Annual Accounts and Treasurer’s report
See links below to access the HCF Annual Accounts for 2019-2020 and the Treasurer’s report from the AGM on 1st November 2020.
Annual General Meeting – 1st November 2020 at 2pm
The Annual General Meeting of Hutton Community Fellowship will be held on: 1st November at 2pm.
Due to COVID restrictions the AGM will take place online via a ZOOM meeting. Community members are invited to join the meeting. Anyone wishing to attend can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and a link to the meeting will be sent to you. The link is also on the Agenda – link below:
Chairman’s report available on the link below:
Minutes of HCF Committee meeting held 26/4/2020
Minutes of HCF Committee meeting held 16/2/2020
Community Consultation – Using wind farm funding to benefit everyone
This is your chance to have your say! This questionnaire will be dropping through your door in the next couple of days. Don’t ignore it! Fill it in and tell us what YOU would like to see happen in YOUR community!
This is your chance to have your say. Don’t miss it!
Click here for full information Press Release cm
HCF Committee Meeting Minutes 17.11.19
Click on the link for Minutes Minutes Nov 2019 HCF
Annual General Meeting
The HCF Annual General Meeting was held on October 20th in Boreland Village Hall. For access to the minutes and financial information please click on the links below:
Click on the link for Minutes from the 2019 AGM – HCF minutes AGM 2019cm
Click on the link for the Chairman’s Report – HCF AGM 2019 Chairs report
Click on the link for financial figures for 2018-2019 – HCF Accounts 2018-2019
Click on the link for financial figures for 2017-2018 – HCF Income and Expenditure 31 March 2018
Click on the link for Minutes from last year’s AGM – HCF AGM December 2018 minutes cm
Dumfriesshire East Community Benefit Group – Community Consultation
As you may know, the Dumfriesshire East Community Benefit Group has been formed to receive and distribute community benefit funding on behalf of communities and areas directly surrounding the Ewe Hill Windfarm.
The total amount of funding expected over the lifetime of this windfarm will be over £1.7 million for the Ewe Hill 6 Fund and over £4.6 million for the Ewe Hill 16 Fund.
DECBG are strongly concerned that this funding is used fairly and in ways and for projects that local people recognise and understand as being what they want to see happen in their areas.
With this intention in mind DECBG have commissioned an extensive consultation (conducted by Creetown Initiative) to gauge what local people feel about this funding, what opportunities it presents, and what projects they would like to see it support.
The first stage in this consultation was through ‘one-to-one’ conversations held in the halls in Boreland, Corrie and Tundergarth. From these initial conversations, ideas will help to structure the questionnaires and public meetings which will take the process through to an overall and agreed Plan.
The next stage is a questionnaire for completion which will be posted to all households in the area during February.