AGM information

HCCA Annual General Meeting 2021

Our 2021 AGM will be held on Monday 8th November and, all being well, we look forward to welcoming you in person at Holy Trinity Church. Doors will open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

In light of Covid-19 we have decided that numbers must be limited to 41 and safety procedures will be put in place during the event. So book your place early by signing up to the following Eventbrite link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hotwells-cliftonwood-community-association-agm-tickets-188883133537

 

We will be advertising the event across our community notice boards and on Facebook, but if you would like to put a note in your diary and spread the word that would be appreciated.

Our speaker, after the formal business is completed, will be Geoff Wallis, an engineering conservator. Geoff has over 30 years of practical experience in the conservation of architectural and structural metalwork and historic machinery. He will give us an overview about the industrial and maritime features of the Cumberland Basin/Western Harbour area and tell us about the work he has carried out to the swivel bridge also known as Brunel’s other bridge. 

Refreshments will be served.

 

Agenda for 2021 AGM

1. Welcome

2. Apologies

3. Approve Minutes of last AGM 9th November 2020

4. Reports (to include reading or summary and questions)

Chairman's Report: Dennis Gornall

 

Activity Reports

The Piazza: Anna Wilson

Cliftonwood Town Green: Carol Lilwall

Transition Group: Richard Hancock 

Hazel Streeter:

Paths and Graffiti work: Caroline Grazebrook 

Cumberland Basin Stakeholder Group: Dennis Gornall 

Treasurer’s report: Brenda McLennan

 

Approval of Accounts

Election of Management Committee

and close of formal AGM

5. Open session. A chance for you to raise issues, ask questions, make suggestions

6. Talk by Geoff Wallis: The History of Western Harbour through its buildings and structures

7. Close

 

 

Minutes of previous Annual General Meetings

2019 AGM 

2018 AGM

2017 AGM

2016 AGM