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o begin with, the committee would like to wish Richard Kendall lots of luck in his new


home in Henfield. Richard was the chairman of the fundraising


part of the community centre – for a number of years. He was key to securing funding for the project


and instrumental in the actual refurbishment during 2009. Donning a hard hat and yellow jacket, Richard took responsibility with quantity surveyors, managed builders and negotiated the building site. Donning a suit, Richard communicated with


parish councillors, coordinated finances and budgets and reported progress to the committee. All this was achieved in a quiet, unassuming


manner with patience and tolerance, he has worked tirelessly in this voluntary capacity for the community centre and it is with our regret he stands down from the committee. However, we wish Richard health and happiness in his new home. Brian Hibberd stands as the new chairman of the Community Centre Friends (CCF). If you are interested in being involved in the community centre and the friends group, why not come and meet us and at least learn a bit more about the centre and its users? Did you know, for example, about the work the


Zumba classes are a hit at the centre.


t a e k w o n d o leaders do with young people? Or the Zumba sessions that keep people looking fit and healthy? Come and


have a cup of tea or coffee and a cake or two at our expense on S a t u r d a y morning, September 24. No commitment on your part, or ours. Just


B J taekwondo club


celebrate winning gold, silver and bronze awards.


enjoy the free coffee and meeting like-minded people, any time between 10am and midday. Finally, there is more success to report for BJ


‘Richard worked tirelessly in this voluntary capacity for the community centre and we wish him health and happiness in his new home’


Academy – at the Nottingham 2nd Open Championship. The taekwondo club in Abbots Langley, run by


Master Johnson, 7th Dan, took seven fighters and travelled up to the championship on August 11. The team gained valuable experience in competing which was recognised by achieving a gold, silver and bronze medal. B J Academy train weekly at Abbots Langley


Community Centre, if you would like more information about taekwondo take a look at the website www.johnsonmartialarts.co.uk.


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