Orchard Ground Committee

A group of volunteer villagers work on our behalf to raise funds for the maintenance and upkeep of the magnificent Biggs Pavilion, and for the promotion of sport and recreation in the village. The Biggs Pavilion is also available for hire for private events.

The current committee is as follows:
Duncan Mack (Temporary Chairman, Secretary), Mike Bush (Treasurer), Michael Reilly (PC & Cricket ), Gary Brazier (Tennis), Mark Cheetham (Pavilion Bookings), Bob Paine (Horticulture, Table Tennis & fundraising), Colin Antosiewicz (Maintenance), Miranda Gregory (Events), Liz Smith (Grants and Pavilion), Martyn Waters (Grants and North Field), Rolling Representative (North Field)

Any volunteers for joining the committee would be gladly welcomed!

The committee also helps support other village organisations such as the Fete and the Children’s Christmas Party. Contact any committee member for more details.

Orchard Ground Constitution
The Association shall be called Orchard Ground Association. The Association is formed to provide recreational facilities on Orchard Ground for the benefit of the residents of Cublington and surrounding villages.  Membership of the association is automatic for Cublington residents.

The Association is managed by an elected committee and is answerable to the Parish Council, who own the land.

The committee shall consist of no more than 12 members including a Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, who should all reside in the village, representatives from each of the cricket and tennis club and allotment society and 6 other committee members. The Committee shall include one member of the Parish Council and the rest of the Committee be confined to the residents of Cublington and members of clubs and societies using the Orchard Ground facilities.  No more than 2 committee members should reside outside of the village.

At a committee meeting a quorum shall be 7 members. Minutes shall be taken at all meetings and shall be available for inspection by any Cublington resident and placed on the cublington website. The financial year will end 31st October each year and be audited annually.

This Constitution may be amended or added to by the resolution at a General meeting.

100 Club 2017-18
The Cublington 100 Club is the biggest annual fund raiser for the upkeep and the maintenance of the Orchard Ground Pavilion.

Each ticket costs £12 for the year and there are ten draws between May 2017 and February 2018.

We sold one more ticket this year – 225 than last year. The amount raised was £2,688 of which the prize fund was £1350 making a profit of £1338. The prizes each month (between May and Feb) will be dependent on the number who enter. Last year they were £50: £35: £25 and £15. An extra one-off Christmas draw pays £100 to the winner. All draws take place at the Table Tennis Club evening at the beginning of each month. The more tickets we can sell will mean bigger prizes.

The last twelve months has seen 41 winners! The odds on winning are 252 – 1. Much better than the National Lottery!!

You can also contact me direct at my E-mail address: bobpaine2002@hotmail.com for tickets.

Good luck to you all……Bob Paine.

100 Club Winners 2017-18
£1350 Prize Fund

May 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Gordon Sparke (CC)
2nd Prize – £35 – Felix Jameson-Evans (CC)
3rd Prize – £25 – David Bradbury
4th Prize – £15 – Tom Gadsby

June 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Anthony Gore (CC)
2nd Prize – £35 – Graham Dunn
3rd Prize – £25 – Stephen Bullock (CC)
4th Prize – £15 – Kathy Parish

July 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Alex Inglis (CC)
2nd Prize – £35 – Alexander Garthwaite (CC)
3rd Prize – £25 – Peter Alexander
4th Prize – £15 – Annie Lovatt

August 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Gary Brazier
2nd Prize – £35 – Frankie James
3rd Prize – £25 – Nick Gurney
4th Prize – £15 – Harvey Mack

September 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Roy Shons
2nd Prize – £35 – Tom Gadsby (CC).
3rd Prize – £25 – Kevin Sawyer
4th Prize – £15 – Alexander family

October 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Jerry Keohane.
2nd Prize – £35 – Chris Mountfield.
3rd Prize – £25 – James Sykes. (CC).
4th Prize – £15 – Graham Dunn.

November 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Kim Walls.
2nd Prize – £35 – Mark Cheetham.
3rd Prize – £25 – Annie Lovatt.
4th Prize – £15 – Honor Vale.

December 2017
1st Prize – £50 – Chris Jones.
2nd Prize – £35 – Paul & Kathy Shute.
3rd Prize – £25  – Ian Roy (CC)
4th Prize – £15 – Ali Mountfield.
Special one off £100 Christmas draw Ben Rayner.

100 Club Winners 2016
£1350 Prize Fund

May 2016
1st Prize –   £50  – Harriet Knights.
2nd Prize –  £35  –  Michael Alexander.
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Alexander Garthwaite. (CC).
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Colin Justice.

June 2016:
1st Prize  –  £50  –  Mark Cheetham.
2nd Prize –  £35  –  Liz Darlington.
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Harvey Mack. (CC).
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Jerry Keohane

July 2016:
1st Prize.  –  £50  –  Finlay Duguid,
2nd Prize. –  £35  –  Kerry Brazier.
3rd Prize.  –  £25  –  Roy Shons.
4th Prize.  –  £15  –  Michael Alexander. (Again!!).

August 2016:
1st Prize  –  £50  –  Felix Jameson-Evans. (CC).
2nd Prize –  £35  –  Colin Antosiewicz.
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Julie Tovey.
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Michael Lightfoot.

