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Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby Bowgetstone » Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:17 am

I have just received an email from the club advising of an Extraordinary General Meeting to be held in August. The email finishes by explaining that the meeting is open to shareholders only. I would like to have attended the meeting had I received the promised shares after the last begging bowl round. Did anyone receive the promised shares? I’ll wager they didn’t. As with the trophy presentation, another example of the supporters being taken for granted.
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby Elmslie Ender » Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:40 am

Bowgetstone wrote:I have just received an email from the club advising of an Extraordinary General Meeting to be held in August. The email finishes by explaining that the meeting is open to shareholders only. I would like to have attended the meeting had I received the promised shares after the last begging bowl round. Did anyone receive the promised shares? I’ll wager they didn’t. As with the trophy presentation, another example of the supporters being taken for granted.


I got a share certificate recently for additional shares.
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby Yellowcoat » Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:46 am

I can confirm mine was received as well. No need for conspiracy theories.
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby 61663 » Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:49 am

One assumes the club will have had time by then to have invested in a commercial license for a virtual meeting software program and learnt how to use it effectively .... could have had a trial run with presentation of the trophy the other day.
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby breakspear stones » Sun Jul 26, 2020 10:30 am

I also received my share certificate in the last couple of weeks
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby attic » Sun Jul 26, 2020 10:31 am

Absolutely right to keep the meeting as formal and to the relevant audience as possible. The higher we go the more directed these meetings need to be. Can do without the embarrassment of 2016 again.
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby Ronnie » Sun Jul 26, 2020 11:04 am

Bowgetstone wrote:I have just received an email from the club advising of an Extraordinary General Meeting to be held in August. The email finishes by explaining that the meeting is open to shareholders only. I would like to have attended the meeting had I received the promised shares after the last begging bowl round. Did anyone receive the promised shares? I’ll wager they didn’t. As with the trophy presentation, another example of the supporters being taken for granted.


Presumably if you received the email you are a shareholder? Check with Andrew Lane if you haven't received your certificate, like others mine arrived in the last fortnight or so
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby Andrew » Mon Jul 27, 2020 3:03 pm

Bowgetstone wrote:I have just received an email from the club advising of an Extraordinary General Meeting to be held in August. The email finishes by explaining that the meeting is open to shareholders only. I would like to have attended the meeting had I received the promised shares after the last begging bowl round. Did anyone receive the promised shares? I’ll wager they didn’t. As with the trophy presentation, another example of the supporters being taken for granted.


Bowgetstone, please get in touch with me andrewlane40@icloud.com. Thanks
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby CJC » Mon Aug 10, 2020 5:35 pm

What time should not shareholding supporters attend or are they allowed in but not too vote?
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Re: Extraordinary General Meeting

Postby breakspear stones » Mon Aug 10, 2020 7:18 pm

CJC wrote:What time should not shareholding supporters attend or are they allowed in but not too vote?



Why not purchase some shares & you can vote as well
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