"What type of insurance are you thinking of James?
Many CICs do not have an insurance need when they start, many do. Protecting assets, public liability and professional insurance to name but a few can all be required depending upon your…"
"Have you read through your Articles of Association? It seems strange you dont have a system to call an emergency meeting.
This is more of a Company House issue than a CIC regulation one, but do contact the Regulators office and ask for guidance"
HSJ understands the resignations follow a deterioration of board relationships over the past year, which came to a head recently in a row over executive pay.The organisation was formed from Bristol Primary Care Trust’s provider arm in 2011. Although the organisation employs many staff who NHS pensions, these are not open to new recruits.Full story click here: …See More
Helen here from Clout Theatre. I could do with all the help I can get! Thankyou!
Are you about on 29th April? I have a meeting at 2pm in central London but am free before then?
We are looking into becoming a CIC - I've looked at the paperwork and it has gone right over my head.
We're in the sticky situation where we have no money because we don't have CIC status and therefore cant apply for pots of funding, and cant yet apply to be a CIC because we dont have the money to pay for it!
Hi John, thanks for the welcome. Here is the information about our award. We do have a photograph if you wanted to add to the website etc:
Wheatpieces Community Centre in Tewkesbury, which is run by a team of volunteers as a community interest company , has received a prestigious award recognizing the ‘outstanding contribution’ made by volunteers and was named as ‘project of the year’ in the Gloucestershire Community 2012 Awards. The Award was presented to the volunteers at an award ceremony at Cheltenham Racecourse by the Earl of Wessex.
To celebrate the centre opened its doors with an open day with free activities for children including a bouncy castle and face painting and demonstrations by local clubs and groups.
Centre Manager, Adam Fendt comments, “This award has had such a positive impact increasing the number of enquiries and bookings meaning we can offer an even greater choice of activities and events”.
The community centre offers a large sports hall and meeting rooms which can be hired by the hour at reasonable cost. There is ample free parking, disabled facilities and free changing rooms with showers. Visit the website www.wheatpiecescommunitycentre.co.uk or ring Adam on 01684 294713 for more information.