September 2016
1st Prize  –  £50  Powell-Williams family.(CC).
2nd Prize –  £35  Gwyniera Walters.
3rd Prize  –  £25  Pip Webb. (CC).
4th Prize  –  £15  Gracie Gregory.

October 2016
1st Prize  –  £50  –  Perkins family. (CC).
2nd Prize  – £35  –  Michael Alexander. (3 wins this year!!!).
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Jean Cross.
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Simon & Vanessa Morgan

November 2016
1st Prize  –  £50  – Ben Zelent.
2nd Prize –  £35  –  Mary Keats.
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Maggie Brandon.
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Daniel Hellgren-Derry. (CC)

December 2016
1st Prize – £50 – Freddie Bradbury.
2nd Prize – £35 – Tricia Bundock.
3rd Prize – £25 – Colin Antosiewicz.
4th Prize – £15 – Kerry Brazier.
One off extra Christmas draw winner –
£100 – Sara Leno. (Mark Darlington’s Sister).

January 2017
1st Prize  –  £50  –  Annie Lovatt.
2nd Prize –  £35  –  Peter Lawrence.
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Julie Tovey.
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Paul China. (CC).

February 2017
1st Prize  –  £50  –  Judy Dunn
2nd Prize –  £35  –  Alfie Willcocks (CC).
3rd Prize  –  £25  –  Alex Inglis (CC).
4th Prize  –  £15  –  Peter Lawrence

 

100 Club Winners 2015
£1500 Prize Fund
May 2015:
£50 – Alice Zelent
£40 – Di Grace.
£30 – Stan Darlington.
£20 – Caroline Lane.

June 2015:
£50 – James Lorrimore. (CC).
£40 – Ben Powell-Williams. (CC).
£30 – Ali Lovatt.
£20 – Jenny Middleweek.

July 2015:
£50 – Sandie Joy.
£40 – Patrick Bush.
£30 – Liz Joy.
£20 – Stuart Gibby

August 2015
£50  – Janet Edwards.
40  – Teri Moult.
£30  –  Alexa Wilson. (CC).
£20  –  Jonathan Holmes. (CC).

September 2015
£50  –  Oscar Middleton. (CC).
£40  –  Evelyn Griffiths.
£30  –  James Peat. (CC).
£20  – Ben Powell-Williams. (CC).

October 2015
1st Prize – £50 – Steve Jenkins,
2nd Prize – £40 – Sam Carter. (CC).
3rd Prize – £30 – Joe Missen.
4th Prize – £20 – Claudia Kucment.

November 2015
1st Prize – £50 – Amy Holmes.
2nd Prize – £40 – Jaquie Dixon.
3rd Prize – £30 – Mark Cheetham.
4th Prize – £20 – Colin Gilbert.

December 2015
1st Prize – £50 – Gary Brazier.
2nd Prize – £40 – Isaac Dakin. (CC).
3rd Prize – £30 – Mike Bush.
4th Prize – £20 – John Law.
One off Christmas winner: £100 – Sara Leno.

January 2016
1st Prize    £50   Margaret Barker.
2nd Prize   £40  Honor Vale.
3rd Prize    £30  Steve Godfrey. (CC).
4th Prize    £20  Jack Reekes. (CC).

February 2016
1st Prize   –   £50   Ruth Cook.
2nd Prize  –   £40   Harry Gadsby. (CC).
3rd Prize   –   £30   Oscar Middleton. (CC).
4th Prize   –   £20   Ian Galloway.

Thank you for your support

The Biggs Pavilion
Having been completed in February 1998, and recently redecorated,  The Biggs Pavilion has established itself as a much used village resource. And due to its imaginative design, it has much to offer for a wide variety of uses.

The Biggs Pavilion is named after the Biggs family, (pictured above), who were local farmers and when the last member of the family passed away, Orchard Ground, the field and the site of The Biggs Pavilion, was left to the village for the development of recreational pursuits for the village community. The Parish Council set up the Orchard Ground Committee, who are responsible for the development and its upkeep and often run fundraising events thoughout the year.

The Building
With generous help from the National Lottery Sports Fund and Aylesbury Vale DC it was possible to build a superb multi-use pavilion. Many villagers gave their support by purchasing a brick for the walls in Cublington’s “Buy ‘A’ Brick” campaign, details of which can be found in the foyer.

The Aylesbury District Council Chairman, Councillor Freda Roberts MBE, opened The Biggs Pavilion in April 1998.

The Pavilion comprises:

• FUNCTION HALL :- Good sized area suitable for birthdays, discos and wedding receptions, any occasion possible. Also space available to erect a large marquee.

• KITCHEN :- Catering should be arranged by the hirer but facilities are available. Fully equipped catering kitchen installed. All appliances are electric. Kitchen also provides for up to 100 place settings.

• CHANGING FACILITIES :- Male and female changing areas, each with a shower area.

The Rates
up to 2.5 hours
• Village residents £25
• Non-Village residents £30
nb discounts for block bookings available

Dances, Discos & Parties
• Village residents £60
• Non-Village residents £90

Weddings
– whole day 9am-Midnight
• Village residents £150
• Non-Village residents £200

For hiring conditions and more information please contact Mark Cheetham on
01296 681258 or markcheetham123@aol.com

Online booking diary
www.ogpavilion.keepandshare.com