|Annual General Meeting Sunday 28 April 2019
THE SIXTY SEVENTH AGM OF THE RENAULT OWNERS’ CLUB AND FIFTHTEENTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF RENOWNERS CLUB LIMITED WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY APRIL 28th AT:
The National Brewery Centre,
Burton Upon Trent,
AT 10 AM PROMPT.
This location has been chosen as it is central to the geographical distribution of the current membership.
PHONE NUMBER ON THE DAY 07917858423.
PLEASE PARK AS INSTRUCTED ON THE DAY. THERE WILL BE SEPARATE PARKING IF YOU ARRIVE IN SOMETHING OF INTEREST.
Apologies for absence
Minutes of the 2018 AGM / Matters Arising – https://renaultownersclub.com/agm-2018-minutes/
Club Officers’ reports.
a) Chairman b) Secretary/Magazine Editor/Webmaster c) Membership Secretary d) Events Officer
Presentation of Financial Statement – Treasurer
Including proposal to take advantage of a waiver of auditing in accordance with section 477 of the Companies Act 2006 relating to small companies.
Election of Officers in accordance with the club rules
2019/2020 – Current Officer Listed – (RS = willing to continue if elected)
a) Chairman – Michael Chambers
b) Secretary – Alasdair Worsley (RS)
c) Treasurer – Michael Chambers (RS)
d) Motorsport and Events – Robert Slater (RS)
e) Other Committee members (Note the rules do not specify any other roles. Therefore it is necessary to simply elect members to the Committee. Individual roles and tasks are to be allocated at the first meeting of the new Committee. The rules allow the committee to co-opt further members, and it intends to do so within those rules as deemed necessary)
Andrew Waller - Ordinary Committee Member (RS) Peter Bell – Ordinary Committee Member Bernard Brown - Ordinary Committee Member (RS) Roy Prosser - Ordinary Committee Member (RS)
All of the above named have been proposed and nominated by members of the club in accordance with the rules, and have confirmed their willingness to serve.
Election of President
Nomination – Vincent Tourette (Managing Director Renault UK)
i) We would like the AGM to consider the offer of an electronic magazine for the club, with a membership price of £20 as current if someone takes the emagazine option and rising to £25 if someone decides to continue with the paper one. With postage and printing costs rising year on year and the environmental benefits of not using a plastic postbag or any paper we believe that the time has come to offer both options.
Proposed Michael Wrigley, Seconded Shaun Whent
ii) I propose that the Club’s Articles of Association be amended as follows :
Article 3.4 – the words “two calendar months” be replaced by “fourteen days”
Article 4.2 – the words “two months” be replaced by “fourteen days” and an additional sentence added “In the event of such a lapse of membership causing an issue of the club magazine to be missed, the said issue may be purchased by the rejoining member at a cost of £5 including postage”
Proposed Robert Slater, Seconded Alasdair Worsley
Presentation of the Hector Mackenzie-Wintle trophy.
ROC over the next 12 months
A little while ago the committee met to discuss the current activities of the club and began to discuss some ideas for the future direction of the club.
After the close of the AGM (and maybe even over lunch) the committee plan to conduct a short facilitated discussion on a number of aspects of the club’s operation. We hope that all attendees of the AGM will be able to join this discussion and help develop some ideas to ensure a successful future for the club.
If you have any questions before Sunday please email Michael at email@example.com
A current membership card will be required to vote at the meeting
Tea and Coffee will be provided.
The Brewery Tap restaurant offers a Sunday Lunch Carvery for £7.95 and bar snacks are also available.
Members should make their own table reservations on 01283 532880, but please be aware it is unlikely that we will be able to be seated all together.
Limited parking will be available in the Museum’s courtyard for Club cars, but please be aware that this is open to the public who are visiting the museum.
For members wishing to make a weekend of it, there are a large number of convenient hotels located in Burton on Trent and the surrounding towns and villages, as well as plenty of places to visit, for example the National Memorial Arboretum.