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10th May 2024

Notice of Guild AGM 2024 and Election of Directors

The Guild’s AGM is set for Tuesday 13th August 2024 from 7pm, taking place Online.

All members of the Guild are welcome to attend and hear from the Guild’s Board on achievements over the past year and plans for the future.  Individual full members of the Guild are entitled to vote at the AGM, and stand for Board Director election; Associate Members and Industry Partner representatives are welcome to join the AGM, but may not vote or be elected as a Board Director.

Election of Board Directors

The following Director(s) were co-opted during the year and will face election: Steve Williams (Treasurer)

The following Director(s) are voluntarily retiring: Neil Walker, Kate Oppenheim

The following Director(s) are retiring by rotation: None.

This leaves two vacancies on the Board.

We are incredibly grateful to the hard work of those Directors who are retiring this year – thank you!

If you would like to stand for election you will need to complete a nomination form, signed by you and two other Guild full members as proposer and seconder. Please download this form, complete it and return it by email to no later than Tuesday 2nd July 2024.

Information about serving as a Guild Director can be found here. You can also email and for more information or if you have any further questions.

Motions for discussion
Full members may propose a motion for discussion at the AGM.  These must be received by Tuesday 2nd July 2024 via email to

Voting and proxy voting

Voting will take place during the AGM.

Full members who are unable to join are welcome to vote via proxy. To request a proxy form ahead of the AGM, email Completed proxy forms must be received by Sunday 11th August 2024.

Confirmation of attendance

To RSVP, please email


The Guild’s membership is geographically diverse and to offer the best chance for all members to attend and help shape the future Guild, we have decided to hold the AGM online. Further details of this will follow in due course.