Annual General Meeting 8th August 2021 at MECC

Dear All,

We are going to have our Annual General Meeting on Sunday 8th August 2021 at 11 o’clock.

Everyone in the local areas is invited to attend the meeting, irrespective of whether they are member.

The nomination form, committee roles documents and Final 2019 Accounts can be found at the following links.

These forms are also available at the office or at your request we can send them to you by email.

Please see the links below:

MEADCA committee application form:

http://www.millendcc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/MEADCA-committee-application-form.pdf

Committee roles:

http://www.millendcc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Committee-roles.pdf

Final 2019 Accounts – Mill End District Community Association:

http://www.millendcc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Final-2019-Accounts-Mill-End-District-Community-Association.pdf

We are looking forwards to welcoming new members.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,

Sylwia

Adult Art Classes at MECC

Hello everyone,

I would love to share with you a beautiful work from one of our Adult Art Classes.

Please see a message from Andrew below.

`Adult Art ClassesClasses are for abilities from absolute beginners to experienced painters. For beginners, I will guide you step by step to paint a finished painting. Everybody receives individual attention so that you can progress at your own pace and get what you want from lessons. My aim is for you to get as much enjoyment from painting as I do. I say that oil is the most forgiving and easiest medium to paint with, but don’t take my word for it come and give it a go. I run two classes a Monday evening and a Thursday lunchtime. Ask or contact me for more information:-www.ArtistAndrewSchofield.co.uk

email: ArtAndrewArtist@gmail.com`.

Have a nice week.

Regards,

Sylwia

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Hertfordshire Health Walks at Mill End Community Centre

Hello everyone,

Hertfordshire Health Walks – Mill End Community Centre – Wednesdays at 11.00 o`clock.
Is a FREE countywide initiative, helping everyone get outdoors, get more active and experience the social, health, and wellbeing benefits. It is also a great social prescribing scheme helping the patient and freeing up GP time aiming to take a holistic approach to improve health. The walks are a great opportunity to meet new people and socialise on a weekly basis within supportive and encouraging volunteer-led groups. Many of our walkers have experienced health and wellbeing benefits such as weight loss, increased confidence, and reduced dependence on diabetic and anti-hypertensive medication and we have seen walkers from Mill End really benefit from all that the walks offer.

Best wishes,

Sylwia

Royal Voluntary Service Lunch Clubs at Mill End Community Centre.

Good morning everyone,

I hope you are doing well.

Please see details about Royal Voluntary Service Lunch Clubs at Mill End Community Centre below.

Royal Voluntary Service Lunch Club – Church Lane, Mill End, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire WD3 8HD.

Open Monday to Friday. Diners are welcome from 11:30 am and a home-cooked lunch is served at around 12:15 pm.

To find out more about the work we do or to volunteer, email rvsrickmansworthlunchclub@gmail.comor visit royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk.

Best wishes,

Sylwia

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