Each year the Knaphill Residents Association holds an AGM, and this year it takes on Tuesday 24th April, at 7.30pm, in the Knaphill Baptist Church on High Street. Everyone is welcome to attend, and we really encourage you to come along, find out about what we’ve been up to, and what you might be able to get involved with.
We have two fantastic local speakers this year who will be sharing their knowledge on two fascinating subjects:
Linda Kemeny is up first and will be talking to us on the impact women have made in politics. This year it will be 100 years since women were first given the vote, and Linda will take us through that history and the impact it has had on our lives. Linda Kemeny was formerly Lead Member for Children’s Services and Cabinet Member for Schools, Skills and Educational Achievement on Surrey County Council.
Next up is Cllr John Kingsbury who grew up in the borough and will be telling us a little about how the area has changed during this time and the impact he has seen in local government. John is a former Mayor and Leader of Woking Borough Council.
We hope you agree it should be a fascinating evening, and we will even provide tea and biscuits as well!