What Future for London’s Countryside? Panel discussion and 2022 AGM
CPRE London’s AGM 2022 takes place on Thursday 19 May, 6-8pm at the Gallery, 70 Cowcross St, EC1M with a discussion on ‘What Future for London’s Countryside?’
Our 2022 AGM which will be our first in-person event since 2019! We are once again taking the opportunity to minimise the paperwork we send out and to ask members to access the formal papers including the agenda, trustee nomination form, and Annual Report and Accounts for 2021 online (see links below). To request paper copies of any of the AGM documents please contact email@example.com or call 0207 253 0300 and leave a message with your postal address.
To attend the AGM please sign up on Eventbrite here – sign up for the meeting or call us on the number above. If you would like to stand for election as a trustee of CPRE London please complete and return the nomination form by Thursday 5 May.
Following the formal AGM business we will be hosting a panel discussion on What Future for London’s Countryside? with presentations by landscape architect, Kim Wilkie, and our departing Director Neil Sinden, along with a panel discussion with leading commentators including Sarah Williams from Sustain/London Food Link, Paul Wood author of London is a Forest, Crispin Truman, CEO of National CPRE, communications specialist, Juliet Alexander, and Theo Thomas, London Waterkeeper. We will also be introducing our new Director Anna Taylor. This event is part of the Urban Tree Festival and refreshments will be served.
We are also launching a new appeal Green Spaces for All! The pandemic has demonstrated the value but also the disparities in access to green space across the capital and we want to help tackle this. You can donate here – Donate to Our Appeal
Finally, please take a look at our Spring Green London Newsletter (link below). The newsletters are published quarterly and show what we are able to achieve with your support.
We really hope you are able to attend our 2022 AGM. We greatly value contact with our members and supporters, and are always interested to hear your views.
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If you would like to vote on the AGM motions and resolutions you can use the form below –