Coffee Club

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Our Coffee Club, meets once a month at The Old Rectory, Grayingham.

The Coffee Club's Chairman, Victoria Woodward, has been involved in being an active member of a Conservative Coffee Club in the Rushcliffe constituency, over the Trent, for twelve years and hopes that a similar club might be just right here.

Our Coffee Club commenced in September 2017 and meets on a monthly basis, with a break after New Year's and in the summer, and with Luncheons at Christmas and Easter.

The dates for 2019 are:-

New Year Break - No Coffee Club in January

  • Tuesday, 5th February  - Annual General Meeting
  • Tuesday, 5th March - CANCELLED
  • Tuesday, 2nd April (Easter Luncheon) - Speaker: Victoria Woodward | 'The History of Silver; and the Silversmiths Hukin & Heath' (Venue: Hemswell Court)
  • Tuesday, 7th May - Coffee Morning raising funds for the Chairman of West Lindsey District Council's charity Barnardos.
  • Tuesday, 4th June - Speaker: Mike Storr | 'Masters of Mirth'
  • Tuesday, 2nd July - CANCELLED

Summer Break - No Coffee Club in August

Membership

Membership of the Coffee Club is open to everyone and does not require a membership of the Conservative Party. The Subscription year runs from the 1st January to the 31st December each year. Individual Membership is £10 per annum (or part thereof), Joint (Shared) Membership is £12.50 per annum (or part thereof) and Family (3-4 persons at the same address) Membership is £15.00 per annum (or part thereof). Membership entitles you to a discount for Coffee Club events. You can find a form in the 'Attachments' section below.

 

Attachments

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Membership Form [PDF File] 522.28 KB

People

Giles McNeill

Leader of West Lindsey District Council
District Councillor (Nettleham ward)
Organising Secretary
Secretary and Treasurer (Coffee Club)

Giles has lived in Nettleham for just shy of three decades and attended local schools including De Aston Sixth Form at Market Rasen. Giles read for his undergraduate degree at the University of Hull and graduated in July 2004.

Sheila Bibb

Deputy Chairman (Political)
Deputy Chairman (Coffee Club)
Secretary (Gainsborough & District Branch)

Sheila’s family has lived in and around Gainsborough for about thirty years and upon retirement she decided to move here permanently and also be within easy reach of her children and grandchildren.