MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009 PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 9b429-NjhkO



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009

Description:

MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009 – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:62
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 129
Provided by: henryw8
Category:
Tags: master | park | annual | general | meeting | sew

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009


1
MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009
WELCOME
2
MASTER PARK Annual General Meeting 2009
AGENDA
  • Introductions
  • Apologies for absence
  • Minutes of previous AGM on 8 July 2008
  • Matters arising from the minutes
  • Reports from
  • Chairman
  • Grounds Trustee
  • Treasurer
  • Cricket Club
  • Football Club
  • Tennis Club
  • Play Cabin
  • Appointment of Independent Examiner
  • Election of trustees
  • Any other business.

3
MASTER PARK 2008 - 2009
  • Introductions
  • Apologies for absence
  • Minutes of last AGM
  • Matters arising from minutes.
  • www.yourmasterpark.co.uk

4
MASTER PARK 2008 - 2009
  • Chairman's Report
  • www.yourmasterpark.co.uk

5
MASTER PARK 2008 - 2009
  • Serving the community
  • Sports clubs local societies
  • Children's Playground
  • Children's Pre-school
  • Donkey Derby
  • Carnival, Pram Race
  • Fun Fair
  • Circus
  • People who just enjoy the park.

6
MASTER PARK 2008 - 2009
  • Communicating
  • 2009 Newsletter
  • Friends of Master Park
  • Website
  • Report to Oxted Parish Assembly
  • Local Newspapers
  • Oxted School.

7
  • Maintenance plan for park pavilion
  • total estimated cost 86,000
  • work completed 48,000
  • work still needed 38,000
  • Car park resurfacing
  • Playground safety surface
  • Enlarge pavilion compound
  • Grass selective weed killing
  • New picnic benches
  • Replacement additional rubbish bins
  • New curtains for club room
  • Tree work.

2008 - 2009
8
Major works done in 2008 and 2009 Pavilion
new lavatory for the disabled
refurbished lavatories, showers, changing
rooms internal repainting external repainting new
heaters loft insulation storage benches security
bars repairs following burglary Tree planting
tree surgery Bulb planting
2008 - 2009
9
(No Transcript)
10
(No Transcript)
11
(No Transcript)
12
Grants for the Pavilion Improvements Thanks for
the improvements go to Biffaward Tandridge
District Council Surrey County Council Gatwick
Airport Community Trust Bernard Sunley
Trust East Surrey Water Astor of Hever Trust
TOTAL OF GRANTS 30,374

2007 - 2008
13
Thanks to our many other benefactors and helpers
including
  • Oxted Parish Council
  • Limpsfield Parish Council
  • Tandridge District Council
  • Surrey County Council
  • Rotary Clubs of Titsey Oxted
  • Master Park Management Committee
  • The Pram Race
  • East Surrey Water
  • The Friends of Master Park
  • The Wright Family
  • The Griffiths Family
  • David Steele

2008 - 2009
14
The Handbag Ladies
  • 5 playlets
  • by Peter Mottley
  • performed by
  • Jocelyn Pulley Ruth Fraser
  • directed by Peter Shore.
  • at the Barn Theatre on Saturday 24 October
  • all proceeds in aid of the children's' playground
  • Through the generosity of the production team

  • and the Trustees of The Barn Theatre

15
  • grounds maintenance
  • maintaining standards
  • presented by
  • Tony Batchelor

2008 - 2009
16
  • grounds maintenance
  • grass and hedges
  • playground
  • litter
  • fences and barriers
  • help and support
  • ongoing projects
  • future projects

17

ideal world and reality
18
ideal world..
19
(No Transcript)
20
(No Transcript)
21
(No Transcript)
22
(No Transcript)
23
(No Transcript)
24
(No Transcript)
25
(No Transcript)
26
  • reality..

27
  • there are problems..
  • ..man made
  • ..naturally occurring
  • ..combination of both

28
  • man made problems

29
when I say man made maybe I should say youth
made problems
30
This rubbish was not left here by man
31
(No Transcript)
32
(No Transcript)
33
not enough for youths to do in the children's
playground, so why not vandalise a tree to pass
the time
34
(No Transcript)
35
(No Transcript)
36
(No Transcript)
37
(No Transcript)
38
(No Transcript)
39
a bin too far
40
(No Transcript)
41
this is why the playground needs to be checked
every day
42
(No Transcript)
43
(No Transcript)
44
(No Transcript)
45
  • naturally occurring problems..

46
trees
hedges
grass
47
(No Transcript)
48
Grass and hedge cutting
This year the cost of grass and hedge cutting has
increased from 2400 to 4450 (assuming 12
cuts) This very significant increase is because
we have had to find a new contractor. We were
paying only 150 per visit, now it has increased
to 335 per visit
49
  • And problems which are a combination of man made
    and natural

50
(No Transcript)
51
Playground, an asset which has to be maintained
we currently carry out remedial repairs but as
the equipment gets older it will require complete
replacement
the safety play surface will require ad-hoc patch
repairs year by year, or we could replace it if
we had 25 000
to meet safety requirements independent
inspections are currently carried out four times
per year at a total cost of 600 (this does not
include any repairs to equipment)
52
a park asset, man made which has to be maintained
53
(No Transcript)
54
(No Transcript)
55
(No Transcript)
56
  • what have we been doing in order to maintain
    standards?

