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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - 27th March 2024

We shall be holding our Annual General Meeting on 27th  March 2024 just before our March Talk.  A formal invitation and papers will be issued at least 21 days prior to the meeting.

 

All Committee members have to be re-elected or elected each year at the AGM.  In line with our Constitution and on behalf of the Committee,  any Nominations you would like to make for those to be elected and re-elected to the Committee should be submitted to the Secretary by Wednesday 21st February (35 days before the AGM).


In addition, please submit any Resolutions that you would like to be considered at the AGM by 21st February.  Any Resolutions will be considered by the Committee and then circulated to Members for consideration prior to the AGM.

All Nominations and Resolutions must be submitted with a Proposer and Seconder to the Secretary via info@theartssocietycorinium.org by 21 February 2024.

VISIT TO THE BLACK COUNTRY MUSEUM - SAVE THE DATE - 14th May 2024

Save the date of Tuesday 14th May 2024 for our visit to the Black Country Museum.

FIFTY TREASURES OF THE WEST MERCIA AREA - AVAILABLE NOW

The West Mercia Area of the Arts Society is large and diverse, including the Cotswolds, the cities of Worcester, Gloucester, Hereford, Cardiff, Brecon and St Davids, the West Wales Coast and the Malvern Hills. 

The Fifty Treasures book concentrates on a selection of treasures that might not normally be found in conventional guides, all of which have been selected by the members of the various Arts Societies in the West Mercia Area.

Copies of the Fifty Treasures of the West Mercia Area, priced £5 will be on sale at our Talks meetings at the Cirencester Baptist Church.  

Why not keep a copy in your car and next time you are exploring the West Mercia Area see if you can find the treasures in the book. Three of the treasures are in or near Cirencester!

Help us improve and grow our Society

We are constantly working to improve and grow our Society – this works particularly well when Members actively participate in the delivery of our activities.  For each role, we are endeavouring to recruit at least two people.  This gives extra support to the role holders, provides back-up for when one is on holiday and, importantly, increases ideas and creativity in our approach. 


Any members interested in helping are asked to contact any of the committee members during a meeting, or by email.