Details of our AGM for late 2022 will posted here in due course.
Our 2021 was held online via zoom on Saturday 4th December. We reluctantly had to cancel our AGM in 2020 due the coronavirus lockdown. Because of this, there were four members of the Committee who were up for re-election to the Committee in 2020. They were:
Members of the Committee up for re-election to the Committee in 2021 were:
In addition, Katie Thorpe and Caroline Bailey were co-opted on to the Committee in February 2020 and March 2021 respectively.
Hugh Woodland was also proposed to join the committee.
All of the above were duly elected.
Following the official proceedings of the AGM, Mike Slater presented his Chairman's Review, the Treasurer’s Report was presented by Keith Warmington and Steve Cheshire provided a quick update on digital communications.
Branch Butterfly Recorder Keith Warmington then provided an update on how our butterflies have fared this year. Mike Slater reported on some of the fantastic conservation work being undertaken in our region by our dedicated volunteers and partners.
David Brown supplied a video update on some of the interesting moth observations reported so far in 2021 as he was unable to attened via zoom.
PhD researcher Jamie Wildman presented his latest research into the history of the beautiful Chequered Skipper butterfly.
This was followed by a photographic presentation of the birds and butterflies to be found near Lake Kerkini in Northern Greece by Steve Cheshire.
A recording of our 2021 AGM can be viewed below.
Cancelled due to coronavirus.