57
Clearing litter is our top priority
  • MASTER PARK PAYS A CONTRACTOR 4500 PA TO
  • PICK UP LITTER (2000)
  • CHECK THE PLAYGROUND (750)
  • EMPTY THE LITTER BINS (1500)
  • OPEN THE GATES (250)
  • Total 450 hours pa, or for 9 months of the year
    _at_1 hour a day, and 3 months of the year _at_ 2 hours
    a day.

58
(No Transcript)
59
(No Transcript)
60
(No Transcript)
61
(No Transcript)
62
(No Transcript)
63
help and support to maintain standards
64
Oxted Parish Council
SUPPORTS THE PARK THROUGH GRANT AID, CURRENLY
3500 PA

2000 towards waste removal
1500 towards grass and hedge cutting
65
CUTS GRASS ON OPEN AREAS
66
the management committee is aware that quite a
number of park users help maintain the park by
picking up litter, and for that the committee is
very grateful.
67
(No Transcript)
68
grant aid for playground repairs
grant aid for the provision of vandal resistant
litter bins
grant aid for repairs to the master park pavilion
69
  • Previously provided
  • funds to build the
  • ramped access to
  • the pavilion and for
  • general
  • maintenance of the
  • grounds including
  • new trees.

Last year OCPR provided 1500 towards new
playground equipment.
70
Tandridge Chronicle
  • local press giving
  • publicity to the park
  • raising awareness
  • amongst the community

71
Oxted School
increased dialogue with the school in order to
raise awareness of the problems being created by
their students
72
                          PCSO Lisa Cobby
                          Sgt Mike  Simmonds
                          PCSO Stephen Winch
dialogue with local police in order to reduce
anti-social behaviour, under age drinking,
criminal activity, graffiti and vandalism.
PC Richard Smurthwaite
PC Antony Preston
73
local people organising events in support of the
park
74
(No Transcript)
75
(No Transcript)
76
  • ongoing
  • projects

77
Phase 5 of the tree planting programme completed
in January
78
MPMC raised 30,374 of grants and other
donations for pavilion refurbishment
79
ongoing project - Planting in the Park (a grey
day on the park in Spring 2008)
80
(No Transcript)
81
(No Transcript)
82
(No Transcript)
83
(No Transcript)
84
something to look forward to in the future
85
(No Transcript)
86
  • completed projects

87
Land Registry project completed
88
  • future projects

89
Replace the 6 broken plastic litter bins with new
Glass Fibre Composite (GFC) bins at a cost of
225 each plus installation. A further 6 new bins
will be provided on the park.
90
Accessible Play in Parks The Disability
Discrimination Act came into full force in
October 2004. It meant that we must make our play
areas accessible with equal opportunities for all
children. It would be very difficult to design
a play area which is 100 suitable for all forms
of impairment when you consider the wide range
that affect peoples lives, such as learning
difficulties, emotional and behavioural
difficulties, visual and hearing impairment and
of course mobility impairment. It
is important for children of all abilities to be
able to socialise when playing, sharing
the learning experience of meeting, interacting
and compromising in the use of equipment.
Looking for Grant Aid in order to improve the
playground
91
(No Transcript)
92
A footpath around the park ?
93
  • Potholes in the car park project

94
resurfacing the car park
95
MASTER PARK 2008 - 2009
Treasurer's Report
2008 - 2009
96
Accounts to 31 March 2009
  • Highlights
  • Financially good year small
    overall surplus 2,589
  • Public donations rose significantly including
    3 very
    large donations. A big thank you to all donors
    10,850
  • Friends of Master Park
  • 82 annual subscriptions and 95 one-off
    donations
  • Generous support from Oxted Parish Council
  • for refuse collection and grass
    cutting 3,100
  • Generous donations from Pram Race

    and from TDC for bulb planting.

97
Accounts to 31 March 2009
  • But
  •  
  •   Large liabilities ahead
  • Playground equipment and safety surface
  • Car Park resurfacing
  • Grass treatment
  • Footpath around park?

