Category: Meetings

Notice of AGM - Monday 18th July 2016 

This years AGM will take place on Monday 18/07/16 at the Paisley group meeting.   The AGM is a formal procedure required as part of our Constitution and to comply with OSCR  charity requirements.  The AGM follows the format of a report on the group over the past year, accounts report and the re-election of the trustees and committee members.   

Members are welcome to put forward nominations for a position on the committee, or to become an ordinary committee member.  If more than one nomination received for any position, it will be put to a vote of members present. 

Current trustees/committee members are 

Chair: Allan Borland
Secretary: Hazel Borland
Treasurer: Joanne Meikle
Committee Members: Des Quinn, Amanda McKinlay, Steph Roy

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