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« on: November 01, 2022, 08:12:41 am »

TravelWatch AGM (Annual General Meeting) / Online - 25th November 2022 - online, from 15:00.   Exceptionally for TWSW» (TravelWatch SouthWest - website), this is a members rather than a general meeting, with one representative from each member organisation invited to attend. Posting here because I know that we are read by many folks who are with member organisations. 
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« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2022, 07:54:03 am »

The AGM (Annual General Meeting) of TravelWatch SouthWest marks the end of my being on the board, as my second three year term comes to an end.  I have enjoyed my time there - a lovely group of fellow directors and some very real friends, but at the same time I have felt like a fish out of water amongst the professionals. Any contributions I have been made have been slim, especially of late, so I have chosen not to stand again rather than seat-block.  I am delighted to hear of one nomination (there may be others) to join the board which, should he be elected (astonished if he is not!) will provide a far greater strength than I ever could.
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