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2017 Annual General Meeting and Open Day

August 19 @ 11:45 am - 7:00 pm

| Free

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Please join us for our Open Day and Annual General Meeting here at Gosberton Bank Nursery on Saturday 19 August.  We now have 250 shareholders and we are aware that other people would like to come along too.  Space is limited, and due to the AGM we will give priority to shareholders, so we will arrange another time if we are over-subscribed.  Please get in touch if you would like to come but cannot make this date.

Programme

  • 11.15 Coffee and Tea – welcome
  • 11.45 Formal AGM meeting – open to all
  • 13.00 Lunch – bring and share
  • 14.30 Farm tour
  • 15.30 Seed processing, storage and packing facilities
  • 16.30 Tea
  • 17.00 Film screening SEED: the untold story
  • 18.30 Close

Places are limited so PLEASE BOOK by emailing the organiser.

Drinks and some refreshments will be provided but please bring something to share for lunch.

If it is wet it will be muddy in places; please bring suitable clothing and shoes for outside.

Informal camping is available, by prior arrangement.

Details

Date:
August 19
Time:
11:45 am - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Organiser

David Price
Phone:
07887 572324
Email:
davidprice[at]seedcooperative[dot]org[dot]uk

Venue

Gosberton Bank Nursery
Gosberton Bank, Gosberton
Spalding, PE11 4PB United Kingdom
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Phone:
01775 840592
Website:
www.seedcooperative.org.uk

5 thoughts on “2017 Annual General Meeting and Open Day”

  1. I’m sad I shall not be able to make it to your AGM – it’s just too far to travel. If you ever get to the point of wanting outlets / promotions elsewhere, particularly in the South West near Bristol, please let me know. I should be happy to help.

  2. Hello,

    i would like to book my place for the open day. Is it possible?

    Thanks!!

    Claudia Salimbeni

  3. Please book me a place at the AGM on 19 August.
    I will bring some builder’s bags as offered at our visit earlier this year.
    Would you like some pallets?
    I also have a few walnut trees growing in pots that are looking for a permanent home. Interested?

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