Annual General Meeting
The Science Council’s Annual General Meeting is a formal meeting of Member Bodies, providing them with an opportunity to hear from the Board on the work of the charity, progress on the strategy and plans for the future.
The business of the Annual General Meeting includes Members’ receipt and consideration of the annual report and accounts of the Council, the appointment and determination of the remuneration of the auditors, announcement of new Board members, and any other business relating to the charity. When applicable, the business of the AGM will include the election of the President and the Elected Trustees.
Notice of Annual General Meeting: 12 July 2023
The 2023 Annual General Meeting of the Science Council will be held online on Wednesday 12th July at 11.00am.
All Members are welcome to attend.
All Member Bodies of the Science Council are entitled to attend and participate in the business of the Annual Meeting. Other individuals may attend as observers but are not entitled to vote. Proxy Votes will be accepted.
Formal business of the Annual General Meeting will include:
- To receive and consider the Annual Report and Financial Statement for the year ending 31st December 2022.
- To approve the appointment of Kreston Reeves Chartered Accountants as auditors for the period to 31st December 2023
- To authorise the Board of Trustees to agree the remuneration of the Auditors
- Members will also receive the results of the 2022 Trustee Election.
Details on how to register will be posted here shortly.
Other upcoming General Meetings
As per our Bylaws, in addition to the Annual General Meeting, the Board convenes at least one additional General Meeting per year. To provide Members with further opportunity to come together the Board will usually look to convene at least two General Meetings per year.
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All Member Bodies are welcome to attend and each Member is entitled to send two representatives.
All Member Bodies have the right to vote at on the resolutions at any General Meeting. Each Member has 1 vote.
The AGM is an opportunity for Members and the Board to discuss the charity's past performance and future prospects. To that end, the Board invites Members to provide feedback and comment to inform the charity's activities. However, if you would like to submit a question in advance of the Meeting because, for example, you are not able to attend in person, you can do so by emailing email@example.com