The future looks bright for the Greenway Centre

posted 10 Nov 2014, 03:21 by Steve Smith
Many locals turn up to the Greenway Centre AGM and join the new 14 people strong management committee at the recent AGM.  The AGM was fun and those that attending feasted on a great meal supplied  by Stevie D from the Growing Spaces Community Project.  The day started with residents sharing their views on what they would like to see at the centre in the future. This was carried out by local Community Organiser Steve Smith.
The mini consultation was followed by a guided tour of the premises and the staff at Bloomers day care centre and the SEND Project were on hand to give a talk on the fantastic work they have been doing at the centre over the years
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Finally, the attendees sat down to have the AGM.  Local Councillor and Chairman of the centre Gul Khan gave a report on how the centre had performed over the past 12 months which was quite positive.  Centre Manager Rose Fearon gave an heart felt thank you to the staff at the Greenway Centre for an "above and beyond" effort over the past years.  Special thanks were also given to Paul Wilson who was instrumental in securing £70'000 from Children in Need, to fund the centres 616 youth clubs for the next 3 years.
The new committee consist of
Appointed Officers Chair - Gul Khan, Secretary-Steve Smith,  Acting Treasurer - Dave Jones, 
Associations/Organisations SEND Project (Moon Chester or Leanne Sutton).  Bloomers Day care for the Elderly (Tracey Witts, Penny Rippon or Sharon Anderson).
Standard board members, Liza Aspell, Sas Fear, Rushda Jubin, Ray Edkins, Adam Brown, Irene Rogan, Nina Bennett, Saadat Khan and Henri Baptiste.