WEST HILL NEWS
The WHCA AGM was held on 28 May 2013, at which reports were received and the yearly accounts were adopted. All members of the committee stood down and were re-elected.
Jim Gowans was re-appointed as the WHCA representative on the Conservation Advisory Council and he continues to be vigilant about planning applications in the West Hill area. He needs a deputy for the few occasions when he can’t attend meetings so if you’re interested please write to The Whistler. It is illegal to display Estate Agent boards in conservation areas and Jim is keeping a watchful eye for any breaches of these regulations by estate agents.
The Wild Life Garden group continues to make the garden surrounding the Hall flourish and always welcomes new members who would like to join in for the fun of growing plants, herbs and vegetables. If you live in a flat without your own garden and have a hankering to get your fingers green, do get in touch with us at The Whistler or the Hall.
The Hall itself is also flourishing, with new regular sessions taking place as well as one-off bookings for a variety of activities. In October we welcome Stuart Deeks and friends who will play two classical music concerts for stringed instruments. See details in Events. After Kate Dyson’s marvellous Poetry Recital last autumn, this will be another chance to see the Hall in a mellow light.