98
Accounts to 31 March 2009
99
Accounts to 31 March 2009
100
Accounts to 31 March 2009
101
MASTER PARK
Approval of the Accounts
2008 - 2009
102
MASTER PARK
Cricket Club Report
2008 - 2009
103
Oxted and Limpsfield Cricket Club Report MPMC AGM
Season 2009
104
Contents
  • Mission Statement
  • Achievements
  • Financial Summary (2008)?
  • Playing Results 2009

104
105
Mission Statement
  • To provide good quality cricket and a social
    forum to all who would like to play or be
    involved in Cricket at Oxted Limpsfield
  • To ensure a duty of care to all members of the
    club by adopting and implementing the ECB Safe
    Hands Crickets Policy for Safeguarding
    Children
  • To ensure a duty of care to all members of the
    club by adopting and implementing the ECB Cricket
    Equity Policy
  • To ensure that all members, playing and
    non-playing, abide by the ECB Code of Conduct
    which incorporates the Spirit of Cricket and by
    the Laws of Cricket
  • Provide opportunities for recreation, coaching
    and competition all year round to individuals and
    families
  • Be the cricket club of choice for those in Oxted
    and Limpsfield and surrounding area

105
106
Achievements
  • Senior Sides
  • Four Saturday sides
  • Regular Sunday sides including Acadamy sides
  • Ladies side, both league and friendlies
  • Over 200 Young Cricketers Grasshoppers
  • Run sides/coaching for U6, U8, U9, U10. U11, U12,
    U13, U14, U15, U16 with enhanced coaching
    opportunities
  • two teams in some age groups
  • Overseas Player
  • Links with Hazelwood
  • Excellent Coaching
  • Winter Net
  • Top class coaching
  • Summer Cricket Courses - On Master Park
  • More social events
  • Encouraging club atmosphere ethos
  • Excellent Dinner Dance
  • BBQ and Band at Pram Race
  • Improved relationships with stakeholders
  • Improving maintenance at both grounds

106
107
Financial Summary 2008
  • Main Income
  • Bar profit 4,933
  • Subs Donations 8,408
  • Match Fees 5,359
  • Social 4,705
  • Sponsorship 2,500
  • Etc.
  • Total 26,942
  • Main Expenditure
  • Pavilion Grounds 16,792
  • MPMC 10,283
  • Indoor Net Hire 4,176
  • Overseas Player
  • Etc.
  • Total 23,210

3,881 surplus on year (8,170 deficit last
year) Net Assets 9,901
107
108
Playing Results 2009
  • First Team 8th out of 18 in Fullers League Div 1
  • Overseas player
  • More consistent availability
  • Good team spirit
  • Second 12th/12of Surrey Championship Div 5
  • Third Team Joint 1st out of 18
  • Vying for promotion
  • Fourth Team in its first league year
  • played 7 and won 1, drawn 1, lost 5 
  • Sunday sides playing every week
  • Academy 3 competitive games, narrowly lost
  • Grasshopper results excellent
  • U14 and younger exceptional
  • U13 in Surrey final (via Guildford July7th at
    Oxshott) to go through to National Competition
  • Ladies team increased fixtures and membership
  • Train Wednesday evening
  • League and Friendlies

108
109
MASTER PARK
Football Club Report Oxted and District
Football Club Season 2008-2009
2008 - 2009
110
MASTER PARK
Tennis Club Report
2008 - 2009
111
Oxted Lawn Tennis Club
112
Oxted lawn tennis club is a fantastic place to
play tennis.
We are cheap and cheerful …in the best possible
way!
113
Plus we have been told that we have the most
intelligent and attractive members of any club
and this comes straight from most of our mothers!
114
We have an excellent junior coaching programme
and now have 8 teams in the Surrey Junior Leagues
Plus, our seniors still manage to give these
young pretenders a good run for their money.
115
THE STANDARD IS SUPERB
SAID MRS PARKER OF CROYDON,
WHO WAS PASSING BY WITH HER GUIDE DOG SAMMY.
116
In the autumn our courts will be re-surfaced as
they have now come to the end of their life. We
are hoping this will not cause too much disruption
117
In the last year we have made many people happy
with quiz nights ….
and with tournaments
with BBQs
118
WE ALWAYS WELCOME NEWCOMERS AND HAVE ONLY EVER
HAD TO TURN AWAY 3 APPLICANTS WHO WE FELT WERE
UNSUITABLE FOR OUR CLUB-
1. MADONNA - TOO SHY WITHDRAWN TO FIT IN
2. IAN DUNCAN SMITH - APPEARED TO LET THE
OPPOSITION WIN
LOVE - 40
119
and 3. TONY BLAIR - every shot had spin on it
If you have any questions or would like to join
Oxted Tennis Club, please see me after the
meeting.
120
MASTER PARK
Play Cabin Report
2008 - 2009
121
The Play Cabin started in September 2007 as a
drop and shop facility. In April 2009 The
Play Cabin officially became a Pre-School
following EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage)
guidelines.
122
Here are some photographs of some of the things
that we do with the children.
Growing our own plants and vegetables.
123
Creative Play
124
The Play Cabin
  • Thank You For Your Support!

125
MASTER PARK 2008
Appointment of Independent Examiner
2008 - 2009
126
MASTER PARK 2008
Election of Trustees
2008 - 2009
127
MASTER PARK 2008
Any Other Business
2008 - 2009
128
MASTER PARK
Meeting Closed Thank you Your interest is much
appreciated
2008 - 2009
About PowerShow.com