Action in rural Sussex 2017 AGM – 2.30pm to 6.00pm 19th October, The Rawson Hall, Bolney.

We’re holding our 23rd Annual General Meeting at the Rawson Hall in Bolney (near Haywards Heath). The event is a great opportunity for you to meet staff and trustees, to hear from the beneficiaries of our charitable activity over the last 12 months, and to help us shape our future.

We want to invite anyone who is currently working with rural communitiies, or who’s wishing to get involved, to come along and find out more.

2017 AGM Programme:

14.30     Opportunity for a guided visit to the new Rawson Hall.

To be conducted by David Robins, previous Trustee of AirS and Chair of the Rawson Institute.

15.30     Tea & Refreshments

16.00      23rd Annual General Meeting of Action in rural Sussex

Hard copies of the papers will be distributed to members in advance of the meeting.

16.30      What will rural communities in Sussex look like by 2022:

Short perspectives by several contributors on critical community issues:

  • Affording a home for those dependent on the local rural economy
  • Raising a family, growing up, learning, and living in rural Sussex
  • Preventing isolation and loneliness as state services recede

What does AirS offer at the moment to Sussex’s rural communities?

  • What help, advice and support do AirS members want from us?
  • What more could we do and what should we do differently?

Conclusions and next steps

18.00    Close

To book a place:

Places at our AGM are free and will be available up until the booking deadline of midnight on Sunday 15th October 2017.

To book simply follow the Eventbrite link below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/action-in-rural-sussex-annual-general-meeting-2017-tickets-37415529857

The Venue address is:
The Rawson Hall
Bolney
The Street
West Sussex
RH17 5PF

Contact Us

If you have any questions or queries regarding this event then please contact us via info@ruralsussex.org.uk or on (01273) 473422

“Supporting rural communities in Sussex to be vibrant and diverse places in which to live and work.”