read more about AGM Committee Vote[…]
Voting for the new Henry Jenkins Management Team must end at 17.00 this afternoon. We’re anxious to generate as many replies as possible – have you cast your votes yet? If not, please do so! Please get your skates on and vote before 5pm! If there is more than one shareholder in your house hold, Read more about Vote for your Committee!![…]
Justin Claybourn’s Appeal against the refusal of his planning application for the so-called ‘Eastern-Annexe’ of the Henry Jenkins has now been set for the 10th & 11th November. The event will take place ‘virtually’ with contributers taking part on Microsoft Teams in a meeting run by Anton Godfrey from the Planning Inspectorate. All the necessary Read more about Henry Jenkins Appeal Date 10th – 11th November.[…]
The AGM of the HJCP Ltd, delayed because of the pandemic, is now in process, taking place over a number of days ‘virtually’ by email. The formal AGM announcement and reports by the Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary have now been issued to the entire membership. As our Rules state that, at the conclusion of the Read more about HJCP Ltd – Annual General Meeting![…]
Parish Council – Casual Vacancy A Kirkby Malzeard Councillor has left the Parish Council, therefore leaving a Casual Vacancy. The options to fill this vacancy are: 1: If 10 Kirkby Malzeard residents request it by 23rd October 2020, a proper public election will take place but not until May 2021 earliest – see village Read more about A Casual Vacancy[…]
NOTICE IS GIVEN OF THE HJCP LTD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) TO BE HELD 26TH OCT 2020 How the AGM will work Due to the unusual circumstances of operating in the COVID era and the legal necessity of having to conduct an AGM, we propose to conduct the AGM via email with documents, reports and Read more about HJCPLtd AGM[…]
Supporters of the ‘Save the Henry Jenkins’ campaign may now become an Associate member of the Community Benefit Society by completing the online form posted on the Henry Jenkins website. Associate Members are not required to purchase shares but may support the campaign in other ways, for example, gardening, or welding a hammer, saw or Read more about Online Associate Membership form now posted on website![…]
The HJCP Ltd is proud to announce the launch of our Associate Membership scheme, for people who would like to support the campaign to Save the Henry Jenkins without the requirement to invest in shares. An Associate Member increases support for the campaign and receives regular updates and newsletters issued by the society . Once Read more about Want to help Save the Henry Jenkins? Become an Associate Member![…]
Coronavirus has devasted the whole country and will continue to do so for a long time yet! Perversely enough, this demonstrates why Kirkby Malzeard really needs a community pub. The name says it all – a pub that is bought by the community and refurbished by the community to serve that same community, is more Read more about Where we are now![…]