Packed AGM starts with moving account from Steve Crabb whose 31lives.com project describes the lives of Queen’s Park residents who died in WW1 active service
Annual General Meeting
Thursday 8thNovember 2018
St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Church, 150 Salusbury Road
Please join us for food and drink from 7.30pm
Meeting starts at 8.00pm
- Special Item: The Serviceman of Queen’s Park in the First World War – Steve Crabb
- Minutes and matters arising from 2017 AGM
- Chair’s report
- Treasurer’s report and QPARA’s accounts for 2017/18
- Membership Secretary’s Report
- Website Manager’s Report
- Action committee and liaison members
- Zone representatives
- Urgent business (business normally dealt with at monthly meetings will not be covered at the AGM, unless it is urgent and cannot wait until the December monthly meeting)
- Meeting closes
- Meet your neighbours and mingle over a drink and some food before the meeting starts.
- Put yourself forward to help out in any way that you can, by volunteering practical help, joining action groups, or helping to running our events or meetings.
You can join the Association at the AGM, but you are also welcome to come as a guest.
We look forward to welcoming you on Thursday.
Janis Denselow delivered her final Chair’s report to warm applause and congratulations from a packed QPARA Annual General Meeting on Thursday and welcomed her successor Virginia Brand who will take the Chair at the next meeting on 8 December.
She Tweeted: Thank you ALL @Qparkres for the fab flowers. It’s been a great 3 years as QPARA Chair. Still big challenges ahead! We are def up for them!Although stepping down as Chair, Janis will continue to be an active QPARA member and will be supporting Virginia as she takes on her new role.
It’s AGM time again – but don’t be put off by the title, QPARA AGMs are celebrations. An opportunity to meet your neighbours and share a drink and delicious home-made food. During the year, QPARA spends a lot of time on weighty local issues that affect us all – air pollution, planning, parking and local NHS services, to name just a few.
But this night is a time to welcome new and current members to celebrate our achievements and reflect on how much we add to our vibrant community. Please join us at St Anne’s and St Andrew’s in Salusbury Road. If you are not yet a member, you can join on the night.
Oh yes, and we do have to go through the business of electing a new Chair. After three amazing years, it is my turn to stand down and open this position up to a new face. So please do join us at 7.30pm on Thursday.
St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Church, Salusbury Road, 7.30pm refreshments, 8pm meeting begins.