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AGENDA. Welcome, Introduction & Aims of the Meeting Presentation of the first 6 months results Questions Date of the Annual General Meeting Any Other Business. Uley Community Stores and Post Office. Financial and Governance Fund Raising Financial Highlights Volunteers & Helpers

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agenda
AGENDA
  • Welcome, Introduction & Aims of the Meeting
  • Presentation of the first 6 months results
  • Questions
  • Date of the Annual General Meeting
  • Any Other Business

www.uleycommunitystores.co.uk

uley community stores and post office

Uley Community Stores and Post Office

Financial and Governance

Fund Raising

Financial Highlights

Volunteers & Helpers

Operations

Review of what we said we would do on 24th April 2012

What next

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financial governance fund raising
Financial & GovernanceFund Raising
  • 202 Households responded to 2012 questionnaire
  • 205 Households invested
  • 325 Shareholders of £10 shares, or over, each
  • One Member one vote regardless of shareholding
  • £47,950 raised as Share Capital
  • £2,892 in donations
  • £20,000 grant from Plunkett Foundation
  • £20,000 3 year loan @ 8% matching grant
  • 10 year lease with 3 x 3 year break clauses for UCS

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financial governance financial highlights
Financial & GovernanceFinancial Highlights
  • Turnover is at over £12,000 a month
  • Turnover is back to 2008 figures
  • Turnover up 23.5% on 2011/12
  • Profitable at c£750 a month

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financial governance the first 6 months 1 st july 2012 31 st december 2012
Financial & GovernanceThe First 6 Months 1st July 2012 – 31st December 2012
  • Turnover £74,000
  • Profit £4,650
  • Cash £69,000

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financial governance
Financial & Governance

Allocation of the Funds

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financial governance funds in
Financial & GovernanceFunds in
  • Shares sold £47,950
  • Donations£2,892
  • Plunkett Grant £20,000
  • Required loan for grant £20,000
  • Total £90,842

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financial governance funds allocated
Financial & GovernanceFunds allocated
  • Start-up and refurbishment to date £18,500
  • Remaining cash £69,000
  • Stock £4,000

Additional projects in-progress or programmed

  • EPOS £6,000
  • Post Office refurbishment £8,000
  • Continued Shop Improvements £7,000
  • Loan Repayment £20,000

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volunteers and helpers
Volunteers and Helpers
  • Over 70 Volunteers have helped in the Shop
  • Aged between 18 and 80+
  • They all have a WONDERFUL SMILE
  • Trading continued throughout the refurbishment courtesy of Cathy White
  • Decorators and tradesmen were all local
  • 400 people have been involved in the project – without customers!

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operations
Operations
  • Open 7 days a week longer than before
  • Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm
  • Saturday 8am to 4pm
  • Sunday 8am to 12 noon
  • Old shop closed on 30th June 2012
  • UCS Opened on 1 July 2012
  • Major refurbishment in November 2012

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review of 24 th april 2012 meeting
Review of 24th April 2012 Meeting
  • Questionnaire Results
  • Location
  • Trading Hours
  • Post Office
  • Layout
  • Planned Product Lines and Suppliers
  • Planned Services
  • Volunteers
  • Management
  • Source of Funding
  • Shareholder Rules
  • Use of Funds
  • Time Frame
  • Summary

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questionnaire results 202 households participated in january 2012
Questionnaire Results202 Households Participated in January 2012
  • 89% thought the Shop was Important
  • 81% used it at least once a week & 51% daily
  • 88% thought the Post Office was Important
  • 64% used the Post Office at least once a week
  • Top 5 Products wanted by the Village are:
      • Newspapers 91% CONTINUED
      • Dairy 72% CONTINUED
      • Bread 69% CONTINUED
      • Cards 55% CONTINUED
      • Local Produce 54% CONTINUED

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location
Location
  • The current Uley Stores selected after detailed comparison with 2 other possible sites
      • Central & Visible Location
      • Existing Use (Planning)
      • Going Concern & Continuity of the Stores
      • Parking & Pedestrian Access
      • Continuity and Income from the Post Office
      • Good Size & Space
  • WE HAVE IT WITH A 10 YEAR LEASE

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trading hours
Trading Hours

Proposed Trading Hours for the Community Stores

Monday – Friday: 8am - 6pm

Saturday: 8am – 4pm

Sunday: 8am – 12 Noon

Open at Lunchtime

BUT IT DEPENDS UPON YOU

AND YOU HAVE DELIVERED

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post office
Post Office
  • To be open for 40 hours a week including Saturday Morning
  • To be Supervised by the 2 Paid Employees
  • Relocation of the Post office within the Shop
  • No planned change in Services / Contract
  • In agreement with Joy Gaytten, Angela Haddrell to be the Sub Post-Mistress
  • AND THAT IS HOW IT IS

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layout
Layout
  • Create more selling space
  • Move the Post Office counter
  • Position the Post Office counter next to the Shop counter
  • Create washing facilities
  • AND THAT IS HOW IT WORKED OUT

