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Barry Kilby at 2nd Clarets Trust AGM



Clarets Trust wish to remind its members that the 2nd Clarets Trust AGM will take place on Thursday 24th May at 7pm (for a 7.30 p.m start). It will be held in the Dr Iven Suite in the Bob Lord Stand at Turf Moor.

There is now a section on the Trust Website Menu providing all the information that you might need to know about the AGM 2007 Event including an Agenda, Specific Motions and news of the Board Elections. Please keep coming back to these sections as issues are finalised and confirmed.

Clarets Trust Website

Barry Kilby has also kindly agreed to speak at the 2nd Trust AGM about developments at the club and the prospects for the future over what promises to be an interesting close season with developments likely on and off the field. Hopefully he will also answer questions but you must be there to ask them as no questions will be sought beforehand.

Note that the meeting is for members only but anybody will be able to join on the night for the usual prices. If you have any Clarets friends & family who are not Trust members why not invite them along so we can sign them up?

At the AGM the accounts will be ratified and proposals from the Board will be put forward.

There will also be the chance to listen to Trust Board members suggesting projects and developments for the coming year.

More importantly, it the chance for members to put their point of view to help direct the Board as to the direction in which they wish to see the Trust go. As a democratic organization it the members who will decide. Any proposals should preferably be put in writing to the registered address prior to the meeting.

Put this important meeting in your diary and come along and listen to what both the Trust and Barry Kilby have to say.

If you are not a member why not come along and join on the night? You can hear what we are up to and listen to the Burnley FC Chairman about our club.




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Date:Saturday May 12 2007

Time: 10:29AM

 

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