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AGM 2024

Lively Stones’ – How England’s Church Buildings can yet Shape the Landscape

We are delighted that the Right Reverend Dr Andrew Rumsey, Bishop of Ramsbury, will speak at our Annual General Meeting.  Bishop Andrew is the Church of England’s lead bishop for church and cathedral buildings, sharing the role with the Bishop of Bristol, the Rt Revd Viv Faull.

Bishop Andrew supports the Bishop and Diocese of Salisbury in Wiltshire, as well as
one parish in Dorset and four in Hampshire.  He was educated first at the University of Reading and then at Kings College, London and trained for ordination at Ridley Hall, Cambridge.

Bishop Andrew comes from a long line of parish clergy and was born in Marlborough, where he and his family now live. Both he and his wife have been involved in the Greenbelt festival for many years. As well as being an author whose writing centres on themes of place and local identity, he is also a musician with a longstanding interest in song writing and popular music.

Details
Date – Wednesday 5 June 2024
Time – 6.30pm (Doors open at 6.00)
Place – Methodist Church, St Edmund’s Church Street, Salisbury, SP1 1EF
Everyone is welcome and entrance is free to all

ARCHIVE MATERIAL

2023 AGM

This took place on Wednesday 15 June 2023, followed by a talk from the celebrated archaeologist Phil Harding President of the National Farmers Union, Minette Batters, entitled ‘The Future of the Countryside and Food Production”.

Read the report 2023 Annual Report

Read a precis of Minette Batters talk

 

2022 AGM
This took place on Wednesday 15 June 2022, followed by a talk from the celebrated archaeologist Phil Harding.

2021 AGM

2020 AGM 

Wednesday 10th June 2020 – Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 AGM due to take place on 10th June 2020 was cancelled.

2019 AGM 

Notice of 2019 AGM 

2018 AGM 

2017 AGM