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Annual General Meetings (AGMs)

Annual General Meetings are important. They are a meeting held once a year, which all members of an organisation are invited to attend. The purpose of an AGM is to give members a report on your organisation's activities and finances for the previous year, to allow time for members to ask questions, and, when necessary, to elect new members of your governing body for the coming year.

Annual General Meetings take a lot of planning - click the links below for tips on how to make your next AGM better.

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