AGM procedures and reports

Tim Parker

The Annual General Meeting is convened in accordance with The Charities (National Trust) Order 2005 as follows:

Annual General Meetings

 
1) The annual general meeting shall be held on such date between 1 September and 31 December each year, at such time and in such place as the Board of Trustees decides.
 
2) The only business which may be dealt with at an annual general meeting is:
 
(a) business which in accordance with the National Trust Acts and the Scheme is required or authorised to be dealt with at annual general meetings;
 
(b) a resolution proposed by members in accordance with clause 35 of the Scheme, and notice of which is given in the notice of the meeting; and
 
(c) a resolution proposed by the Board of Trustees, and notice of which is given in the notice of the meeting.
 

Report and Accounts

 
1) At each annual general meeting the Board of Trustees shall present to the meeting a report of the activities of the Charity in the preceding financial year and the accounts of the Charity for that year.
 
2) Copies of the report and accounts shall be available:
(a) at each annual general meeting; and
(b) on written application to the Secretary.

The Charities (National Trust) Order 2005 (PDF)

The AGM is convened in accordance with The Charities Order 2005.

Group of walkers with Llyn Ogwen and Tryfan in the background. Carneddau and Glyderau, Gwynedd.

Annual reports 

Our Annual Report and Accounts looks back on our performance last year and looks forward to our future plans.