Wednesday, 23 December 2020
Subject: Re: Rotas for week commencing 28 December & 4 January
To: Des Alner
Hello All.Having helped with tonight`s late opening. The whole town was shut after 5pm. apart from Swans yard. So extremely quiet. There were 5 of us in and in discussion were of the opinion that we should close from Xmas to new year on the 4th. As Lindsay and Diana have already expressed their views ,I propose we extend the views to all. Most of town will be shut and considering our current crisis , we need to decide quickly as many of us have to deal with family issues etc. which have been impacted by the crisis. So does the committee want to take this on or leave to everyone`s response ? I think we need a decision SAP . Not wanting to be negative.take care DesOn Monday, 21 December 2020, 11:51:27 GMT, Liz Shewan wrote:I take it we're staying open... aren't we lucky when everywhere else is going into tier 4! Logically we all sit in the gallery or shop for groceries and mix with people not in our households as it is, so I do wonder what's the difference to any other time?
Happy Christmas everyone x
I take it we're staying open... aren't we lucky when everywhere else is going into tier 4! Logically we all sit in the gallery or shop for groceries and mix with people not in our households as it is, so I do wonder what's the difference to any other time?
Happy Christmas everyone x
Subject: Re: Rotas for week commencing 28 December & 4 JanuaryWell done, Kate! I admire your positivity.
One really can't assume that everyone's mixing with other households. It'll be business as usual for Hazel and me. We don't mix with people as a general rule.
Hazel and I are in for the Saturday and we'll be happy to do Christmas and the New Year.
And ~ by the by ~ we've just been into the gallery and pinned up the new rotas in the kitchen for those not online. We went in and did this after doing the #SalisburyChristmasMarket where we saw Fiona and OH Stuart also doing a stint there. It was fairly quiet and we took a third of what we took last year. Still, it was good to get some feedback and make a few sales.
Cheers! And #HNY21! 👍🎄
On Sun, 20 Dec 2020 at 12:54 Kate Toms wrote:
Dear All,I can cover for Diana on Wednesday afternoon.Best wishesKate
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On 20 Dec 2020, at 11:58, Anna McDowell wrote:
I agree with you Lindsay, this is definitely something to think about.
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On Sun, 20 Dec 2020 at 09:53, Lindsay Keir <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear allSorry Diana but I can't help but this does bring up a conversation that should be had about coming into the gallery during the week between Christmas and the New Year.We will all be mixing with a couple of different households maybe and I feel that we should close to limit the risk of infection.Coconut and Cotton reopen on the 4th and we could follow suit.Does anyone feel the same?It's usually very quiet anyway.
Best wishes for Christmas and a vaccine in the New Year.
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On 20 Dec 2020, at 09:34, Diana Girdwood wrote:Dear All,
Really sorry to do this but I am in Yorkshire caring for my parents and in tier 3.
I am down for a shift this Wednesday 23rd Dec. Being responsible I should self isolate when I get back.Would anybody be able to cover for me please ? I will do a full day instead of a half on one of my next shift days.
Subject: Rotas for week commencing 28 December & 4 January'Evening All
Here's the rotas for weeks commencing 28 December and 4 January. Please note that the shifts are all full so ignore the handwritten rota in the kitchen for these two weeks as they are incorrect. I will leave hard copies in the gallery when I can get there.
Friday, 18 December 2020
Tuesday, 15 December 2020
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2020 at 12:17
Subject: Re: application for chair role
To: Window live 2018 kate toms
Thanks Hazel for the thought but no thanks.Kate
Wednesday, 9 December 2020
Sunday, 6 December 2020
Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2020 at 12:59
Subject: Re: Cleaning vacancy
Thanks for your message.
Excellent idea this - it would be good to have the job done on a regular basis without having to take up the time that an artist could spend more creatively.
Also, an additional point is, that with so many people now desperate to find some sort of employment in these troubled times, it would be at least a small supportive gesture to the local community.
All Best Wishes
Sent: Saturday, 5 Dec, 20 At 18:51
Subject: Cleaning vacancy'Evening AllSince Lisa relinquished her role it was agreed at the recent committee meeting that we need someone to make sure the gallery is kept in tip-top shape. As yet no-one has stepped forward to continue with this vital work.Because of its importance it was decided that the gallery will have to employ someone to do an early morning/evening shift ~ an hour at the beginning of the week and another at the end of the week. Payment would be £10 an hour. (So £20 a week would have to come out of the £3.50 a month payment all artists contribute. As a consequence this may well have to be increased.) The job would entail:
- steam-cleaning & vacuuming the floor
- cleaning the kitchen
- washing & replacing tea towels
- cleaning both door windows
- emptying the bins
- cleaning both desk areas & screensArtists' display areas remain the responsibility of each artist to keep clean and tidy. So it's up to you to keep them looking fab.If any of you would like to take up this vacancy please let me know within the next 7 days. If l don't hear anything the job will be advertised.Grenville AllenCygnet Members Liaison Officer
Date: Fri, 4 Dec 2020 at 20:47
Subject: Re: Twitter PR
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