Each year the Society holds an Annual General Meeting which is open to all members and is an opportunity for members to ask questions of the Committee. The next Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 12 th May 2024 at 11 am in the Trading Hut.
Map of Location
The AGM for 2022 was held on Sunday 8 th May 2022 at 11 am in the grounds of the Trading Hut. The meeting was chaired by Gerry Edwards. Our President, Catherine Dann, and our Vice Presidents, Pam and Colin Spires, were present and were re-elected. Our officers and committee members were re-elected with the exception of Barbara Betterton, who has stood down to concentrate on her role at the Women's Institute.
Our President gave her address and our General Secretary, Richard Lefley, presented his report on the year's activities.
The financial accounts for 2021 were presented by our Treasurer, Wayne Hirst, and approved. Wayne thanked our new auditor, John Field, for his work on the accounts.
| Gerry Edwards
| General Secretary
| Richard Lefley
| Trading Secretary
| Alan Thomas
| Show Manager
| Chair, Show Committee and
| Sue Alexander
| Wayne Hirst
| Bulletin Editor
| David Barlow
| Membership Secretary
| Mary Evans
| Committee Members
| Colin Jones
All officers can be contacted via our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Statement
The Eastcote Horticultural Society is a not-for-profit community organisation run solely by volunteers for the benefit of its members. Our members and our volunteers are in the local community, and these are the people we aim to serve.
Our approach and procedures are intended to ensure fairness for all and to reinforce the Society's commitment to deliver fair, accessible and relevant activities.
We encourage all our members to take part in the activities of the Society, in whichever way they choose and is most relevant to them.
We want people of all ages and sectors of the community in Eastcote to feel valued and be able to fully participate in, and develop an interest in, horticulture and our other related activities.
General Data Protection legislation 2018
General Data Protection legislation from May 2018 governs the way we manage personal data. The legislation's principle of "purpose limitation" states that you should only process personal data for the purpose that you originally intended. In the case of the EHS this purpose relates to horticulture and the other activities included in our Shows.