Sky Blue Trust AGM: 19th July 2021
ZOOM DIAL IN DETAILS TO BE SHARED TO MEMBERS VIA EMAIL
1. Chair's Welcome and Introduction to the AGM
2. Minutes of 2020 AGM
3. Receipt of accounts for the financial years ended 31st January 2020 and 31st January 2021
4. Election of the Society Board.
5. Open Members Forum - Discussion: Chair to Introduce
6. Any other business relating to the affairs of the Trust raised by a Member.
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Sky Blue Trust: Notice of Annual General Meeting 2021
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Sky Blue Trust will take place on:
Monday, 19th July at 7.00 p.m.
The arrangements for the AGM are that it will take place EITHER at the Albany Social Club, 10 Earlsdon Street, Coventry, CV5 6EG OR via Zoom OR with a combination of both.
Arrangements will be confirmed with Members, along with the formal AGM Agenda, no later than Monday, 5th July.
The Trust welcomes applications from Trust Members for positions as Board Members and for positions as Associate Members who can participate in Board Meetings and help with the work of the Trust.
The general rules for the conduct of Elections can be found on the Trust's website at:
The Nomination Form for Board and Associate Members, which also contains a summary of the nomination arrangements, can be found at the bottom of this post:
NOMINATION FORM TO BE POSTED ON WEBSITE AND ADDRESS HERE
Note that Members' email addresses are acceptable as signatures for nominating Members and their nominess.
Although there is no strict deadline for nominations, it would help if these could be received in time for processing prior to the AGM. Therefore, the Trust would be grateful if nominations could be recieved no later than Monday, 12th July.
If you have any difficulties or questions re: the above arrangements please contact the Secretary in the first instance at:
Following work with other fan reps across the EFL, the FSA has launched #TerraceTalk – a supporter-led mental health initiative.
#TerraceTalk will feature a series of events across 2021 which will include training for staff and volunteers, panel discussions and the publication of shared resources.
More detail will follow over the course of the year, but the aim of the campaign is to encourage open and honest conversations about mental health and encourage supporters who need them to seek out mental health support services. A central theme of #TerraceTalk is to also recognise the value that social aspects of the matchday routine provide to fans up and down the country.
The Sky Blue Trust is looking forward to engaging with the FSA and the club to understand how this could support Sky Blues in the Community’s ‘Men Talk’ campaign.
Please find below useful links if you are struggling with your mental health during this time:
For medical advice call the NHS on 111.Write comment (0 Comments)
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