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Nork Residents Association Annual General Meeting

About > AGM
The Annual General Meeting of the Nork Residents' Association will be held in person at the Nork Community Centre, Nork Way on Wednesday 20 March 2024 at 8.00 pm.

Earlier this year we were asked by Epsom and Ewell Residents’ Association Councillor Alex Coley if we would allow him to address our AGM. He is one of the candidates for the post of Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey. We agreed that he should be allowed a ten minute spot to set out his stall. As a non-political association we frown on candidates from the political parties. I am very much in favour of Cllr Coley speaking to you but, in general, I personally have been against speakers prolonging the AGM and am very much of the opinion that short and to the point is preferred by those attending.

Thus you will hear from me and our Councillors and be able to ask any of us questions. You can also tell me I am wrong in my last sentence above!

We will begin at 8pm as usual and aim to close the meeting no more than 120 minutes later. We think that you will find this year’s agenda interesting enough to ensure your attendance, and look forward to meeting you all on March 20.

Complimentary tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided.  If you would like to assist with serving drinks, so that Committee members can spend more time talking to members, please contact us.



View the proposed changes to the Nork Residents' Association Rules
as advertised in the Winter 2023 edition of the Nork Quarterly

Attending the AGM
To attend the AGM you need to check that you have a valid membership. If you’ve not paid your membership in the past year then now would be a good time to renew it now. To renew your 2024 membership click here.



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