Annual General Meetings

Annual General Meetings2021-01-15T18:24:09+00:00


What happens?

CCRA is a membership led organisation. Our AGM is a chance to catch up with friends and neighbours, to hear about what we’ve been doing in the past year and to help plan for the year to come. We elect members of our Management Committee and our Officers (Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer). We also vote on any resolutions or proposed changes to our constitution.

  • Interested in planning issues?
  • Tackling crime and anti-social behaviour?
  • Improving our environment through gardening and greening?
  • Want to join our exercise classes or to get involved in singing, reading, walking or other fun stuff?
    Come and let us know!

Who can come?

Everyone can come to the AGM, whether or not you are a member of CCRA. We usually meet at St Richard’s Hall in Swallowfield Road.
You can let us know if you would like to come:
By emailing Jonathan Sanders at .
Or calling 07875 054597.

Who can stand for election?
Who can propose resolutions or changes to our constitution?

If you’re interested in standing for election to our Management Committee or to be an Officer, or if you would like to propose resolutions or changes to our constitution, please do get in touch, using the contact details above. Jonathan  would be delighted to discuss with you.
If you would like to stand for election or to propose resolutions or changes to our constitution you must do so at least 3 weeks prior to the date of the AGM.

Who can vote?

Only CCRA members can vote. If you’re not already a member, please visit our membership page, where you can download a membership form. Alternatively, you can request a form:
By emailing our Membership Secretary at
By calling Jonathan Sanders on 07875 054597.

For information about the next AGM, please click here.

For information about past AGMs, please click here

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