Annual General Meeting 2021

Cotton-grass flourishing at Armboth, following  peatland restoration work with National Trust, United Utilities, Natural England & Defra credit Cumbria Wildlife Trust

Cotton-grass flourishing at Armboth, following  peatland restoration work with National Trust, United Utilities, Natural England & Defra © Cumbria Wildlife Trust

Annual General Meeting 2021

Location: Virtual Online Talk, Plumgarths
Crook Road
,
Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8LX
Members are invited to join us for this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), which will be taking place online again this year following the success of last year's digital event.

Event details

Date

Time
10:00am - 11:30am
A static map of Annual General Meeting 2021

About the event

Members are invited to join us for this year’s AGM, which will be taking place online again this year following the success of last year's digital event. This is your opportunity to hear about the Trust’s work to protect wildlife and wild places, thanks to your support over the past year.

The AGM will receive the Audited Accounts & Balance Sheet for 2020-2021 and the Board’s Annual Report, and will be asked to vote for the election of two new Trustees and to appoint the Auditors for the 2021-2022 financial year.

Presentations from Chief Executive, Stephen Trotter and Senior Reserves Officer, Joe Murphy will reveal highlights from across a wide range of conservation projects and nature reserves. You’ll also find out about the Trust's plans for the future.

As the AGM is taking place online via Zoom, you can join us from the comfort of your own home. Please book in advance. All you’ll need is a laptop, desktop PC, or smartphone. Details of how to join the meeting will be supplied upon booking. Please read your confirmation email carefully.

Papers, including the 2020-2021 Annual Report & Accounts, are available to download below. These documents will also be available to download during the meeting.

 

Booking

Contact us

2021 AGM Agenda

2020 AGM Minutes

2020-21 Annual Report and Accounts

Gamebirds and recreational shooting

2020-21 Wildlife Highlights