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Key decisions and issues from PCC held on 14th November 2017

  1. Buildings and Grounds Working Group were tasked to investigate how more youth activities could be accommodated at St Thomas’.
  2. The least expensive option to resolve the problem with the gable wall at St Thomas’ was selected (refer to more detailed update on website)
  3. The PCC endorsed an investigation into how best to improve the sound system in the centenary rooms.  The investigation is to be led by Nigel Cuthbert
  4. A policy was approved for members of the congregation to be able to use the centenary rooms for children’s parties or similar events
  5. A proposal to seek the services of a music leader to support Gather@4 was approved
  6. All Working Groups were requested to review their responsibilities and suggest changes, if any, to improve their operation
  7. A summary was provide of the work done, work underway and work planned for the Brambleton Hall renovation (refer to more detailed update on website)
  8. After inspection by Nicholson’s, the organ company, it was good to inform the PCC that no major work is required on the organ for some time

Decisions made at the PCC meeting held on September 5th 2017

  • The PCC approved the purchase of artificial grass to cover the play area at Brambleton Hall 
  • The PCC approved the renovation of the kitchen at Brambleton Hall.  Implementation is scheduled for the Christmas break.
  • The PCC approved the renovation of the toilets at Brambleton Hall.  Implementation is scheduled for the Easter break.
  • The PCC approved the replacement of the nave downlighters at St Thomas with LED units.


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