The Woodhouse Centre in Oxted opened on 12th April after months of being closed. The opening week was made extra special with a surprise visit from the High Sheriff of Surrey Mr Shahid Azeem DL, who came to look round.
He spent time talking to all the members and finding out about the crafts they were carrying out and also visited the Men in Sheds section. He spoke about his role and how the majority of his time as High Sheriff has been in lockdown, including his installation process which had to be carried out for the first time in history virtually.
The Woodhouse Centre opened again on 12th April, in line with Government guidelines. The biggest priority remains the safety of the members and staff and The Centre will continue to do everything to limit the spread of the virus but are very pleased to welcome everyone back to The Woodhouse Centre.
A Special General Meeting of
the Woodhouse Centre will be held on Thursday, 18 February, at 12:30pm.
The meeting will be held online, using the ‘Zoom platform.’
The Woodhouse Centre invites anyone interested to join in their Special General Meeting. Please register to attend the meeting by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Once registered, we will send a pack of materials supporting the business of the meeting, including instructions for joining the online meeting and using Zoom, an introduction to the new Trustees and Officers being presented for election, last year’s Annual Accounts, and a report from the Manager, Dee Graham, on the Centre’s recent activities.