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The Village Picnic on Saturday 12 May took place on a day when light rain was never far away with dark clouds passing overhead. Residents braved the weather with colourful umbrellas not wanting a drop of rain to put a halt to the fun. The scheduled events apart from one exception all occurred. The children were excellent with their dance and fitness routines. The choir gave a rousing rendition of popular songs and several individual singers contributed to the enjoyment. The dog show was well supported with different breeds of dogs taking part and there were a good number of entries in the cake competition. Artwork and face painting were available and tee shirt printing.
Many gazebos were provided by the contributing participants and the local fire brigade and police came to show the action capacity of their vehicles. Climbing aboard was allowed under supervision of the officers.  
The litter picking on Saturday 7 April went very well with 31 persons taking part which included scouts, cubs and beavers plus the Rapid Response Team. A big effort was made by everyone with sackfuls of rubbish of all sorts and some big items collected. Needless to say refreshments were very welcome. The bags were brought back to the Heritage Centre for onward transfer to the Sevenoaks District Council rubbish facility.






Following the discussion to consider a new Residents Association on Monday 20 November 2017  and the initial meeting of the new Hextable Hub for Residents on 
Monday 5 February 2018 an AGM was arranged for Monday 26 March 2018. At this meeting the new Constitution was introduced and Membership Cards issued to residents who had completed Application Forms and paid the first annual subscription of £10. Voting was carried out to appoint Andrew Lawrence as Chairman. Louise Young as Secretary and Ilga Parker as Treasurer. Conversation took place about the sort of Events which we could run during the year. There was great concern about the speeding of traffic through the village and the constant bypassing of the chicanes. The chairman has made good contacts with the Police after the spate of crimes last Autumn. 

Resolutions agreed at the Hextable Hub Meeting on Monday 5 th February 2018:-

1) That this meeting elects Andy Lawrence, Lizzie Fogarty, Louise Young, Rose Jackson, Andy Proudlove, Christine Proudlove, and Ken Grist to be the officers of the association known as Hextable Hub for Residents.
2) That this meeting instructs the Officers to take the steps necessary to open a bank Account, appoint auditors, and take such other steps as may be necessary to form the Association known as Hextable Hub for Residents.
3) That this meeting instructs the officers to develop and adopt a constitution for the Association known as Hextable Hub for Residents.
4) That this meeting instructs the officers to seek and accept membership applications to the association known as Hextable Hub for Residents and to collect membership subscriptions.
5) That all residents of the Parish of Hextable, together with a single representative of any business or organisation, may become members of the association known as Hextable Hub for Residents. and that the initial membership fee shall be £10.
6) That, beyond the present meeting, only members of the association known as Hextable Hub for Residents shall be entitled to vote at meetings and that decisions shall be made by a simple majority of the members attending any meeting.


 
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