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Annual General Meeting - Dumfries and Galloway Third Sector Interface
Fri 16 September 2016, 11:30 – 14:00 BST
The AGM of Dumfries and Galloway Third Sector Interface has been rescheduled for the 16th September 2016.
The rearranged date will allow the sector to meet newly elected MSP for Dumfriesshire, Oliver Mundell, and to hear his views and the views of The Scottish Conservative Party on the role of the third sector in Scotland and more specifically in Dumfries and Galloway.
Oliver grew up in Dumfries and Galloway. He attended his local school Moffat Academy, where he was Head Boy and was involved in a number of community organisations. After leaving school, Oliver attended Edinburgh University, graduating in 2012 with first-class honours in Law, specialising in constitutional law and legal theory. He has since worked for the multinational oil and gas firm Royal Dutch Shell and in the UK Parliament, where he was employed as a senior parliamentary aide to Geoffrey Cox QC MP.
In the run up to the Independence Referendum, Oliver co-ordinated the local Better Together campaign across Dumfries and Galloway on behalf of the Conservative Party. He has also played a key role in a number of local election campaigns and hopes to use his doorstep campaign experience to help capture the Dumfriesshire seat in May.
His local priorities included securing additional funding for local schools, improving road and rail links and ensuring that the Scottish Government listen to the needs of local people.
Registration will be from 11:30am and a light buffet lunch including tea and coffee will be available.
The following business will be transacted at the Annual General Meeting.
- Minutes of AGM held 15th July 2015
- Report by the Chair
- Trustees Report
- Election of Charity Trustees (Nominations have been received for Gordon Mann and Helen Keron)
- Annual Accounts and Financial Statements
Those wishing to attend the AGM should complete an Eventbrite booking form which can be accessed by clicking here. Please note that if more than one person is attending from a member organisation, the member organisation will require to state which of the persons attending has been delegated to vote on behalf of the organisation