86th Annual General Meeting of the National Federation of Music Societies, trading as Making Music, on Wednesday 8 September 2021
Notice of meeting
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the National Federation of Music Societies, trading as Making Music, will be held online on Wednesday 8 September 2021 at 19.25, for the following purposes:
1. To receive the Minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held on 8 September 2020
2. To receive and adopt the financial statements and the reports of the directors and auditors for the year ended 31 December 2020
3. To authorise the Board to appoint the Auditors
4. To authorise the Board to agree the remuneration of the Auditors
5. To announce the result of the elections to the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Music Societies and the appointment of the successful candidates (see Voting in the board elections below)
6. To consider any other business for discussion*
*Any other business to be notified to the Chair at the registered address no later than one week before the meeting.
11 August 2021
8 Holyrood Street, London SE1 2EL
Company Limited by Guarantee. Registered in England No. 308632. Registered charity no. 249219 and in Scotland no. SC038849.
The following documents are available for download:
Voting in the board elections
This year there are three vacancies on the Board of Making Music and an exceptional 18 candidates standing!
We hope this will be matched by an exceptional number of voters: this could be a hotly contested election to decide which of the candidates will join the Board – so be sure to cast your vote and make your group’s views heard – it’s very easy!
Vote online, by email or by post by 9am on Tuesday 7 September 2021.
If you are posting your vote, it must be received by Making Music by 9am on 7 September to be valid. Royal Mail say that 1st class letters are delivered the next working day, and 2nd class letters in 2-3 working days. We cannot consider votes which arrive after this time.
To help you decide who to vote for, the 18 candidates have written brief statements.