What a successful night!
We were so thrilled so many of you could join us, and incredibly grateful that everyone stayed for the ‘business’ bit of the evening, as well as hearing our fantastic speakers.
The room was packed – not a single seat went spare! And that’s not too surprising when the two speakers we had were so interesting and entertaining. First up, Cllr John Kingsbury, spoke to us about the ‘The Changing Face of Knaphill & Woking’ and talked us through a range of ‘then and now’ photos from both Knaphill and Woking, with a particular focus at the end on what the future of Woking looks like. Our second speaker, Linda Kemeny, helped remind us all about the importance of women being granted the right to vote 100 years ago this year in her talk on ‘The Impact of Votes for Women on UK Politics’. She reminded the ladies to ‘use your vote’ in the forthcoming May 3rd elections, and remember what it means to have it.
This was last night’s agenda, and down at the bottom you can click to download the minutes from last years AGM, the KRA treasury report for this 2018 AGM, and also the corresponding accounts for 2017 (including the Knaphill Village Show).
- Welcome & Introduction – John Butler – Chair of KRA
- Talk by Cllr John Kingsbury – ‘The Changing Face of Knaphill & Woking’
- Talk by Linda Kemeny – ‘The Impact of Votes for Women on UK Politics’
- Minutes of the 2017 AGM
- Chairman’s Report
- Website summary
- Treasurer’s Report
- Nominations and appointment of Officers
- Nomination & appointment of Committee members
- Questions & Answers