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planned product lines and suppliers
planned PRODUCT LINES AND SUPPLIERS
  • Over time review existing Products / Ranges
  • Maintain most existing – Hobbs House, Frocester Fayre etc
  • Add new local suppliers – Godsells cheese
  • We are looking for your recommendations but you need to buy the products!
  • AND YOU DID BUY THEM AND WE STOCK THEM

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planned services
PLANNED SERVICES
  • Over time review existing Services CONTINUING
  • Takeaway Beverages & Food WE DO HAVE SOME BUT WE DO NOT WANT TO COMPETE WITH PREMA
  • Wifi IS PROVIDED AT PREMA
  • Website and Trading Database UP AND RUNNING
  • Computer facilities eg Road Tax NOT SUFFICIENT DEMAND
  • Local Home Deliveries for the Housebound AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
  • Paper Reservations FOR WEEKLIES AND MONTHLIES
  • Credit & Debit Card Sales COMING VERY SOON
  • Cash Withdrawals AVAILABLE NOW

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volunteers
VOLUNTEERS
  • We need a Bank of 50 Volunteers WE HAVE 50
  • For a minimum of 2 hours a week FLEXIBLE
  • Ideally for at least a couple of sessions a week THEY ARE
  • Renew your interest with Angela and her team today YOU DID
  • Christmas Party WE HAD A GREAT DRINKS PARTY IN JANUARY!

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management
MANAGEMENT

Members (through the AGM)

Management Committee (elected by the Members)

Operating Team (Shop Manager and Job Shared Supervisors)

Volunteers

THIS IS HOW IT IS

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source of funding
Source of FUNDING
  • Start up Costs are £25,000
  • To date £15,000 raised WE GOT TO £51,000 AND A GRANT OF £20,000
  • Members buy Shares with values of:

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shareholder rules
Shareholder RULES
  • Each Member has a Single Vote DONE
  • So every Shareholder has one vote at the AGM however many shares he or she holds DONE
  • All Shares may attract a 2% Loyalty Voucher to spend in the Shop NOVEMBER 2013, TRADING PERMITTING
  • Shares should be regarded as a long-term investment in the community THEY ARE
  • They will never exceed their initial value THEY WON’T
  • Subject to trading, and the Society Rules, it can be withdrawn after a minimum period of 3 years WE HOPE YOU WILL BE THERE FOR US FOR AS LONG AS WE NEED YOU

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use of funds
Use of FUNDs
  • Stock £7,000 £4,000
  • First Rent & Rates for 3 months £3,000 £2,886
  • Refurbishment (WC; Decoration etc) £9,000 £25,000
  • Working Capital £4,000 £4,000
  • Loan to be repaid £ 0 £20,000
  • Contingency £2,000 £34,956
  • TOTAL £25,000 £90,842

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time frame
TIME FRAME
  • Fund Raising Now; closing 5th June DONE
  • Old Shop closes 30th June IT DID
  • ULEY COMMUNITY STORES OPENS 1ST JULY IT REALLY DID
  • Refit of UCS October 2012 NOVEMBER 2012
  • Grand Official Opening & AGM October 2012 HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES OFFICIALLY OPENED THE SHOP ON 22ND FEBRUARY 2013
  • New Management Committee Elected at AGM TO BE HELD 19TH OCTOBER 2013 AT 2PM

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summary
SUMMARY
  • We need your help WE GOT IT
  • Join as a Member YOU ALL DID
  • Become a Volunteer NOW YOU ALL ARE
  • Save your Shop by Shopping at: YOU DID

Uley Community Stores

S.O.S. YOU DID, THANK YOU

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so what next
So What next
  • More of the same
  • The Next Level Project (TNL Project)
  • EPOS
    • An easier & better “Till”
    • Improved Stock Control

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more of the same
More of the same
  • Volunteers (and we can always do with more please)
  • Service with a SMILE
  • A Community Shop the Village want to have
  • A Community Shop the Village want to use

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the next level project tnl project
The Next Level ProjectTNL Project
  • Completing the refurbishment
    • Improved fridges
    • More shelf space
  • Improving the customer experience
    • More logically organised
    • Improving the range

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EPOS
  • An easier & better “Till”
  • Improved Stock Control
  • Improved understanding of the business

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what can we do to help you move from 6 to 10
What can we do to help youMOVE FROM £6 TO £10
  • Average Uley Household Shop Spend = £6 a week (£3,000 a week split between 500 Households)
  • How can we help you to make it £10 per Household per week?

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summary1
SUMMARY
  • We have a thriving community shop
  • It is owned by the Village
  • It is run by Volunteers from the Village
  • It can still improve
  • You can help us buy increasing what you buy at the ULEY COMMUNITY STORES
  • And finally.. there are very few shops with this

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Uley Community Stores

officially opened by

HRH The Prince of Wales

on the 22nd February 2013

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