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Notice of AGM 2019 on Sunday 7th July 2019 and Agenda

Notice of AGM 2019 on Sunday 7th July 2019 and Agenda

Devon County Fencing Union

Notice of AGM 2019 on Sunday 7th July 2019 and Agenda

The AGM of the Devon County Fencing Union for 2019 will take place at 7pm on Sunday 7th July in the Village Hall, Woodbury Road, Clyst St George, Exeter EX3 0RE. In a similar way to last year, the evening will start with the AGM (hopefully no longer than one hour) and then will be followed by a buffet supper.

If you wish to stay for the buffet supper, please bring a contribution of food and/or drink. Quiche, Pizza, Salad, Sausage rolls, chicken drumsticks, cakes, tarts, fruit juice, low alcohol wine etc. Paper plates, napkins, plastic cups, tea and coffee will be provided.


  1. Welcome by the Chairperson and Apologies

  2. Minutes of AGM 2018 and matters arising

  3. Reports

A) Chairman’s Report – Ralph Mills

B) Hon Secretary’s Report – Jim Pilkington

C) Hon Treasurer’s Report – Greg Beacock

D) County Captain’s Reports – Isobella Sosnowska and Grace Williams

E) SW Region Representatives’ s Report – Jason Ball

F) Competition Secretary’s Report – Alex Scott G) Webmaster’s Report – Ralph Mills

H) Juniors Rep Report – James White

  1. Election of Officers (present incumbents as shown above)

  2. Chairperson (Ralph Mills)

  3. Hon Secretary (Jim Pilkington)

  4. Hon Treasurer (Greg Beacock)

  5. County Captain Isobella Sosnowska and Grace Williams

  6. SW Region representative (Jason Ball) F) Competition Secretary (Alex Scott)

  7. Webmaster (Ralph Mills)

  8. Juniors Rep (James White)

  1. AOB

Would any officers who do not wish to be re-elected, please advise me or Ralph Mills, so thought can be given to finding nominees for your post.

Jim Pilkington



Training Secretary: From last year’s AGM Agenda ‘While we created this post to replace the former one of County Coach, we have been unsuccessful so far in finding a person willing to take it on. It is suggested that it is not particularly onerous and need not involve any more than initiating some events within the County of Devon, and taking care of their publicity in conjunction with other training organised by our clubs (eg Plymouth are thinking of a Grade 1 Epee Coaches Course for October half term) and those of the SW Region.’ No one came forward to able on this post. As said it is not particularly onerous – just a matter of co-ordinating a few events and giving publicity. Should we add it to the work of the Hon Sec?

Competition Secretary: Alex Scott will be bringing forward some ideas on how this task can be shared with a small group: the Competition Secretary being in overall control of the events, but particular events being delegated to others (suitably trained) to run on the day.

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