Kirk Ireton Community Association public meeting and what happens next…
Glyn called this meeting and was accompanied by Mac, Sue and Keith. Glyn opened the meeting saying it was about the future of KICA and explaining how the four of them had felt compelled to draw attention to the fact that too few people were involved in the association. All four intended to withdraw from the KICA committee. Continue reading
7.30 pm – Village Hall Wednesday 27th March
After the public notice to wind up Kirk Ireton Community Association (KICA), the committee have been contacted with suggestions by a number of villagers. The main theme is that something should be done to ensure that this, or some other body should continue the good works that so benefit village life.
As a result we have decided to arrange a public meeting where the outgoing committee can explain why they have taken this course of action whilst allowing other members of the community to share their views and to explore if there is any workable alternatives.
If you cannot attend this very important meeting that could have repercussions on other aspects of village life then please either send a friend or neighbour with you idea or suggestion.
As previously communicated KICA has already given a promise to financially support certain events and we would appreciate it if anyone could also be able to offer their support in making the future evenings a success.
The future events are:
- The film night “’South Pacific” – 1st June (main sponsor Malcolm Race)
- Village Ceilidh – 8th June (including the cost of the marquee).
- Any expenses incurred by the newly formed Rattling Bog village ceilidh band
- Pay for Belper Morris if they attend this or another event in June.
- Pay for the Trinity Sunday brass band for 2013 (TBC after the meeting – 2nd June)
As a consequence there will no longer be an undertaking for any of the current KICA committee members to organise:
- Wakes day 8th June
- Wakes week events 1st – 8th June
- Insurance for any events staged that week
- Halloween evening
- Firework event
- Carols round the tree
- Christmas Tree erection & decoration
- Party in the Park & Family days on the field
- Christmas quiz
- Any themed community events previously used to raise funds for KICA
It is our intention that if there is no commitment from a new collective of village residents then we begin to wind up KICA and once all financial commitments have been met look to distribute the remaining funds so we can close the existing KICA bank accounts. Please direct any questions you may have to me at any of the places shown below.
Alport View, email@example.com Home 371813, mobile 07561 306510 , work 07778 650360
Treasurer – Sue Bold
Secretary and Diary – Tony McLennan (AKA Mac)
This is an update to all the events happening during Wakes Week and on Wakes Day plus some other important information.
Wakes Week Update
Attached are the following Wakes flyers:
• Final programme for Wakes Week and Wakes Day
• Engineering Challenge flyer
• Film Night flyer
A gallery of photos from Kirk Ireton’s Big Breakfast – 4th Feb 2012
The first Village Rounders & Picnic event was judged a success by all those that attended. A common theme of the comments received was – “it is really good to have an event that allows both children and adults to get involved”.
After about 90 minutes of Rounders we all relaxed with our picnics, snacks and drinks and shared stories of summer camping expeditions and other local events both past and future. So if you couldn’t get to this years event then look out for the 2012 gathering as it is really worth jotting that date in your diaries. If anybody took pictures of the event please forward them to our new Photo Editor.
The next family event with picnic will be on the 11th September (Grandparents day apparently!) on the village field. I hope to see you all around 2pm for Petanque. French dress is optional but French wine and bread are mandatory!
Voyezvous, là Votre Ami.
The Garden Party at the Beehive originally arranged for July 17th was postponed due to the weather until September 4th. However, it is now apparent that very few of the people who usually help to operate the event are able to be present.
So reluctantly the event is now being cancelled. September 4th is now certain to be a lovely sunny day.
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday 14th September in the Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.
This month’s speaker is Nick Lockett on Photography.
Anita Butt on 01335 370495
The Book Group will meet in the Barley Mow at 8:30 on Wednesday 14 September to discuss Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell. Everyone is welcome to join.
Saturday: Film at the KIC (Kirk Ireton Cinema) – Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Sunday: Trinity Sunday band: Holymoorside Brass Band
Monday: The Thomas Walker Cup Darts competition
- Mens winner R. Spencer
- Mens RU S.Brooks
- Ladies winner V. Thompson-Browne
- Ladies RU J.Beech
- Juniors winner J.Ford
- Juniors RU B.Ford
Tuesday: Two events Village Football & Tingle Factor
Result – Uppards 6 – 5 Downards
The Tingle Factor
|Maggie Jones||Sang – Amazing Grace|
|Tony McLennan aka Mac||Imagine – John Lennon|
|Mike Walsh||The May Morning Dew – the KeanesGoodbye pork Pie Hat – Bert Jansch & John Renbourn|
|Sister Merle||The cattle Song – Fanshaws African Sanctus|
|George Tyler||In your atmosphere (live) – John Mayer|
|Kath Stevens||Mothers Birthday Song – Daniel O’Donnell|
Polyphony & Puddings – Songs from the Shows by “The Ashbourne Singers” in the Holy Trinity Church
The Jacques Tati Medal was won by the Mac & Lucy aka the McLennan family.
Welly Wanging Contest
1st Josh Middleton – 44.7m
2nd Mikey Bevan- Beirne – 33.6m
3rd Frances Cammiss Low – 33m
1st Alex Middleton – 75.4m
2nd Chris Knowles – 74.6m
3rd Angus Duncan (aka Iggi’s dad) – 71.6m
Jean Mayfield Cup and saucer short story competition
Winner – Christopher Martlew
Highly Commended were Emily Heron & Francis Cammis Low
Call My Bluff – the panel v the audience
The panel were Lewis, Ron & Sarah – a narrow victory of 5-4 in favour of the panel.
Fun Run winner of the “Stan Smith Kirk Ireton Wakes Memorial trophy was:
1st Dick Hargreaves in a time of 17mins 13 seconds
2nd Sam Edwards 17mins 36 seconds
3rd Kevin Spencer 18mins 02 seconds
Surprise Celebrity Quiz – Robbie Williams & Barry Bingo
Jane Newsham cup winners were “Team Fusby ” who were Sarah Burkinshaw, Sorcha Mayes,GeorgiaBrookes, Liz Stafford , Russ Nairne, Mimi & Bridget Fletcher, Alan Greatorex & Alan Rose.
Wakes Day Events
Floats: Winner KICA with “Alice in Wonderland”
The School : Oliver Twist, The Morrison’s family: Super Heros & The Bevan Beirne’s Moulin Rouge troop.
1st Moulin Rogue Girls – Nicky, Jess & Whizzy
2nd Sherlock Holmes and Watson – Ben & Mikey Bevan Beirne
3rd Super Heroes – the Morrison family
Lewis & Grace
BMW Marching Brass Band.
Kirk Ireton Gold Cluck
Winner: ‘Doughnuts’ a West Sussex White run by Kate Grace from the ‘Grace’ coup of Milford.
Winner: Lucy Burton (aka McLennan)
The Longcliffe Engineering Challenge
Best Looking (pimped) vehicle: Angus & Iggi Duncan
Furthest travelled vehicle: Lucy Knowles
Fastest Vehicle: Sion & Steffan Edwards
The Soapbox Challenge – Sadly No Entries
Best Looking Wheelbarrow: Iain Low & Francis Cammis Low
Fastest (due to lane infringement) – Edward Watson & Sam Edwards
Kirk Ireton Raffle Prize Winners
Main prize of £100 – Tony Sharpe (from Brassington)