Posted: September 7th, 2020
THE Association’s 2020 annual general meeting in London, and the Scottish annual meeting in Glasgow, have been postponed until next spring.
This decision illustrates how the Covid crisis has made life so much more difficult – and was prompted by fears over risks to our members using public transport, together with difficulties over venue availability.
Assuming current lockdown restrictions have significantly eased by then, our AGM 2020, originally booked for October 13 this year, will now take place on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at the usual St Alban’s Centre, Holborn.
The AMP’s 2019-20 financial accounts, together with those for year-ending March 31, 2020, will be presented for formal approval at the rearranged AGM.
The Scottish annual meeting will follow on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at the usual SDR & SM venue.
Further updates will be given in Mirror Pensioner – as well as on this website.
By PETER THOMPSON
© Peter Thompson 2021. Extracted from Cudlipp’s Circus by Peter Thompson, Kindle Edition.
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