TERM DATES


AUTUMN TERM 2022

Thursday, Sept. 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
October 6th ,13th, 20th 


Half-term 

November 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
December 1st, 8th, (15th tbc)


 

PAYMENT OF SUBS

 Subs of £55 are due at the beginning of each term (3 terms a year).

 Please note - in line with so many other businesses, we are trying to move to non-cash payments only.   We  will still accept cheques, made payable to Suffolk Soul Singers and  passed on to Mary-Rose.

However, we would prefer it if members would pay by monthly standing order or by bank transfer.

 Monthly standing order

12 payments of £13.75  (N.B. You don't need to bank online in order to set up a standing order -  you can simply visit your bank or building society and fill in a form.) See below for  the SSS account details.  Using this method of payment makes life much easier for our Treasurer, and, once it's set up, you never have to worry about getting your payment in on time again. 

 

BACS  payment 

Using the account details below you can transfer your payment to the SSS account at the beginning of each term. However, please include your name in the reference box, so that we know who the payment has come from.)


       Account name: Suffolk Soul Singers

       Sort code: 08-92-99

       Account no: 65402753

 

 

 

Sept. 8th - Teresa & Liz

Sept. 15th - Janey & Lisa J

Sept.22nd - Jo & John

Sept 29th - Kat & Vicky

Oct. 6th - Trudie & Sue

Oct. 13th - Lisa G & Maureen

Oct. 20th - Karen & ?

2nd Half Autumn Term

 

10.11.22   Claire & Lynn

17.11.22   Cat and Lesley

24.11.22   Mary-Rose and Deb

01.12.22   Winnie and Graham

08.12.22   Julie and Steven

15.12.22   Judith and Celia

 

Tea & Coffee Rota

1st Half Autumn Term

If it's your turn .....

On arrival:

Check the water heater is on

Find the SSS supplies in 2 Waitrose bags in cupboard with sliding doors to the left of the counter

Set out cups in 4 sections (tea, decaff tea, coffee & decaff coffee)

Put milk, sugar, spoons, spare cup for tea bags  on the small square table. If there are any biscuits in the Quaker Oats tin, put those out on a plate on the table, along with any new packets.

At beginning of break:

Make up tea & coffee in appropriate numbers & set them out.

At end of break:

Put the tea, coffee, sugar, etc. back in the Waitrose bag.

Put biscuits from opened packets into the Quaker Oats tin and return to bag, along with any unopened packets.

Wash any spoons and put back in Waitrose bag. 

Put the bags back in the cupboard.

Turn off the hot water

Generally tidy the kitchen area

On return to the hall, check that there are no cups still hanging about

At the end of the evening

Check that no rubbish has appeared and that the kitchen is still tidy.

Double check the water heater is off.