Extra-Ordinary General Meeting

This page will provide you with all the current information related to the forthcoming AGM on Tuesday, 5th April 2022 at the Monkstone Petanque Club.

The following Nomination has been received for the position of Director of Public Relations (1-year mandate) from Gareth Spencer who is a member of the SWBRC Petanque Section.

The position of National Secretary (2-year mandate) is still vacant. Properly completed Nominations Forms can be accepted immediately before the start of the EGM.

Please consider standing for the position to allow the WPA to operate properly. Under the WPA Constitution, the position needs to be filled. Not having a full Executive may impact our ability to undertake their duties.

The EGM cannot proceed unless 20 members, or more, representing at least five registered clubs are present within half an hour of the notified time of commencement of the EGM. If the EGM does not proceed nominated positions can not be elected.

Please attend the meeting.

Tony Smith
President

updated 29/08/2022


Preliminary Notice.

There will only be one item on the agenda, which will be to elect the two required missing offices to comply with Part Two Rules, Clause 1.3.1.1, which states that:

The Association shall have the following elected officers: National President, National Secretary, National Treasurer, Director of Development and Director of Public Relations.

Nominations are sought for the following:

National Secretary (2-year mandate) and Director of Public Relations (1-year mandate).

These positions are required to be filled to comply with the WPA’s Constitution and Rules, not having elected members in these positions means that the current elected members are acting outside their remit and putting the future of the WPA into serious doubt.

The following documents are available to download:

All Nomination Forms must be received by the WPA by midnight on Sunday, 27th March 2022.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you wish to discuss any of the above positions.

Tony Smith
President