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Annual General Meeting of Long Distance Walkers Association

Over the last twenty years the Association has combined its Annual General Meeting with a walking/social weekend. Thanks to a lot of hard work by the Organisers the weekend has become a very popular event. The weekend includes a walking programme which caters for all abilities, a Gala Dinner, Barn Dance, a Speaker and the Annual General Meeting.

Geoff Saunders (MerseyStride) worked wonders consistently over 11 years finding good quality hotels with leisure facilities at very reasonable prices.  Reg Kingston took over from him in 2010 and organised very successful AGM weekends for the following five years – Skipton (2010), Axbridge (2011), Grange over Sands (2012), Malvern (2013) and Harrogate (2014) and they were all very well supported.  Katie Hunt organised AGM weekends at Sutton Scotney in 2015, Buxton in 2016 and Milton Keynes in 2017 and Bill Fear organised the 2018 AGM weekend at Broughton.  Sue Widdowson and Deirdre Flegg, both of Dorset Group, are the current AGM organisers.

2020 LDWA AGM and Social Weekend – Friday 13th to Sunday 15th March 2020

The 2020 AGM will be held at The Hawkhills, Easingwold, York YO61 3EG, over the weekend March 13-15, with the meeting itself on the Sunday morning, starting at 10am.

Further details of cost, timetable and activities will follow in due course.

Full details and booking forms will be sent out in the December Strider.

Draft Minutes of the 2019 AGM

Nomination form for Internet Officer, Publicity Officer, Long Distance Paths (LDP) Officer for 2020 AGM.docx

Job Description - LDWA IT Officer 2020

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