Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday the 4th of July 2015 from 11am – 1pm, as part of our residential conference at the NCTL, Nottingham. The meeting is open to all UKAGP members, not only conference delegates, and everyone is warmly invited.

Below, you can find all relevant documentation, including the proposed agenda and minutes from last years meeting. Please do print the documentation or download it to your electronic devices if you are coming along. If you have any issues accessing the documentation, or have any questions prior to the AGM, please email [email protected]

Download all documentation (as a .zip file)

or select individual pdfs:

AGM Agenda 4th July 2015

AGM 2014 minutes

UKAGP AGM 2014 Parked Issues Update – May 2015

UKAGP Strategy Document

Chair’s Report – May 2015

Finance Report 2014

AGM 2015 Proposed Constitutional Amendments

Nominations for Committee Form

Organisational Members’ Sub-Committee Announcement

Admin Role: Tasks and Responsibilities

Investing in Google Apps for Business

Can You Help Make UKAGP Stronger?

We are looking for two members to join the Organising Committee, one of whom will take the role of Secretary. Membership of the Committee is a valuable opportunity to participate in and influence the development of a growing national association as it becomes the established voice-piece for Gestalt in the UK.

The Committee meetings, usually held 3-4 times per year, are a friendly and supportive space to bring your experience of Gestalt and its role at the local, regional and national level. Previous experience of committees and associations is not a requirement – the most valuable voices in committee meetings are often those asking “Why is…done like this?” Needless to say, all costs of attending meetings are covered by the association and the time spent on the committee can contribute to your CPD requirements.

The committee role of Secretary to the association involves organising the preparation of agendas and minutes for both the Committee and AGM meetings. During meetings, the Secretary is often able to support the Chair in remaining focused on the direction of discussion and decision-making; they also take a lead in reviewing and amending the Constitution as required by changing circumstances.