AGM

Annual General Meeting

This year’s AGM will be a hybrid meeting, with members welcome to attend via Zoom remotely or in person on Saturday 26th March 2022 commencing 1400 hrs.

Please let us know if you will be attending or not by clicking here To register to join the meeting via Zoom please click here

If you have let us know that you would like to attend remotely using the form to register at the bottom of this page, we will then send you an email invite, nearer the time, containing a link and the password to join the meeting at 1400 hrs on Saturday. To join the meeting remotely, via Zoom, we recommend that you download and install the Zoom App depending on your device when prompted to do so for the best experience possible. Although you can join in discussions on the day, you will not be able to take part in any voting without installing the app. If you’d like to download the app before then you can find the version suitable for your device on the Zoom website at https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting

Civica Election Services (CES) are administering voting for the Annual General Meeting on our behalf. If we have a valid email address for you then you’ll receive an email on or just after 21st February 2022* from CES (takepart@cesvotes.com) to allow you to appoint a proxy and vote on resolutions. Otherwise you’ll receive a letter* in the post with security codes to allow you vote online at cesvotes.com/cpsaagm2022. Voting closes at 17:30 on Thursday 24th March 2022. You will not be able to cast your vote after this time. 

To download the minutes of the last AGM please click here 

CPSA AGM 2022 - Agenda
AGM Welcome and Opening Remarks
Obituaries
Apologies for Absence
Ratify Minutes of 2021 AGM
Matters Arising from minutes
Chairman’s Report
Annual Report & Accounts 
Elections to the Board
Life Vice President(s)
Voting for Appointment of Auditor
Voting for Appointment of Honorary Officers:
Hon Solicitor, Hon Shotgun Licensing Advisor, Hon Insurance Advisor
Voting for Special Resolutions
Review of 2021 and plans for 2022
Confirm Appointments of Auditor and Honorary positions.
AOB
Close & Safe Journey Home

To download the agenda please click here 

Resolutions    
Number Resolution Notes
1 To receive the Annual Accounts Means to accept the accounts as a true and accurate record as audited by haysmacintyre. It does not mean you agree or disagree with, approve or disapprove of, all the income and expenditure figures quoted therein. Figures will be published in Pull! Magazine 
2 To re-appoint haysmacintyre as Auditors Means to re-appoint haysmacintyre as are our Auditors.
3 To re-appoint Laura Saunsbury as Hon. Solicitor Means to re-appoint Laura Saunsbury (Lewis Nedas Law) as our Hon. Solicitor. Laura was appointed the CPSA’s honorary solicitor and honorary shogun licensing advisor 11 years ago and has guided many of our members during this time through various situations requiring specialist shotgun legal advice. Laura is a regular contributor writing articles for Pull! magazine, and attends our AGM. Laura was awarded a Life Vice President membership of the CPSA at the 2019 AGM for 10 years service.
4 To re-appoint Laura Saunsbury as Hon. Shotgun Licensing Advisor Means to re-appoint Laura Saunsbury (Lewis Nedas Law) as our Hon. Shotgun Licensing Advisor. 
5 To re-appoint Martin Mansley as Hon. Insurance Advisor Means to re-appoint Martin Mansley (Romero Insurance) as our Hon. Insurance Advisor. Martin is the Romero Insurance Brokers, Director of Sports and Leisure and was first appointed as our honorary  insurance advisor at the March 2015 AGM, providing guidance to both head office and members for many insurance related topics and claims etc. During this time our insurances have been developed and enhanced for the benefit of us all. Martin and his team provide a first class responsive service.

Special Resolutions

Number Resolution Notes
1 A special resolution to amend section 45(1), the proxy form, of the articles from ‘Please mark ‘X’ in the appropriate box to indicate how you wish to vote:’ to ‘You must mark ‘X’ in the appropriate box to indicate how you wish to cast your vote(s). If you do not, your proxy may decide how to cast your vote(s):  Means to amend the proxy form in the articles form the wording highlighted on the form to : 'You must mark ‘X’ in the appropriate box to indicate how you wish to cast your vote(s). If you do not, your proxy may decide how to cast your vote(s):''. This allows your proxy to vote for any special resolutions or ancillary resolutions on your behalf. Please note that this change will bring our process in line with excepted practice in most proxy voting systems and maximise the voting options available to our members.


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For registration to join us via Zoom please click here

To read the previous AGM minutes please click here