The Next Drive Sunday will take place on Sunday, 6th May 2018, at 1030am, meeting in the car park of The Lock public house in Wolverley (DY10 3RN).
The Annual General Meeting of the Kidderminster Advanced Motorist Group will be held on
Wednesday, 16th May 2018 at Stourport Memorial Hall, Lower Lickhill Road, Stourport on Severn, DY13 8RW .
Doors open 7.00pm for a prompt 7.30pm start!
To expedite the meeting, the AGM papers will be posted on the KAM website shortly beforehand. Audited accounts will be available on the website and in hard copy at the meeting.
As a charity we are required by law to have a Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer and these have to be elected on the night. Presently these positions are held by:
Chairman: Bob Fox.
Secretary: Clive Tong.
Treasurer: Megan Weaver.
The Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer are prepared to offer themselves for re-election.
Other committee members are: Brian Elliott (Chief Observer), Andrea Beech, Christine Lacey, Rex Mound, Mark Griffiss, Jane Mallard and Rich Brewer.
To be considered for any of the Officer positions or to join the committee, applicants must have been a full member of the Group for a minimum of 12 months and in order to stand as an Officer must be nominated and seconded by two other full members. The committee reserve the right to co-opt members onto the committee at any time.
We would welcome new faces onto the committee. Please give it serious thought and feel free to talk to any of the existing committee if you would like further information.
Nominations for each of the Officers must be presented to the committee not later than 2nd May 2018.
This year we have invited guest speaker, David Gallagher, IAM RoadSmart Younger Driver Ambassador who will update us about his role.
As usual, we are offering a fish and chips supper. This will be subsidised by the Group and will therefore cost just £3 per head. If you would like some, please confirm your attendance,
NOT LATER THAN 2nd May 2018 by email to email@example.com and pay on the night.
REMEMBER – your tyres are the only things holding you to the road, check them at least monthly.