Henbury Society AGM

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This year's Henbury Society AGM will be held along with the Millennium Green Trust AGM in

Henbury Church Hall at 7.15 for 7.30 on Tuesday 16th May 2017.

Light refreshments will be available between the two meetings.

We will be electing the Officers and Committee Members of the Henbury Society for 2017-18 and reporting on the Society's involvement in

  • The Cheshire East Local Plan
  • The New Village Website www.henbury.org

Everyone is most welcome and we look forward to seeing you on May 16th.

For the year 2017-18 only, the Society is offering complimentary membership to all existing members and to all new members who register for membership between May 2017 and April 2018. From May 2018 the Annual Subscription will revert to £5 per household/ £3 per single occupancy.

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