AGM

The Committee manages the affairs of the Centurions.

The Centurions’ affairs are managed by elected four Officers plus a Committee which meets three or four times a year. The Committee is always looking for Centurions to join existing members to help shape our future. If you are interested in joining us, or helping with a specific task for a specific period of time please contact the Hon. Secretary for further information.

All Centurions are entitled to attend and give their views at any General Committee meeting provided they have notified the Hon. Secretary at least seven clear days before the meeting takes place.

The AGM is held at the beginning of each year, generally January.  All Centurions are welcome to attend, contribute to discussions and vote. Committee elections are conducted at the AGM so notice of forthcoming vacant posts and an invitation to propose nominations are included with the Christmas Newsletters from the President and Captain.

2022 AGM

The 2022 AGM held online was attended by 24 Centurions. Thirteen apologies for absence were received.

Main points

As Covid had led to the exceptional circumstances of cancelling the 100 miles the President Pam Ficken C934 and Captain Martin Fisher C788 accepted the invitation to stand for an extra year.

Chris Flint C849 succeeded Sue Clements C950 as Hon. Secretary after three years in post.
A series of informal training walks will be organised to encourage and support walkers entering the 100 miles. Richard McChesney C1131 will organise the next one in Richmond Park, London.

The draft 2022 AGM Minutes record the discussions and decisions of the meeting.

The Secretary’s post-AGM Newsletter provides a summary of the meeting.

The venue for the next AGM on Saturday 28th January 2023 remains to be decided.

Past AGM Minutes

Post 2022 AGM Newsletter

2020 AGM

2019 AGM

2018 AGM