At the Committee Meeting on 11 July 2017 a presentation of a bottle of Proseco and a potted Azalea was presented to Richard Marsden on his retirement from the Board of Trustees. A speech of thanks for his loyal and long service was made by the Chairman, Mr Keith Woods.
Keith Presenting Richard with his Gifts
Richard Receiving Gifts
The new Logo for The Reading Rooms was the result of a project undertaken by pupils from Buttsbury, Quilters, St. John's and St. Peter's schools which saw 22 proposals submitted for consideration. The Buttsbury Junior School version, jointly submitted by Aimee Phillips, Imogen Nichols and Tom Dodd, was used as the basis for the finally agreed logo. The school was awarded a gift token by the Reading Rooms Trustees to the value of £100 and each of the three contributing pupils received £10 vouchers.
Futher information can be seen in the Photo Album
COMMITTEE ROOM AND HALL FOR HIRE
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If you have hired the Reading Rooms, the Management Committee would welcome your views about the facilities. Please complete our survey form by clicking on 'Surveys' in the left column.
The Billericay Reading Rooms are historic premises located at 73 High Street, Billericay, Essex, CM12 9AS and are available at a competitive cost.
There is a Committee Room seating up to 12 people, that is used for meeting of local Societies and Clubs, Conferences, Interviews, counselling sessions, Civil Meetings and sometimes just for a group of friends wishing to get together.
Main Hall and Kitchen
Alternatively, why not think about hiring our Main Hall and Kitchen for a birthday party, a fund raising day for your favourite charity, for play groups, exhibitions, commercial or a plant sale.
The hall can accomodate up to 60 persons and the kitchen has refreshment making facilities.
|Why not attend one of the special classes held here. There are regular classes for the Visually Impaired, Meditation, Workers' Education Association and many more|
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