The Liverpool Irish Centre Annual General meeting will take place on Thursday 3rdh November 2022 at 7pm at The Liverpool Irish Centre 6 Boundary Lane Liverpool L6 5JG. We will be posting on our website all of the relevant papers in advance of the meeting, including the accounts and any papers supporting applications to become a trustee (see below) twenty one days before the date of the meeting.
The meeting will have before it the following agenda:
1 Minutes of the AGM dated 16th September 2021
2 Report on the Accounts to the year end March 2022
3 Report of the Chair on the activities of the Liverpool Irish Centre 2021-2022
4 Election of new trustees to the committee
5 Report on the premises at Boundary Lane.
Resolutions arising from the above where appropriate will be posted on the website with the formal notice of the meeting twenty one days before the meeting. You need to have your subscription paid up to date by 2nd November 2022 if you wish to vote at the meeting but anyone can attend. Communications about membership will be going out to all members shortly. Details of how to become a member can be found on the website.
If any member wishes to join the committee, he or she must give notice of application to the Administrator, Maureen Morrison by no later than 5pm on Tuesday 11th October 2022 either in hard copy by post or delivery by hand to the Liverpool Irish Centre or by email at
email@example.com. The notice must contain a short statement of the candidate’s background and reasons for wishing to join the committee, together with details of the persons nominating and seconding the application who should either sign the application or email confirmation to similar effect. The committee would particularly welcome people who have expertise or experience in fundraising, managing building projects, or project management generally, accounting, HR or IT.
All applicants must be motivated by a desire to further the work of the Centre and to assist in providing the best possible amenities for the pursuit of Irish cultural activities. We aim to be the best Irish Centre in the UK and the best community Centre in Liverpool. We aim to provide the best possible welcome to all who come to the Centre regardless of race, religion, creed, age or gender. All applicants must be committed to making the Centre a diverse and inclusive place. The committee reserves the right under clause 26 of the Constitution to decline any application if the committee considers the applicant does not adhere to the values of the Liverpool Irish Centre. There are currently ten trustees. Two have indicated they wish to retire from the committee. Another trustee will be required to seek re-election.
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