The AGM is usually held in May or June at Blagdon Hall, with the kind permission of Lord Ridley. AGM business usually includes the appointment of the Officers and Committee Members; the Chairmen of the Committees provide an update of activity and progress in the past year, and the annual accounts are presented (after examination by an independent auditor). The AGM is followed by an annual lecture given by a notable speaker, and then a buffet is served. All Members are invited to the AGM.
The Hon. Andrew Joicey
Rt Revd Mark Tanner, Suffragan Bishop of Berwick
‘Holy Community Spaces or Whole Community Spaces?’
Appropriate use and development of rural church buildings for the whole community around Northumberland.’
Mr William Browne Swinburne
The Decline of ‘Defence’ as a social motivation and its future effect on the Rural Economy.
Dr Bernard Trafford
Professor Simin Davoudi, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University
Venerable Geoff Miller, The Archdeacon of Northumberland