Our next Annual General Meeting is on Saturday 7 November 2015 at the Steam Museum in Swindon

Tim Parker, Chairman © Countrylife/Jake Eastman

Tim Parker, Chairman

Annual General Meeting

Join us at your 2015 AGM

Your Annual General Meeting is on
Saturday 7 November 2015 at the
Steam Museum in Swindon. Come
along and hear from Tim Parker who
will share some of his experiences
and initial impressions in his first year
as Chairman.

This year we are marking the 50th anniversary of the Neptune Coastline Campaign by celebrating the coast.
We are taking this opportunity to raise the profile of our continuing work on coast and inviting supporters to help us raise a further £35million to support this over the next 10 years. At the AGM we will be showcasing some of the ways you have been helping us celebrate our coastal conservation cause.

Look out for your AGM booklet which accompanies your autumn magazine. It contains a Board resolution and discussion topic relating to the consultation earlier this year about proposed changes to the way the National Trust is run. There is also a members’ resolution, and details of your candidates seeking election to the Council.

Please use your vote

Every member has a vote. Your AGM booklet contains your voting papers, but these days it’s easier to vote online – it’s quick and saves us money too. Voting closes on Friday 30 October 2015.

Come along or watch the webcast

We hope you will join us in Swindon. Detailed information about attending the event will be available here in September.

If you can’t join us in person, you can watch the live webcast and submit questions online – see below for details.

For further about the AGM, either email us or call us on 01793 817663.

Use your vote

AGM ballot paper

Every member can vote on the AGM resolutions and in the Council elections. Your voting papers are included in your AGM booklet. Voting online is quicker and saves us money. Please remember to vote by Friday 30 October.

Vote online

Watch online

If you can’t join us in person, you can watch the live webcast and submit questions online. Last year we welcomed viewers from all over the world, many of who participated in the Q&A.

Learn with Land Map

The shingle bank of Bossington Beach sweeps around Porlock Bay

Use the new Land Map to discover more about our work this year. This handy mapping tool will help you to find and explore our acquisitions and show you how the number of places we protect has grown.

Find out more

AGM – further information

2015 AGM

Join us at this year’s AGM 

AGM booklet
Attending the AGM – information available in September
Annual Report and Financial Statements
2014 AGM minutes

 

2014 AGM results

AGM procedures

Voting on the AGM resolutions © NTPL/James Dobson

Find out how our voting works and the procedures:

AGM procedures
Resolution procedures
Election procedures
Voting procedures