Why an AGM?

by | Nov 15, 2017 | 0 comments

Annual General Meetings are not usually the most entertaining events so why does Blues Trust hold one? We hold one because we have to.  We are set up as a community benefit organisation and are legally required to hold an annual meeting to report to our members and give them an opportunity to ask questions.

The formal part of our AGM usually doesn’t take too long.  We report on what we have done and ask our members to approve the minutes of last year’s AGM, accept the accounts and elect board members. After the formal part, we discuss priorities for the coming year and concerns about the club.  Every member present can contribute to the discussion.

If you are coming to the Nottingham Forest game on Saturday, why not come a bit early and attend our AGM? It is at 11 am in the Deritend Training Room at St Martin in the Bull Ring. Non-members are welcome to come as observers.

Here are links to the agenda, reports and accounts:

Agenda of 2017 AGM

Minutes of 2016 AGM

Chair’s report to 2017 AGM

Annual report and financial statements

Simplified income and expenditure account

Candidates’ statements

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