AGM rescheduled to Wednesday the 5th of December 2018

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Due to complications with our original event date, we unfortunately have to reschedule our AGM.

We look forward to greeting you on the new event date: Wednesday 5th December 2018, held at:

Reeltime Music,
Newarthill Community Education Centre,
High Street,
Newarthill,
Motherwell
ML1 5JU

One AGM, two events

Since we have such a wide and varied group of stakeholders, this year we are holding two events: an afternoon session and an evening session:

  • Daytime AGM: 1400-1500

  • Evening AGM: 1900-2100

Please feel free to attend one or both sessions. We would be delighted to see you!

Free tickets available here.

AGM Notice 2018

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AGM NOTICE

Reeltime Music

The Annual General Meeting for Reeltime Music will take place on Wednesday 21st November 2018 at Reeltime Music, Newarthill Community Education Centre, High Street, Newarthill, Motherwell ML1 5JU (7pm for 7:30pm start)

The AGM is open to board members, friends, patrons and the staff and volunteers at Reeltime Music and welcomes members of the public.

If you would like more information or would like to attend, please contact us at reeltimeboard@gmail.com

Agenda

1.      Arrival/ Introduction

2.      Presentation of Annual Accounts

3.      Presentation of Annual Report

4.      Minutes from 2017 AGM

5.      Elections

6.      Refreshments in Coffee Bar and Studio Tour

Volunteer Opportunities Available

We are delighted to offer the opportunity to join our team of volunteers.

We are looking for capable, skilled individuals who have an interest in working closely with young people across our varied workshops and we are asking anyone who is interested to read the role description and apply at the link below.

Volunteer Workshop Assistant

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The Reel World Cup

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Round 1

 

Match 1

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Match Report

The Proclaimers raced into an early lead and never looked likely to be on the losing side. With 65% of the vote the Edinburgh boys have sent out a clear statement of intent to the rest. They've walked it into the Quarter Finals.

Match 2

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Match Report

On form Ed Sheeran had the edge in a very tight first half however the experience of Bryan Adams carried him through the tie with 60% of the vote

Match 3

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Match Report

A slow and steady buildup turned into a clear win for Meat Loaf with 61% of the vote

Match 4

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Match Report

An absolute humdinger of a matchup, trading the lead until The King of Pop grabbed a last minute winner to reach the quarter finals. 49%-51%, match of the round.

Match 5

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Match Report

A tight and cagey affair for most of the game had The Police taking a slight advantage however you can never rule out the Fab Four, with 55% of the vote, The Beatles rallied and progress to the Quarter Finals

Match 6

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Match Report

The Battle of Britpop 2 only looked like having 1 winner, the Gallagher's first number 1 single was far too strong, strolling into the next round with 61% of the vote

Match 7

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Match Report

A very one sided affair saw Nirvana take control of the match early on and apply sustained pressure, Pharrell didn't stand a chance, 22%-78%

Match 8

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Match Report

Mama, just killed a man...

94% of the vote, Bill Haley just got punted into orbit

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Quarter Finals

Match 1

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Match Report

When I wake up, well I know I'm gonnae be, I'm gonnae be in the semi finals of #TheReelWorldCup!!  80%-20%, not even close

Match 2

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Match Report

Things are getting serious now, The King of Pop has shown The Fab Four the exit door, moonwalking into the semi finals with 66% of the vote

Match 3

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Match Report

Here we are now, entertain us! Nirvana have stood the test of time, through to the semi finals with a whopping 71% of the vote

Match 4

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Match Report

Another strong showing from Freddie and the boys, laying down a marker with 84% of the vote

Semi Finals

Match 1

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Match Report

Can Scotland win #TheReelWorldCup? The Proclaimers are through to the final with 67% of the vote

Match 2

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Match Report

Queen show why they're the bookies favourite for the competition, a one sided match ending with 74% of the vote

Third Place Playoff

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Match Report

Nirvana have taken the bronze in a surprising upset, beating Michael Jackson 62%-38%

Final

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AGM Notice 2017

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AGM NOTICE

Reeltime Music

The Annual General Meeting for Reeltime Music will take place on Thursday 30th November 2017 at Reeltime Music, Newarthill Community Education Centre, High Street, Newarthill, Motherwell ML1 5JU (12.30pm for 1pm start)

The AGM is open to board members, friends, patrons and the staff and volunteers at Reeltime Music and welcomes members of the public.

If you would like more information or would like to attend, please contact us at reeltimeboard@gmail.com

Agenda

1.      Arrival/ Introduction

2.      Presentation of Annual Accounts

3.      Presentation of Annual Report

4.      Minutes from 2016 AGM

5.      Elections

7.      Refreshments in Coffee Bar and Studio Tour

Volunteer Opportunities Available

We are delighted to offer the opportunity to join our team of volunteers. We have 2 different roles available and we are asking anyone who is interested to read the role description for each role and apply at the link below.

Volunteer Workshop Assistant

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Volunteer Studio Engineer

AGM Notice 2016

AGM NOTICE

 

Reeltime Music

 

The Annual General Meeting for Reeltime Music will take place on Thursday 1st December 2016  at Reeltime Music, Newarthill Community Education Centre, High Street, Newarthill, Motherwell ML1 5JU (7.00pm for 7:30pm start)

 

The AGM is open to board members, friends, patrons and the staff and volunteers at Reeltime Music and welcomes members of the public.

If you would like more information or would like to attend, please contact us atreeltimeboard@gmail.com

 

Reeltime Music are honoured once again to have Clare Adamson, MSP closing the proceedings.

 

 

Agenda

1.      Arrival/ Introduction

2.      Presentation of Annual Accounts

3.      Presentation of Annual Report

4.      Minutes from 2015 AGM

5.      Elections

6.      Presentation by staff & volunteers – “The Impact of Our Work This Year”

7.      Refreshments in Coffee Bar and Studio Tour

Reeltime Music secure UKSE Funding

Reeltime Music secure UKSE Funding

 

Motherwell based charity, Reeltime Music, has hit the right note with UK Steel Enterprise for a third time to receive £2,000 for a young mothers’ outreach project to be rolled out in North Lanarkshire.

In partnership with Music Co-OPERAtive Scotland (McOpera), Reeltime will teach interactive music skills at two eight-weekly sessions between September and December 2016 to young parents aged 15 to 25 years old and their children under five. The aim is to provide informal music experience to young parents to boost their confidence and aid child development while encouraging bonding with their child.

Families will be given musical challenges to complete and try out popular instruments such as guitar, drums and keyboards as well as explore more unusual instruments including cajóns, ukuleles and mandolins.

McOpera will then lead families though music and play sessions designed to encourage bonding and communication while creating music and having fun together. Parents and children will sing and rhyme, play with props and puppets and enjoy percussion activities which will be linked to everyday life. The rhythms will also provide a calming and soothing effect for children, and parents will be given resources to recreate the fun at home.

Laura Scott, project co-ordinator at Reeltime Music, said: “We identified that young parents lacked the confidence and self-esteem to attend community groups which could benefit them and their child. Our project will act as a stepping stone to encourage attendance in mainstream groups and promote understanding of the benefits of artistic time with their child.

“Without this funding from UKSE the project could not have gone ahead. The extra funding allows the project to run further and therefore have a bigger impact on the young parents facing disadvantage in our community in North Lanarkshire.”