RoadPeace Annual General Meeting

RoadPeace will be holding its Annual General Meeting and Members’ Gathering on Friday 22nd June at 3.00pm. Members and supporters are invited to join us, hear from engaging speakers and meet with other RoadPeace members and supporters.

Nick Simmons, RoadPeace CEO says:

We have an interesting programme planned for this year’s AGM. We will be hearing from two of our members, Lucy Harrison and Elaine Gordon about how local groups are working hard to support victims and campaign. Caroline Lloyd, one of our Trustees, who has recently written a definitive guide to grief and grieving, will tell us more on this important subject as part of a talk and workshop. We’ll also be sharing more about two key London based projects launched this year that we’re involved in, and sharing more about our plans and ambitions for the future too. And of course, there will also be plenty of opportunities for you to help shape these thoughts and meet other RoadPeace members and the staff and Trustee team.

Registration is from 2.30pm, and the programme is as follows:

3.00pm Formal AGM business, to include:
– Welcome from RoadPeace Chair, Cynthia Barlow OBE

– Approval of minutes from the 2017 AGM, adoption of 2017/2018 accounts

– Election of Trustees and Honorary Officers to the RoadPeace Board of Trustees

– Report of activities and achievements in 2017/2018

4.00pm Membership Gathering
Supporting victims and campaigning – presentation from RoadPeace members Lucy Harrison and Elaine Gordon
Grief Demystified – a talk and workshop from RoadPeace Trustee Caroline Lloyd

Presentation of the RoadPeace Mansoor Chaudhry Award for Outstanding Contribution to RoadPeace
RoadPeace Award Presentation

5.15pm High Tea Reception

6.30pm Close

Please note: The AGM is free to attend for members. If you are not yet a member, please join us beforehand, or at the event.

Venue: William Penn Suite, Friends House, 173-177 Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2B

RSVP: Please email by 15th June if you would like to attend, space is limited