Welcome to Hemyock Tuesday, March 28 2017 @ 06:48 pm BST
Upper Culm Community Land Trust
The Parishes of Hemyock and Clayhidon have come together to form a Community Land Trust (CLT) under the chairmanship of Heather Stallard. The CLT was officially set up on 31st March 2012 as a Community Benefit Society, registered with the Financial Services Authority. CLTs are not-for-profit organisations set up by local people to help improve or protect their village or neighbourhood. Run by volunteers, the CLT can develop housing or other assets at permanently affordable levels for long-term community benefit. A CLT does this in three ways:
∑ by owning, managing and developing things such as land, homes, shops, pubs, allotments and even schools, all at cost price with no profit margin on top;
∑ by holding these things in trust so that they are affordable and available for future generations;
∑ by being accountable to local people.
The Upper Culm CLTís assets are kept for the benefit of the community in perpetuity.
CLTs are democratic; their membership being open to all members of the village or neighbourhood. Benefits of membership include invitations to CLT meetings, the chance once a year to vote on a Board of Directors, access to newsletters and other communications and the opportunity to participate in more specialist working groups to use your skills to support the future of our community.
Summaries of the CLT meetings:
Summary of Annual General Meeting held on 16th†October 2015
Applications are invited for the post of Director of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd.
The directors on the Trustís board are appointed by members at the annual general meeting. All candidates for a board position must find existing members of the Trust to act as a proposer and seconder and then declare their intention to stand for the board by e-mail or in writing to the Company Secretary (email@example.com), by 9th October 2015.
Please note that Directors are subject to the Rules of the Upper Culm Community Land Trust Ltd. which may be found on the hemyock.org website http://hemyock.org/article.php/20120813100859798 .
Rain will move in from the west this evening, with some heavy outbreaks. The rain will become patchier overnight but we could see hill fog over higher ground. It will be a mild night though with the cloud blanket. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.
Further rain will affect the west tomorrow but for many it will stay dry. The skies will be mostly grey and cloudy though. Maximum Temperature 14 °C.
More rain is expected on Thursday and Friday, with some heavy bursts. Sunshine and showers will then arrive for Saturday, and it'll feel cooler.
Updated at: 1545 on Tue 28 Mar 2017