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Welcome to you all

 

Roseland Festival AGM

Roseland Inn, Philleigh

Wednesday 28th  January 2015 at 7.30pm

 Refreshments  from  7pm !

 

We will be having our Annual General Meeting  at  the Roseland Inn Philleigh at 7.30 on Wednesday 28th January.

We  are looking forward to welcoming new faces as well as regular supporters with a glass of wine and a bite or two to nibble.

Apart from the normal business of reports and electing a committee we also, as always , have an open discussion. This is an ideal time for people to give their ideas of what they would like to be included in 2016 , and what they would like to be omitted!! (please note as already publicised there is no Festival in 2015 )

 

Agenda

Record of attendance.

  1. Apologies for absence.
  2. Minutes of the 2014 AGM for approval.
  3. Matters arising.
  4. Chairman’s Report.
  5. Treasurer’s Report.
  6. Members and Sponsors Report.
  7. Election of Committee.
  8. Plans and proposals for Roseland Festival 2015
  9. Any Other Business.

 

Registered Charity Number –1120596                        Chairman – Andy Thomas

2016 Festival is Saturday 23rd April -Saturday 7th May 2016

We are also very happy to hear from anyone interested who may like to come on the committee or to support the Festival in a more background role.

Roseland Festival. 2015/6

Nomination Form for a Committee Member

I would like to nominate……………………………………………………….

as a member of the Roseland Festival Committee

Proposed by…………………………………………………….

Seconded by…………………………………………………………

Nominations must be received by the Secretary, Bev Hadden

4 The Park ,Tregony,TR2 5PY or b.hadden@btinternet.com by  Wednesday 21st  January.

Roseland Festival Review 2014

After two lively and entertaining weeks, the curtain has come down on the 9th Roseland Festival.  The events were very well attended and audiences, walkers and those who went on safari have expressed their enjoyment of the standard of performance of musicians, actors, poets and guides and the interesting information that they received from the speakers.  “An entertaining and intriguing play”,  “What beautiful music and wonderfully played”,  “I never realized that women were so involved with the RNLI in the early days”, “The poets made me laugh and then really made me think with the World War I poetry” are only some of the comments that were overheard as people left venues all around the Roseland.

Some of the events were completely sold out, which meant that some people were disappointed that they were unable to attend.  James Thomas’ 60 Years of Farming, Michael Morpurgo’s Stories of World War I and the BAFTA film talk fell into this category, as did Ivor Bowditch’s Clay Pits Safaris and the Geological Trail with Professor Colin Bristow.  Those that missed out this time will have to make sure that they get their bookings in early next time!

Talking of which, the Committee have decided to move the Festival from the Autumn to the Spring.  There will not be a Festival in 2015 as time is too short to get everything in place, so the next Festival will be in Spring 2016.  Exact details of the dates will be publicised well in advance.

 

The Committee would like thank the members, sponsors and everyone who supported the Festival so enthusiastically and look forward to seeing you at the AGM and you all again at the 10th Festival in Spring 2016.