Trinity AGM 2021
We value your support, and it’s important to us that you have the opportunity to have your say. The Annual General Meeting [AGM] is also a key time to hear about Trinity, our ambitions, future plans and how you may contribute. The AGM covers the period 1st April 2019 to 31st March 2020; we invite you to read the associated Annual Report, end of year accounts and attend the AGM on the 25th February 2021.
The Annual Report will be available to download from our website by 23rd February 2021. If you have any issues, please contact email@example.com to arrange for printed copies to be sent to you. Please note that due to the on-going pandemic there may be a delay in our ability to send and the post office to deliver the documents in advance of the meeting.
2021 AGM will be held online
For the first time in our history, we will be streaming our meeting to protect our members’ health and well-being and comply with the current government directives, unfortunately, 2021 will look a little different.
Want to play a part in the success of Trinity?
Trinity is run by a Board of Directors. Our Directors play a key role in the success of Trinity and are responsible for setting the strategic direction of the arts charity and making decisions along with the Senior Leadership Team that is in the best interests of the organisation. A current director list can be found here: https://www.trinitytheatre.net/about/board
Several directors are coming to the end of their terms, and Sarah Ambrose will also be stepping down from the board after moving away. Therefore this year there will be a total of six vacancies available within the board team. To nominate someone to join the board, please fill in the attached form and obtain one seconder from current members of the Trinity Friends scheme. Once the nominations deadline has passed (11th February 2021) all candidates will be listed on the website. We encourage anyone interested in applying to first get in touch with Alex Green via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The existing directors intend to recommend the following at the AGM:-
- That Hannah Bannister who was co-opted on to the board earlier in the year be elected for her first term
- That two existing directors (Judith Tew and Martin Wright) who are coming to the end of their first term be re-elected for a second term
- In the context of the last operational covid impacted year that Trinity has faced, two existing directors (Steven James and Alison Green) who are coming to the end of their second term be re-elected for one additional final term
- They do not plan to recommend a replacement for Sarah Ambrose at this time to allow for a specific skill search and dedicated role to be recruited later in the year.
- As Steven James and Alison Green have already completed two terms (and would therefore not normally be eligible for a third term), Chairman Michael Stevens, will raise this during the meeting and take a vote, via Zoom, on whether to proceed with allowing an exception to Clause 34 of the articles.
- Martin Wright – Proposed by Alex Green · Seconded by Steven James
- Judith Tew – Proposed by Alison Green · Seconded by Tim Cook
- Steven James – Proposed by Michael Stevens · Seconded by Alex Green
- Alison Green – Proposed by Alex Green · Seconded by Elizabeth Mahoney
- Hannah Banister – Proposed by Becky Waight · Seconded by Elizabeth Mahoney
Dates & Times
- Date: 25 / 02 / 21Time: 18:00Book Now
Trinity Theatre is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. For more information click here or the link below: