Members at the AGM on 26 October 2013 © National Trust

Members at the AGM on 26 October 2013

Watch our AGM on-line

Our next Annual General Meeting is on Saturday, 8 November 2014 at the STEAM Museum in Swindon - please come along.

Alternatively you can watch on-line. Details about how to do so will be published later in the year but please put the date in your diary now. We aim to make the on-line experience as good and engaging as possible.

The 2013 AGM took place on Saturday 26 October at St David’s Hall, Cardiff. The event is for our members, and gave you the chance to help steer the organisation through debate and voting on our resolutions.

It was a great opportunity for us to talk to you about the ways that we work. We also showed you what’s been happening over the last year and gave you the opportunity to join in with a debate about energy policy and the role of renewables.

AGM webcast

The AGM was broadcast live on Saturday 26 October. You can watch it again.

AGM questions & answers

Meeting and greeting at an AGM

At every AGM we set aside as much time as possible to respond to members’ questions. This is where members get the chance to raise matters of interest, opportunity or concern with us.

Annual report

2012/13 was a busy year which saw important property conservation work undertaken, improvement of visitor facilities, new acquisitions and continued involvement with wider issues, including planning proposals.


Two resolutions were proposed by the Council and two by members.

Download the members' resolutions and the Council's responses:

Council elections

Find out which of the 23 candidates were elected to our Council at the 2013 Annual General Meeting.

AGM 2012

The 2012 AGM was held at STEAM, The Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, on Saturday 10 November 2012.

Read the minutes, watch footage and see who was elected to Council.

AGM procedures

Information about our procedures surrounding our Annual General Meeting and how voting works at the AGM.

Resolution procedures

Any Trust member may submit a resolution to be considered at the Annual General Meeting. Here are the details of how to submit a resolution and how the voting on resolutions works.

Election procedures

The Council is the guardian of the spirit of the National Trust and of its long term objectives.