We Totnes Community Development Society do hereby give notice that on 18th August 2017 we applied to the Licensing Authority at South Hams District Council for a new Premises Licence at Elmhirst Building and Playing Field, King Edward VI Community College, Ashburton Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5JX known as The Elmhirst Site.
The application is for a festival, open to ticket holding members of the public from 11:00 – 23:30 on the 7th October 2017. Activities include: sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises from 11:00 to 22:30; regulated entertainment (live and recorded music, performance of dance and other similar activities) from 11:00 to 23:00.
During the period in the run up to the election the Directors of Totnes Community Development Society (TCDS) and as Sole Trustee of the King Edward VI College Site Foundation (known as the Mansion), would like to make it clear that we work on behalf of the community of Totnes as a whole, across the political spectrum. TCDS does not endorse and does not support any political party. TCDS does not have any allegiances with any political party. We invite everyone to get involved with the processes facilitated by TCDS, whatever their political position.
The King Edward VI College Site Foundation (known as the Mansion) in Totnes are seeking expressions of interest from organisations interested in renting the Pulse building. This is the annex building on the end of the Mansion site that was formerly used by Totnes Progressive School.
An application for a £2.9 million National Lottery grant for redevelopment of the Brunel Building at Atmos Totnes has been accepted by Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
As part of its work, as trustee of the Mansion in Totnes, Totnes Community Development Society (TCDS) are seeking to recruit a Centre Manager and Centre Receptionist to support a vibrant and well managed future for this important community building.
As of the 1st of January 2017 Totnes Community Development Society has become the sole trustee of The Mansion Charitable Trust in Totnes. Devon County Council has concurrently retired as Trustee.