If you’ll be at Liberal Democrat conference this weekend, come along to our AGM! It’s your chance to elect our committee for the coming year and discuss our campaigning priorities.
We are meeting at The Balmoral Hotel, 11-13 Kerley Rd, Bournemouth BH2 5DW on Sunday 17 September, 15.30–16.30.
The agenda is as follows:
1. Apologies for Absence
2. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of 18 September 2016
b. Matters Arising
c. Membership Secretary
4. Annual Accounts
To consider and approve the annual accounts for 2016.
5. Membership fee
To set the annual membership fee at £10 and the concessionary fee at £5 for the year commencing 1 October 2017.
6. Election of Officers and Executive Committee Members
d. Membership Secretary
e. Up to five Ordinary Members of the committee
7. Appointment of Examiner
To appoint an Examiner of the accounts for 2016.
To discuss the activities of Liberal Democrats for Electoral Reform.
You can download print-formatted copies of the AGM agenda and last year’s minutes here:
As usual, LDER will have an exhibition stall at the Bournemouth Conference. You can find us at Stall CZ3, in Solent Hall (the main exhibition area). Do visit us for a chat or to ask any questions you have.
We are also looking for volunteers to help out on the stall for an hour or two. No special knowledge is needed – just enthusiasm – and it’s a great way to help raise the profile of electoral reform within the party.
If you’d like to help, you can sign up for a stall slot to suit you using our Doodle Poll. Just enter your name on the left-hand side of the poll, and click any time-slots which you can cover.
Annual General Meeting
Our AGM this year will be held on Sunday 17 September, 15.30–16.30 at the Balmoral Hotel, 11-13 Kerley Rd, Bournemouth BH2 5DW. You can see a map of the location here.
All members are very welcome – this is your chance to come and elect the new committee, and to contribute to the discussion on what we should do in the coming year.
If you are interested in getting more involved with the activities of Liberal Democrats for Electoral Reform, we are also looking for new committee members. If you’d like to know more about what’s involved and how you can help, you can come and have a chat in person at our stall in the exhibition area or drop us a line at email@example.com.
Other opportunities to promote or discuss electoral reform while at conference include:
• Saturday 10.10–11.40: Consultative session: Party Strategy Consultation. Have your say to ensure electoral reform features strongly in the party’s strategy for the next five years.
• Sunday 13.00: Social Liberal Forum – Dark Money: a threat to the integrity of UK elections? Highcliff Marriott, Sherbourne Suite.
• Sunday 18.30: Electoral Reform Society & Make Votes Matter Drinks Reception. Hilton, Rule to Blot Room.
• Monday 13.00: Electoral Reform Society – Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit. Highcliff Marriott, Sherbourne Suite.