The Leintwardine Centre needs a new treasurer

As our current Treasurer Mike Rix and his family will soon be leaving Leintwardine, we have to find a replacement. 

The job is primarily a book-keeping role and does not require accountancy skills as such. Mike is preparing a ‘how to do it’ pack and there will be an induction and handover process before he leaves. The key responsibilities are as follows:

  • Record all incoming and outgoing payments. 
  • Prepare invoices for tenants and hirers of the Centre.
  • Provide regular financial statements to the Centre’s committee. 
  • Manage and issue cash floats and bank cash receipts. 
  • Administer the Centre’s bank accounts and handle all banking matters. 
  • Prepare end of year financial accounts for the Centre and the Charity Commission. 

Download the Treasure’s role specification as a pdf.

So, if you feel able to take on this important role please email our Chairman, Martin Vincent  – he’ll be pleased to hear from you!

Outdoor theatre came to our community
The Comedy of Errors in Leintwardine

Our first venture into Al Fresco Shakespeare with Rain or Shine Theatre Company’s The Comedy of Errors in the Jubilee Gardens at the Centre on Saturday 19 August was a huge success. It shone! We look forward to putting on more productions with the Company both in the winter (indoors) and next summer (outdoors).

Make a Film With Your Phone Guide

Leintwardine LiveWire is looking for people to make films about their interests or hobbies and about local events to share with the community. We’ve produced a PDF guide which you can download to help you; please contact Jo Comino for more details.

Keep Herefordshire Warm

Some information leaflets on how to keep warm next winter.

Keep Herefordshire Warm is Herefordshire Council’s home energy advice service. By providing a freephone advice linededicated home energy advisors and grant funding for eligible homes, Keep Herefordshire Warm supports households to use less energy, lower their bills and make energy-saving improvements to their properties.

Homes relying on electric heating may be eligible for free first-time central heating, grants are available for insulation and support for when your boiler needs repairing or replacing. Warm, affordable homes are vital to health and quality of life – and Keep Herefordshire Warm is here to help make the winter months more comfortable.

Call free on 0800 677 1432, or visit

Download this leaflet as a pdf
Download this leaflet as a pdf