Annual General Meeting

Date – Wed 22 November

Time – 9.30am – 3.30pm

Type of Meeting – Members Only/In-person

LocationThe Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield S1 4FW 

Booking – Please download, fill in the booking form and send to [email protected]

CLUK AGM – Member Booking Form

Agenda –  

from 09.30am  Arrival, registration & coffee 
Closed Members’ Meeting 
10.00am  Opening of the Meeting and Chair Welcome  

Phil Rumbelow, Chair 

10.05am  Minutes of the Annual General Meeting, held 23 November 2022 at the Friends Meeting House in Manchester, and Matters Arising 

Phil Rumbelow, Chair 

The Executive Overview 

  • Chairman’s Report
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Honorary Secretary Report
  • Community Leisure Scotland Chair’s Report
  • Community Leisure Wales Director’s Report
  • Single Sites Network Chair’s Report
  • Culture Director’s Report


  • Update from representatives: Moving Communities Strategic Board, ukactive Council and E3M           
10.35am  To appoint National Executive Directors 

To approve the appointment or re-appointment of the following positions: 

  • Chair
  • Vice Chair
  • Treasurer
  • Honorary Secretary


To appoint seven Regional Directors

10.45am  Chief Executive Report 
11am  Guests to Join the AGM & Coffee Break 
11.15am  Interactive Cyber Risk Workshop with Gallaghers 

An interactive session for leaders across trusts to understand the risks and decisions from a potential cyber attack. Led by Johnty Morgan, Gallagher’s Global Head of Cyber Risk Management and Georgia Price-Hunt, Commercial Manager – Cyber Risk Management. 

12pm  Group Discussion: Energy and Cost of Living Crisis 

An opportunity for members to engage with colleagues and partners through group discussion sessions to discuss key challenges and potential solutions/actions. 

Feedback to the wider group, with key priorities and actions noted by the CLUK team. 

12.40pm  AOB and close of the formal Members’ Meeting 

Phil Rumbelow, Chair 

12.45pm – Lunch and refreshment  
1.30pm  Keynote Speaker: Professor Donna Hall 

Donna will talk about the transformation of public services and learning from the Wigan Deal. She will also share thoughts on the role of charities and social enterprises in public service delivery and in supporting health and wellbeing for communities. 


2.30pm  Second Keynote Speaker – TBC
3.10pm  AOB and meeting close 


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