Action in rural Sussex AGM & Conference 2016 – 12th October 2016, Lewes Town Hall
On Wednesday 12th October 2016, Action in rural Sussex will be hosting its combined Rural Conference and Annual General Meeting at Lewes Town Hall between 5.00pm (refreshments and sign in from 4.30pm) and 8.00pm.
The theme of the 2016 meeting is ‘Rural people taking a lead: the role of charity, philanthropy and community’ and will focus on the role of third sector organisations in supporting rural communities in a sustainable and effective way.
This will include an overview of the contemporary and longstanding issues affecting rural East and West Sussex, a review of the outcomes achieved by rural communities through support offered by AirS in 2015/6 and an overview of the ongoing role for charities in delivering these programmes moving forwards.
16.30: Welcome and Refreshments
17.00: Contemporary Rural Sussex : Action in rural Sussex Annual Review
AirS’ Annual Review to be presented by Jeremy Leggett, Chief Executive, Action in rural Sussex
17.30: Annual General Meeting of the Sussex Rural Community Council (also known as Action in rural Sussex).
Chairman: Peter Field, President of Action in rural Sussex and Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex, Brighton and Hove
(Voting members will receive a formal agenda and voting papers for the Annual General Meeting in September).
18.00: How we did it, and how Action in rural Sussex (AirS) helped
Inspiring contributions from three local organisations with which Action in rural Sussex have worked over the last two years, followed by a question and answer session.
19.15: “Where angels fear to tread?: new roles for charity and philanthropy”
David Emerson CBE, CEO of the Association of Charitable Foundations and Chair of ACRE (the national association of Rural Community Councils).
19.50: Close and thanks
Chantal Wilson DL, Chairman of AirS Board of Trustees.
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