Roborough Village Hall

 Roborough Village Hall

 

Village Hall Exterior

 

 

Village Hall Interior

 

 

Village Hall Kitchen

 

 

 

 Roborough Village Hall Calendar 2018

 

January

8th Funeral (May Family)

12th Coffee Morning               

16th Parish Council Meeting

19th/20th Challacombe Family

25th Over 60’s Lunch

27th Live Music,  Refreshments & Bar

 

February

4th Plough Service Lunch

9th Coffee Morning

10th Big Breakfast

12th Roborough Women’s Circle Group

March

9th Coffee morning

12th Roborough Women’s Circle

20th Parish Council Meeting

April

6th Keri Snell

9th Roborough Women’s Circle

13th Coffee Morning

24th Birthday Party

 

May

11th Coffee Morning

15th Parish Council Meeting

June

8th Coffee Morning

July

 

 

 

August

September

October

8th Roborough Women’s Circle

13th Roborough Women’s Circle Charity Event

 

November

12th Roborough Women’s Circle

December

3rd Roborough Women’s Circle




 

 


 

Roborough Womens Circle

Roborough Womens Circle

Chair Lady:Caroline Pethericktele: 01805 603244
Hon. Secretary:
Louise Snell
tele: 01805 603248
Hon. Secretary:
Rebecca Miles
tele: 01805 625533
Hon. Treasurer:Jane Brown
tele: 01805 603060
Commitee Members: Clare Hynam 

We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month in the Village Hall (EX19 8TB) at 7.30pm, unless otherwise stated.
Annual Subscription £25, visitors welcome to attend - £4 per visitor.

Flower of the Month: Remember to select a flower from your garden to enter our monthly competition, which is judged by our speaker.

Programme for 2018

January 22nd
 Winter Meal at Wiermarsh Farm Restaurant, Unberleigh.
February 12th
 Phillip Walter from Kivells, valuation evening (open meeting).Teas: Jeanette Folland and Madeleine Challacombe
March 12th
 Healthy Feet with Linda Mycock, Foot Practitioner.Teas: Caroline Sargisson and Valerie Slade
April 9th
 Birthday Party & Samba Dancing with Anthony from Chasamba.Bring and Share supper
May 14th
 Tour of Torview Wines at Sheepwash.
June 11th
 Visit to Albion Plants.Sandwiches and Chips at the pub
July 9th
 Bowls and Croquet with supper at Rosie Wedlakes.
August 13th
 Summer Meal.
September 10th Walk in Stevenstone Park with Rebecca Parnell.
 Teas: Sandy Turner and Mary-Jane Watkins
October 8th
 Talk by Devon Air Ambulance.
 Teas: Pearl Corocan and Jennifer Goodley
November 12th
 Smugglers in Devon with Robert Hesketh. Teas: Verlie Hookway and Angela Snell
December 3rd
 Christmas table centre decorations with Elaine Weeks. Teas: Carol Harding, Yvonne Isaac and Carolyn Mason

RCPAL

 Roborough Community Property Association Ltd
Chairman:
Des Issac,
West Villavin, Roborough, Winkleigh,
N Devon, EX19 8TF
Tel: 01805 603310
Email:YvonneIsacc@hotmail.co.uk
Secretary:
Barry Whiting,
Typit, Roborough, Winkleigh,
N Devon, EX19 8TB
Tel: 01805 603439
Email: bazzersplace@tiscali.co.uk
Treasurer:
Sophia May,
Wansley Barton, Roborough, Winkleigh,
N Devon, EX19 8TU
Tel: 01805 603473
Email: enquiries@wansleybarton.co.uk

 

The Roborough Community Partnership has been granted full planning permission for Roborough's community based development on the 2 sites comprising of Newcombes farmyard and the 2 fields adjoining the current playing field opposite the village hall.

The development Includes:

The development includes:

  • 4 affordable houses for local people to be owned and controlled by the parish
  • 3 derelict barns converted to 3 houses
  • Sports facilities
  • Children's play area
  • Parking opposite the village hall for hall users
  • A new footpath and bridleway
  • 8 acres of community owned space
  • 5 open market houses which will fund most of the above
  • (If you are new to the village and/or would like more information please contact any of the above who will be pleased to discuss the project with you.)
  • Devon County Council transferred the land and farmyard to the Parish of Roborough. The Roborough Community Partnership has spent the last 14 years developing the project and obtaining the planning permission. The Roborough Community Property Association Ltd (RCPAL) was formed, by 4 founder shareholders, to take on the ownership of the assets on behalf of the Parish and complete the development.
  • Every adult in the parish, who is committed to the aims of the Trust as set out in the Registered Rules is entitled to become a shareholder of the RCPAL. A copy of the rules can be obtained from the Secretary.
  • As a shareholder you will have the opportunity to shape the future activity of the RCPAL and vote on proposals at meetings. Shareholder forms are available from the Treasurer.
  • The RCPAL are managed by a Board of Trustees. If you would like to become a trustee and feel that you have a strong commitment to the project or a particular skill which would enhance the board we would ask you to apply to the Chairman at the address above. All expressions of interest will be kept in the strictest confidence. The RCPAL board always welcome skills such as financial management, property management, community or commercial development or any other skill that you feel might aid the RCPAL's activities.
  • We hope that you will take this opportunity to become involved as a shareholder or as a trustee on this important project to provide for the future