Would You Like to Help But Don't Know How or Simply Don't Think That Your Voice Matters Enough To Make A Difference?
Here are 6 simple ways in which you can make a difference and make sure your opinion matters about upholding the Covenant and or Re-opening the Hall. You have nothing to lose by simply writing or emailing some of the major decision makers. Also, writing letters to not only the local media, but the national media can work. Last but certainly not least is the power of acting together in numbers. Tell your friends, family and colleagues. Email, twitter, tweet, facebook, buzz, etc.. all your social contacts. The more people know about what is happening the more they will want to offer support. This is an issue affecting many other Communities across the country and now is the right time to shout it from the rooftops.
(Please remember that all correspondence will reflect on the Community
and we ask that you be considerate and curteous at all times.)
Write to Alcester Town Council expressing your views. Please remember to say whether you are an Alcester Resident / Alcester Borough Resident, user or visitor. This will help the Council with their research. Please remember that with the exception of the Town Clerk the role of Councillor is a voluntary non-paid position and as such only correspondence requesting a reply will be answered.
Alcester Town Council
Write to the Portfolio Holder for Resources, People & Property at Stratford District Council who is responsible for decisions on the future of the Covenant.
Stratford District Council
Elizabeth House, Church Street
Warwickshire, CV37 6HX
Write to your MP Nadhim Zahawi. He is after all your conduit to Central Government. Let him know how you feel about the situation.
Mr Nadhim Zahawi MP
Member for Parliament Stratford
3, Trinity Street,
Warwickshire, CV37 6BL
Telephone Stratford surgery for an appointment.: 01789 292723
Write to the Charities Commission expressing your concern. Unlike popular belief the CC have very little power to intervene in the running of a Charity, however they will make note of any correspondence received and if it is thought that the grievance or concern may seriously affect or damage public trust and confidence in the Charity Commision as an effective regulator, they will respond.
Write to the Greig Trustees (Hannah Susan Greig Memorial Company Llb), directly and as individuals, not through the management of the Greig or the Greig Centre address!
1. Vice-Chair & Company Director
of (HSGMC Ltd.)
Mr David M. Rose
41, Blackthorn Way
Alcester, B49 6BW
2. Trustee & Company Director of
Mrs Wendy Maher
7, Alne Bank Road
Alcester, B49 6QU
3. Trustee & Company Director of
Linda F. Chadwick
Yew Tree Cottage
Mill Lane, Broom
Alcester, B50 4HR
4. Chairman & Company Director
of (HSGMC Ltd.)
Mr Ross Alexander Greig