The Annual General Meeting of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (Charity number 1080096/Company Limited by Guarantee 3885649), will be held on Saturday 13 November 2021, commencing at 3.00pm, and is open to all WANHS members. The agenda and voting papers are sent to all members.
Due to a positive Covid-test amongst the Museum staff the AGM will be held online only. Ticket holders have been advised of the situation. 11/11/21
We will be holding the meeting at the Museum, but limiting numbers, therefore, as in 2020 we will be running the meeting online simultaneously. Either way you wish to attend you will be able to ask questions and vote on resolutions.
To attend the AGM, you can either attend in person, or online:
1. In person at the Museum – PLEASE BOOK A PLACE. RSVP: email@example.com or book online below.
* First come, first served – IF WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY ON THE DAY WE WILL HAVE TO TURN YOU AWAY.
* DO NOT attend if you are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms.
* Face-coverings will be required and seating will be arranged to ensure distancing.
* The Museum will remain open to visitors on the day.
* We reserve the right to adjust arrangements if required.
2. Online – PLEASE BOOK A PLACE
* To register to attend via video conferencing (Zoom), please reserve your place by booking below. You only need to book one ticket per household.
* The link to join the meeting will be sent on the day.
3. Unable to Attend?
If you are unable to attend we can record your apologies in the minutes – firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send in your vote using the voting paper which has been sent to all members.
All the documents can be viewed online at – AGM 2021
To vote at the AGM you have two options:
1. If you are attending either in person or via Zoom, you can vote on the day.
2. If you are not able to attend, you can return the postal vote which is sent to all members.
After the AGM Members are invited to stay for Looking back and moving forward: a Wealth of Knowledge Project update, by Wil Partridge, Research Officer: Collections
Wil, previously Finds Liaison Officer for Wiltshire, has for almost two years been working as Research Officer for the Wiltshire Museum. He is responsible for undertaking the ACE-funded A Wealth of Knowledge project, which aims to review 10-years’ worth of archaeological research into the collections and update the Museum’s records with this new information. This initial phase of the project has now been completed, and the Museum is able to describe in great detail exactly how its collections have been used. With this information in hand, it is now time to look forward, to identify future research priorities and to create the systems which will make feeding this information back into the collections more efficient.