The AGM will start at 5pm on Sunday 23 April in the Olive room at the Gregson.
First there will be the usual AGM business. Then we shall have a review of the year, successes and issues arising (like the recent vandalism). We will also discuss future plans for the Field including working more closely with the Gregson.
We have a speaker confirmed (David Redmore – the Council’s tree expert). He will talk about a proposal to coppice the main area of willow, which has demanded so much time and effort over recent years. David will explain why coppicing is the best environmental option and will answer questions on other tree-related matters such as the progress of Jean Argles Wood.
Do come along to the meeting. Miss Whalley’s Field belongs to us all and the more people who get involved, the safer the Field is, and the better we can make it. The exceptional numbers who have turned out for the various volunteering events during the past year show how much the Field is valued by the local community.
Everybody is welcome to the AGM and the Committee will stay in the bar afterwards if people prefer to have an informal chat.
See you there!