Calling all Tendring Twinning Association members: the committee had set a date for the AGM for Wednesday, 29th April. As the news of the Coronavirus is ever-changing, it seems that this date might well be too enthusiastic.
The situation is still unclear, but we want to let you know that we are still keeping on top of things and will let you know of a postponed date if it becomes necessary at the earliest possible opportunity.
Joy Phillips, Chairman, TTA
The Annual General Meeting will this year be on Wednesday 15 May at 19.00.
Members, please put this date in your diary, more details will follow.
The Annual General Meeting will this year be on Wednesday 23 May at 19.30. Members, please put this date in your diary, more details will follow.
The Chairman, Joy Phillips, welcomed twenty nine members to the 2017 AGM, held on Wednesday 3rd May.
The Minutes of the 2016 AGM were accepted and agreed.
Minor revisions to the Rules had been proposed by the committee during the previous year. These were brought to the meeting’s attention and were agreed. A copy is available on application via the website.
The Chairman gave an illustrated report on the Association’s activities during the year. Further information can be found on this website for those marked *. The main activities were:
Richard Polom took the meeting through the changes he had made to the website. When you have finished reading this article, why not explore the site?
Audited income and expenditure sheets for the periods 1 January – 31 December 2016, and 1 January – 31 March 2017 were circulated.
The Chairman outlined events planned for 2017. Further information can be found on this website for those marked *. The main activities are:
Following the request from members at the 2016 AGM, the committee has been attempting to strengthen the association, and a report on its conclusions had been circulated in advance of the 2017 meeting. The key positives for the future are:
- The new van secures the ability to take stock to the twinning markets in Biberach and Valence;
- The Christmas market in Biberach was manned by TTA members for most days;
- The website has been improved;
- Several important policy documents have been written and are on the website;
- Events for members have been arranged (see above);
- The Chairman has been networking and making contacts with local organisations to increase membership.
Problems facing the association were also outlined, leading to a very positive debate with members about ways forward. The committee welcomes any suggestions from members about how the association could be strengthened.
Officers and committee members for the forthcoming year were elected. These can be found on the website.