A New Committee

Several long-serving members of the Management Committee retired at the AGM in November 2017 – including Mike Wood (Chair), Adrian Hinchcliffe (Secretary) and Keith Robson. These three stalwarts have been with the Consortium since 2007, when the Consortium was initiated and their retirement represents a great loss of knowledge and experience.  Mike, Adrian and Keith …

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The Consortium’s 2016 AGM!

The Consortium’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 10th November 2016, commencing at 7.00pm at Riding Mill Parish Hall. The Committee hopes that your organisation will be able to send a representative, an d we look forward to seeing you at the meeting. The Agenda and Minutes of the previous General Meetings are available here: …

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The 2014 AGM at Riding Mill

The 6th Annual General Meeting of the Consortium was held on Tuesday 21 October 2014 at Riding Mill Parish Hall, and attracted an audience of 23 members, as well as our visiting speakers Louise Currie (CAN), and Bernard Hammick (HallMaster). The Treasurer presented a statement of accounts for the year to 30 September 2014, which showed …

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The 2013 AGM at Hexham Community Centre

The Consortium’s Annual General Meeting for 2013 was held on 6th November at the Hexham Community Centre . Some 23 people were present to receive the Minutes, Annual Report and Financial Statement. Elections for the Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer were held, and the previous incumbents were unanimously elected to serve for another year. Keith Robson, Michael Elphick, Margaret Weatherley, …

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The 2013 Spring General Meeting at Stocksfield Community Centre.

The Spring General Meeting of the Consortium was held on May 7th, 2013, at Stocksfield Community Centre. There were ten members present, and some of the items for discussion were as follows: David Francis, Director, Community Action Northumberland, gave a talk on the new charity status known as Charitable Incorporated Organisation which offers Trustees the limited …

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The 2012 Spring General Meeting at Corbridge Parish Hall

A General Meeting of the Consortium was held on May 20th, 2012, at the Corbridge Parish Hall. Among the items covered were the insurance of Community Buildings,  the Hallmark Scheme, and how Stocksfield Community Centre became Incorporated under the Companies Act, with the creation of a trading arm. The Minutes of that meeting are now available here.  

The 2011 Autumn Meeting at Stocksfield Community Centre

The Autumn Meeting of the Consortium was held on 19th October 2011, at the Haydon Bridge Community Association. The Minutes of that meeting are now published here; as part of the meeting, various presentations were made and reports on these are also available: Music licensing update (Louise Currie , Community Action Northumberland). Concessions for surface water …

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The 2011 Spring Meeting at Wark Town Hall

We had two external speakers at the Spring Meeting on Tuesday May 17th; both were talking on subjects that are of significant interest. The Minutes of this meeting are now available here (as a PDF document), while the speakers reports are available below, and on the Information for Members page. David Francis, Director, Community Action Northumberland …

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Some news items!

We have two external speakers at the Spring Meeting on Tuesday May 17th; both are talking on subjects that are of significant interest. David Francis, Director, Community Action Northumberland David will talk about the new status being developed by the Charity Commission. This is a long awaited development that will reduce the liability of trustees. …

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Some features you may need to know

Restricted access Some information on this site is restricted to members only, and requires a password to view it. If you have used this, you may find that subsequent accesses don’t ask for the password again. This is the result of the system saving a ‘cookie’, to retain the user’s password for a limited period, …

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