If you are like me and my family, we seldom carry much cash any more. Payments are made either by card or mobile phone.
We believe that our users would welcome the convenience of making payments electronically and are introducing a few trial sessions to gauge popularity before making a full commitment as, with so many things these days, a cost is involved for the Community Centre.
Our first trial will be on Friday 27th September for film Night when film tickets may be purchased in this manner. No receipt will be given but should a customer wish, we can email or text one to them.
Saturday 28th September, we will be trialing card payment at the bar when Bandersnatch will be performing.
If the concept proves popular, we shall investigate the implementation of card/contactless payment for the majority of our events.
7th May at 19:30 will see our AGM take place at Tarvin Community Centre. Anyone is free to come along, here about our finances, how the past year has gone and, perhaps, proposals for the future and find out just what we do.
This is also the ideal time to take on fresh blood and ideas with new members. No one that attends is under any pressure to join our ranks but if you think you have a little something to offer, we certainly could do with some new ‘blood’. Most of the committee members have served for several years and our ideas have become stale and could do with some ‘pepping up’. I’m sure there must be a plethora of ideas for activities we could offer. Do you think you could spare just a little time and/or ideas to continue the successful running of the centre?
We will have a vacancy for someone to promote performing arts. If you have an interest in the theatre, this could be an interesting, rewarding role but need not take up too much of your time.
Why not have an informal chat with any of the committee members, or call our Chairman, Alan (before he retires!) for an informal chat? 07851 631010
Remaining committee members will vote in a replacement Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer Booking Officer in a brief meeting following the AGM. This is when would also welcome other committee members
The much-anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed, global box office phenomenon that started it all, “The LEGO (R) Movie 2: The Second Part,” reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are now facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO (R) invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than it can be rebuilt. The battle to defeat the invaders and restore harmony to the LEGO universe will take Emmet (Chris Pratt), Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett) and their friends to faraway, unexplored worlds, including a strange galaxy where everything is a musical. It will test their courage, creativity and Master Building skills, and reveal just how special they really are.
Refurbishments to the main hall have already commenced. A new, more secure walkway has been installed by our team of trusty volunteers.
A new scaffolding type rail will be installed by professionals at the same time as the ceiling is replaced. The old tiles will be removed and better, acoustic tiles will be fitted. We hope to modify the lighting system too. This work will mean the hall will be closed to all activities for the week commencing Monday 17th December and will re-open for the last film night of the year on Friday 21st December. All regular users have been informed and accommodated elsewhere wherever possible.
The hall will then be closed again for part of the week commencing 7th January when we shall be having some thermal, electrically controlled blinds fitted to the windows. This will make it much easier to black out for shows and to keep warmth in, but also, we hope, to keep it a little cooler should we experience some more hot summers
We apologise for this necessity and will endeavor to keep disruption to a minimum
We now have a large TV in the foyer area of the Community Centre. Events such as films and theatre produced by ourselves will be advertised on here, along with our calendar of availability. However, anyone with a regular class or event at TCC can also get their message out there.
You should have all received an explanatory letter from Sue with details. The adverts appear randomly, last approx 10 seconds and can appear for as long as you require.
People are really noticing the TV now so what an excellent way to inform prospective customers. Advertisements will be designed professionally by Ross at Flummoxed, (a computer, technical and web design company), in collaboration with the advertiser, maintaining consistency of format and appearance. There will be a small charge for this.
There will be contact details for Flummoxed from that page too
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