AIMS Annual General Meeting 2021

When: 4th September 2021
Venue: Online
Cost: Free to all AIMS Members

This year’s AGM will be an online meeting, so we plan to keep it to two hours. However, there will be the opportunity to stay, chat and socialise with friends and colleague at the end of the meeting

We hope that lots of members will join us to hear about what AIMS has been doing in the last year, and to discuss our plans for the future.

If you plan to come and would like us to send you the link for the meeting, or if you want to send your apologies, please email enquiries@aims.org.uk

The agenda will be:

  • AGM and election of Trustees
  • Looking forward to AIMS 7th decade

The accounts and Trustees Annual Report will be available on the website by the 21st August 2021Look

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