E-mail sent by Andrew Potter, Thursday, 28th September 2017 @ 5:13pm
For over 12 months now we have been in the process of planning, and preparing for, some major improvement works to our club hut. All being well we will be ready to do the works in the early part of 2018. The core of the planned works is the fitting of new insulation to the walls in the main living room and the bedroom of the hut. We are also taking the opportunity to improve the lighting and electric points in these rooms.
As this work will require us to empty the hut of all the tables, sofa's, bed's, etc, the hut will necessarily be unavailable to be used for a period of around 4 weeks. The nature of the works means that all the wall panelling will be removed and the ceilings will also need to be taken down. This means that we can consider the possibility of doing other improvements to the hut at the same time whilst the hut is empty and the walls/ceilings have been stripped back.
As users of the club hut we would like to hear any practical, and financially achievable, suggestions from club members for things we could do to improve the hut that might fit in with the work we already have planned. Please send your suggestions to the hut secretary (Dave Toach, email@example.com) and he will collate the idea's for the committee to review at our next meeting on 1st November.
If you would like to come along to the committee meeting to discuss your idea's in person that would be fine too. Club members are welcome to attend all committee meetings.
E-mail sent by Andrew Potter, Wednesday, 27th September 2017 @ 3:29pm
We now have a new front door at Dinorwic Mill Cottage, which has meant a change in the lock. If you are an existing key holder, you can exchange it for a new one. If you are not a key holder, then you can have a key for a deposit of £15. To exchange or obtain a key, contact Dave Toach at firstname.lastname@example.org. A new key has been put into the key safe so if you arrive at the hut with the old key, you can still gain access. For the current code contact either Paul Parker or Dave Toach.