Devon Wildlife Trust AGM
A chance to find out more
The AGM is a chance for you to find out more about our work and the projects that we are delivering across Devon. Working through the repercussions of the pandemic over the last year brought some unique challenges for us to overcome but thanks to the support of our amazing members we have come through these difficult times and have some great achievements for Devon’s wildlife that we hope to share with you at our AGM.
For the second year running our Trustees have taken the decision to hold a virtual only meeting. We will be using a bespoke conference platform that is user friendly and you will receive details of how you can participate in the meeting from the comfort of your home when you reserve your place. Questions will be able to be submitted in advance by emailing email@example.com or during the meeting using a ‘Q&A’ facility (similar to that used on Zoom).
The formal meeting will be followed by thought provoking presentations from Harry Barton, CEO Devon Wildlife Trust and Craig Bennett, CEO The Wildlife Trusts. The event should finish by 1.00pm.
This event is free for members to take part but you will need to register by selecting the ticket option on this page. Once your DWT membership is confirmed, you will receive an email confirmation of your registration and full details of how to join the meeting.
Please note that registration for this event will close on the 20 November at 10.00am, please book here.
Please allow time for the online joining process and join by 10.50am. You’ll then be held in a ‘waiting room’ and admitted in time for the meeting which will start promptly.
11.00am Annual General Meeting - Chaired by Prof Iain Stewart MBE, President
11.40am Open Forum* - For questions regarding DWT issues
11.50am Announcement of Volunteer Award winners
11.55am Coffee break
12.05pm Harry Barton (CEO Devon Wildlife Trust) and Craig Bennett (CEO The Wildlife Trusts) will each lead inspiring and thought-provoking presentations about the future plans for Devon Wildlife Trust and how The Wildlife Trusts will face the challenges of nature’s recovery. This session will be followed by questions from the audience.
* OPEN FORUM QUESTIONS – Please send your question, preferably expressed in no more than 50 words, to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 15 November. On the day, as time will be limited, questions will be taken at the discretion of the Chair.