Monday 10th October 7.30 in Social Club
EGM and monthly meeting of DADCA Board.
EGM called to amend points in the
DADCA's Memorandum and Articles of Association
The following amendments are intended to M&A
Replace "Dornoch and District" with "the IV25 postcode area"
2 General Structure:
10c: add"100 members or 10%, whichever is the least, of the defined community must be members of the organisation."
3 Application for Membership:
15 - add "No member can be refused admission without good reason"
All members are warmly invited to attend
At the 2016 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING on Tuesday 12th July - the following were elected to the DADCA Board of Directors.
Chair - William Sutherland
Vice -Chair - Carol Mackay
Treasurer - Patrick Murray
Company Secretary - Kim Tewnion
Bookings Secretary - Judi Sutherland
Donald Goskirk (jnr)
Stop Press: The Trustees of the Meadows Park have applied for and been granted leave by the Lord Advocate of Scotland to vary the terms of their Deed of Trust to permit them to sell a portion of the Meadows Park to DADCA for the purposes of building a new Community Centre for the Dornoch area there.
DADCA has now to finalised and submitted an application to The Big lottery for £1.1m to help fund the new building. The bid has been prepared by Sandy Anderson in liaison with the DADCA New Build Committee and we are very grateful to Sandy for his meticulous work on our behalf.
You can see all the proposed plans and the history of the project by selecting the Plans and History button below. Likewise click the colour image to see a full set of 3D images provided by our Architect.
Plans and History
Welcome to DADCA. We are a volunteer run charity whose twin aims are to establish and maintain a community building in Dornoch and to help promote and encourage voluntary groups and individuals active within the Dornoch area.
Our main asset is the Dornoch Social Club. The building was originally the school but for many years it has been used for social and recreational purposes. The Social Club was refurbished in 1980 but recent surveys estimate that in excess of £1,000,000 of renovation work may be required to bring it up to current standards.
In 2009 we secured funding from the Highland LEADER fund to undertake a Feasibility Study into a replacement community building, which eventually lead to a successful bid to the Big Lottery Fund in early 2014 for initial funding for the design stage for our new build project.
We are most grateful for the tremendous support received from our great community.
|Thanks to all our funders :-|