ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING and Election of Committee

The AGM will be held at 8PM, 26th Sep 2012 at the Church Hall, rear of Grace Baptist Church, Park Ridings, N8 (Shopping City end)

Would you like to be a member of the Association's Committee? The Association exists under a formal constitution, with a committee elected at this time each year. The committee elects the Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer and Secretary and generally comprises 5 members from Hornsey Park Road, 3 from Park Ridings, 2 from Alexandra Road and 1 member from each of Malvern Road, Ravenstone Road and The Avenue, broadly reflecting the number of residents across our area.  We are always looking for new members of the committee, able to help for a year or more.

There are approximately five committee meetings per year and you will have an opportunity to help shape our association and improve the area. It’s low key, sociable and hugely rewarding. Over the years, we really have a made a difference and, with your help will find new ways to make our area a more pleasant and safer place to live.


* Chair’s Report on the past year

* Treasurer’s Report

* Election of Committee – please consider standing for the Committee

* The year ahead – whatshould we be doing?

**Refreshments at the interval**


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