ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – Sunday 28th January 2018
The AGM of Kibworth CC will be held at the pavilion, Fleckney Road, Kibworth on Sunday 28th January, starting at 10.45am.
In support of the AGM we would be delighted to see vice presidents, players, junior players and parents and social members in attendance. We do like to try and keep things as lively as possible and would really welcome a strong turnout and an open exchange of views and ideas, after all this is your club!
The nominations board for committee members and captains is in the clubhouse and if you would like to nominate anyone please do so in good time. If you are unable to get to the clubhouse in advance of the AGM please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Other subjects that we will be looking to address at the AGM include the setting up of a Volunteer Ground Team.
Steve Pollard will once again be undertaking the majority of work on our squares and outfield but we would also like to resurrect a Kibworth tradition by establishing a small team of volunteers to help out with light duties around the ground and clubhouse. We imagine the team getting together for a couple of hours or so a week.
As well as contributing to the maintenance of our excellent facilities the job comes with some exclusive ‘money can’t buy’ extras such as Abbo regaling you with his tales from the balcony and even unlimited tea, coffee and sometimes cake!
if you think that you might want to join the team speak with Abbo or Chairman
In addition to the Volunteer Ground Team we are also looking to improve our ability to cover and uncover the wickets so that we can maximise the amount of cricket that we play for all members
As Steve Pollard lives in Desborough and does occasionally go home through the summer, we would like to have a stand by team of volunteers available to assist with covers and ground sheets should we need to move quickly. We imagine a “whatsapp” group of potential helpers who are living and possibly working in the village and who can answer a call at short notice. Training on how to set up the covers etc will be given although past experience suggests that advice and accuracy of instructions can vary depending on who you listen to!
Any help in these areas will help us to ensure that KCC remains the best place to learn, play and watch cricket
If you think you can help then please speak with Steve Pollard or The Chairman