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Blog posts

Re-roofing needed

In 2016, we had a structural survey done as part of the due diligence for taking over the freehold of the Community Centre. This was the catalyst for investigating the ageing roofs on the Centre, in particular the old Headmaster's House. The Headmaster's House is the block at the south end of the Community Centre.

Being a Trustee

From the Charity Commission's website: "Trustees have overall control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do."

Buying Overton Community Centre - part 1

Overton Community Association (OCA) began the process of buying Overton Community Centre in 2016. OCA has been responsible for running Overton Community Centre for nearly 40 years as tenants. Professional estimates for conveyancing came in at about £2,500 which is 10% of OCA’s turnover so OCA trustees plan to do the conveyance themselves.