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Author Topic: Cotswold Line Promotion Group to be addressed by GWR MD  (Read 261 times)
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« on: April 23, 2018, 07:11:57 am »

From http://www.clpg.org.uk/blog/cotswold-line-service-problems-a-response-from-gwr/

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We will also attend meetings where we are asked, and on that note, I would like to thank you for your invitation to speak at the CLPG's AGM in Moreton-in-Marsh on Saturday, May 12. I would like to do so and am grateful for the opportunity to address members directly.

CLPG has over 1600 members ... including a number who visit us here on the Coffee Shop.   I don't know if they welcome guests at their AGM (so how wide this "Meet the Manager" opportunity is), but I'm flagging up the date anyway for members and perhaps wider.  Can someone from CLPG follow up on due course / let us know if this is "members only", "guests by invite" or public?   Thanks!

Link to last year's AGM: http://www.clpg.org.uk/blog/the-39th-agm/


Edit to add - Members only, I'am afraid - see follow up
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2018, 09:48:00 am »

 I don't know if they welcome guests at their AGM (so how wide this "Meet the Manager" opportunity is), but I'm flagging up the date anyway for members and perhaps wider ...

Update; I have heard from a member of the committee and due to space limitations at the venue, this is "members only".

As it's the 40th anniversary / AGM they're expecting a busy meeting and "those attending just about squeeze into the venue normally" ....  Angry

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« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2018, 10:27:40 am »

It is usually a tight squeeze, and with it being the 40th Anniversary year, we are expecting it to be extremely cosy. Apologies to everyone. There isn't a larger venue along the line available that is walkable from a station. Unfortunately, I have to be in Edinburgh for another AGM in which I am a required attendee.
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