Panfield Community Association
Panfield Community Association (PCA) meet in Panfield Village Hall on the third Monday of very month at 8.00 pm, except for August when there is no meeting. The current committee was appointed at the March 2017 AGM. The PCA act as 'gatekeepers' for organising events in the village. All meetings are advertised in the village magazine - Round About Panfield (RAP), on notice boards, the Panfield Village website and on the Panfield Community Asociation Facebook page. The PCA encourage all Panfield residents to attend meetings to create diversity and input fresh ideas. The meetings are very friendly and informal.
The PCA have collaborated with the Church, Pub and clubs and organisations to agree an Events Calendar (see the Events tab above).
The PCA is always looking for people to help out at events. You do not have to be a committee member or commit yourself to attend the monthly meetings. We are aware that everyone is very busy, but if you think you have time to help out at any of the advertised events, then please contact any committee member. You will receive a very warm welcome.
Chair: Danny Canning - firstname.lastname@example.org or 07856 516610
Secretary: Sarah Reid 07939 617909
Treasurer: Christine Joyce 01376 528477
Village Hall Bookings Clerk: Julia Wilson - email@example.com or 07711 079122
Committee Members: Bridget Smith, Tony Banks, Lynne Canning, Caroline Bowser, Margaret Cockwell, Kevin Roberts, Julie Butson, Loraine Borrett
Trustees: Christine Joyce, Danny Canning
Pananza lottery draw
Another great way to support the village and its residents is to join in Pananza, Panfield's very own montly cash prize draw. To find out more and to see a list of recent winners visit the Pananza Lottery Draw web page.
Round About Panfield (RAP)
This is our Panfield parish magazine. It is produced by the PCA on behalf of the residents of Panfield. It includes Panfield Church Outreach and is well on the way to being self-financing from advertising and a contribution from the Church and Parish Council. To see the latest editions visit the Panfield Parish Magazine (RAP) web page where you'll also find a link to the archive page for older editions.
We're looking for a new RAP Editor. Can you help? Find out more.