I hereby give notice that the postponed 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Cambridge City Conservative Association will be held on Friday 18 September via Online Video Call, at 7:00pm for a 7:15pm start.

We had been hoping that we would be able to meet in person but unfortunately circumstances have not allowed us to do so. We hope that if will be convenient for you to join us via video call; we shall use the same video call system for next week’s informal video meeting with Anthony Browne MP, which can serve as a practice session for those unfamiliar with the technology. Please let us know if the arrangements will create difficulties for you.

The formal agenda and other documents will be available online shortly on this website.

This meeting is open to all members of the association but to propose, second or vote for motions or nominate or second people you must have been a member of at least 3 months’ standing at the date of this notice.

Nominations for all elected positions must be sent by email to the returning officer at return@cambridgeconservatives.org.uk at least seven clear days prior to the date of the Annual General Meeting, that is, by midnight on Thursday 10 September.

The candidate must indicate his or her willingness to accept the stated office and may take the form of an email to the above address.

All nominations need to be proposed and seconded by members who can do so by sending an email to the same address.

Nominations are sought for the following offices:

  • President
  • Chairman
  • Deputy Chairman (Policy & Campaigning)
  • Deputy Chairman (Membership & Fundraising)
  • Treasurer
  • Vice Chairman (IT & Communications)
  • Vice Chairman (Membership Recruitment)
  • Northern Wards Representative
  • Eastern Wards Representative
  • Southern Wards Representative
  • Western/Central Wards Representative

If there are contested elections, there will be a separate online voting procedure which will be held on Thursday 17 September.

I very much hope you will be able to attend.

Yours sincerely,

Daniel John


Cambridge Conservatives