Annual General Meeting 2019
All members of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust are invited to attend our 70th Annual General Meeting which will be held at the Education Centre at Whisby Nature Park on Saturday 19 October 2019 at 2pm.
This year, the AGM will be followed by a talk from Nicholas Watts on 'Farming and Wildlife'. Nicholas is a long standing Trust member, Chair of the South Holland Area Group, respected Lincolnshire farmer and owner of Vine House Farm bird foods.
- Minutes of the 69th Annual General Meeting held on 20 October 2018
- Report of the Trustees for the year ended 31 March 2019
- Audited Financial Statements for the year ended 31 March 2019
- Appointment of Wright Vigar Limited as Auditors for 2019-2020
- Election of Trustees
Nominations recommended by the Board of Trustees
Meet some of our prospective Trustees by reading their biographies below to find out why they'd like to join our Board of Trustees.
Janet was appointed a Trustee in 2010. She is currently the Trust's Deputy Chair, Convenor of the Marketing and Whisby Teams, Chair of the Whisby Steering Board, Secretary of her local Area Group, Reserve Manager for Tunman Wood and Eagle Roadside Nature Reserve Warden. Her career spanned 30 years in local government including North Kesteven District Council as Landscape and Tree Officer, Team Head and later Division Head for Sport, Arts Development, Heritage, Countryside and Community Initiatives which included a five year period of bidding, winning and delivery of Millennium Commission money for the development of Whisby Nature Park.
Cliff is a retired Senior Manager of United Biscuits. He joined the Board of Trustees in 2013. Cliff is Clerk of the Coast & Marine Team and represents the Team on the Humber Advisory Group, and has been a Trust Voluntary Reserve Manager and Natural England Volunteer Warden at Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe NNR for the past 27 years.
Julian was appointed a Trustee in 2013 and took up the post of Honorary Treasurer in November 2018. He is a member of the Trust's Finance Monitoring Group and the Marketing Team. Julian recently retired as Finance Director at the Campaign to Protect Rural England. Prior to this he worked as Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Corporate Services for the Woodland Trust.
Anita was appointed a Trustee in 2010. She is Chair of the Trust's subsidiary company, Lapwings Consultant Limited, a member of the Trust's Finance Monitoring Group and the Emergency & Business Continuity Planning Team. Anita's career has ranged from Personnel Assistant, Senior IT Project Manager/Consultant and Building Society Area Manager to Partner/Sole Trader developing, owning and managing five specialist care homes for 40 adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour, providing both residential and day care.