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The Spring 2017 issue of our newsletter was despatched by second class post on 8th March, and is also available electronically.

     Newsletter

 

Please contact us if you have not received your copy by post or if you are having problems with the electronic version.

Members can keep up to date with what's happening at the Mill, by visiting our News page.

Each year we hold our annual volunteers get together to discuss plans for Open Days.

Please contact us if you would like to assist with Open Days or with our maintenance of Jill Windmill.

Volunteers get-together

Jack and Jill Windmills Society is a UK Registered Charity and claims back tax on Gift Aid donations.

If you are a UK tax payer and will be paying an amount of Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax that is at least equal to your donation to our Charity, please consider completing a Gift Aid Declaration.

Those planning to visit Jill WIndmill on an Open Day should ask one of our volunteers for a Gift Aid Form, alternatively you can download a form by clicking on the image to the right. This download includes a Membership Form for those wishing to join our Society.

 

 

Please click below to download our Gift Aid Form
Gift Aid Form

Higher resolution copies of the vintage postcards on this website are available to Society Members.

Please e-mail us with your name, membership number and postcode, quoting the number appearing below the postcard.


click here for vintage postcards
Click here for vintage postcards

 

Our Trustees Report is available on this website.

 
Jack Windmill  

The dates when Jack Windmill will be open exclusively to Society Members are listed on this website.

Details of the procedure by which Society Members may visit Jack Windmill are given in our newsletter "Remolo".

Click here for further details

The underground passage joining the Granary to both Jack and Duncton : Photo - Paul Barber

The AGM Minutes published below are updated following the AGM at which the previous year's AGM minutes are formally agreed by Members, therefore minutes will be published approximately 12 months after the date of the meeting. The next update should be in April 2018.


MINUTES OF AN ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
HELD ON SUNDAY 20TH MARCH 2016
AT THE AGE CONCERN CENTRE, DALE AVENUE, HASSOCKS AT 2.30PM

THE PRESIDENT WELCOMED ALL TO THE MEETING

1. APOLOGIES
These were received from Maria and Danny Jarmann, Janet and Jack Slaughter, Joy and Keith Cook

2. MINUTES OF THE LAST MEETING
These were duly agreed by those present and signed by the President

3. TREASURER'S REPORT
This was presented by Simon Potter, proposed for acceptance by Roger French and seconded by David Meares

4. TRUSTEES ANNUAL REPORT
Copies of the report were distributed to those persons present at the meeting

5. RE-APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY SOLICITORS
In the absence of Jack Slaughter, Sue Sickelmore said she would contact Bennett Oakley Solicitors of Burgess Hill to check if they were able to continue in this capacity

7. RE-ELECTION OF DIRECTORS
Roger French, Simon Potter and Janet Thomas were all re-elected unanimously by a show of hands

8. RE-ELECTION OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENTS
Unanimously by a show of hands, Lionel Cole was re-elected as President and Michael Hoddell and Danny Jarmann as Vice Presidents

The President suggested that a message of best wishes be sent to Janet and Jack Slaughter and Sue Sickelmore confirmed she would deal with this

There being no further business, the meeting closed at 2.44 pm.