An Annual General Meeting is a vital part of the local party calendar and one of the most important legal duties a local party has to carry out each year. The purpose of an AGM is to allow members to hold the officers, exec and councillors to account for their work during the year and to elect next year’s officers. Your treasurer will present a budget for the next year and might also present draft accounts. It’s also important to appoint an independent examiner (or an auditor for local parties with an income over £250,000 a year) for the annual accounts. It's also a great chance to see other members and socialise!
Our last AGM took place on 24 November 2021 and you can view the minutes by clicking here.