Annual General Meetings

2018 AGM

The 2018 AGM will be held on Saturday 28th April at Caledonia House, Edinburgh at 15.00.

At the 2018 AGM no positions are up for election. The inaugural terms of three directors end at this meeting but these positions are appointed by the Board rather than elected by the membership. Appointments for these positions will be announced at the AGM. As with all positions on completion of their inaugural period (with the exception of the Chair), these positions will serve a term of 3 years or until the third AGM from their appointment, whichever is sooner.

Ordinary Resolutions are tabled to set the membership fees for 2019 and agree the accountants. Special Resolutions are also proposed to make adjustments to the articles missed in 2017 with regards to allowing junior members to vote and to clarify the Association Management Groups recognised by the Board and membership.

The rules on voting at the AGM are included below, extracting the relevant parts of the Articles. The AGM Notification link below will take members to the proxy voting form when indicating that they will be unable to attend the AGM. This allows member unable to make the meeting to still vote as is their rights as per the articles and Companies Act. Use the links below to view the papers for this year's AGM.

Please use the AGM Notification Form in the email sent to all members to indicate if you are planning to attend the AGM as this will assist us with numbers and catering for the various elements of the day.


2017 AGM

The 2017 AGM was held on Saturday 3rd June at the North Inch Community Campus, Perth at 13.30.

At the 2017 AGM the Chairs of each Association Management Group (AMG) were up for election. These directors are responsible for looking after the core disciplines and must be members of STS. The positions are to be elected and will serve a term of 3 years.

Ordinary Resolutions were tabled to set the membership fees for 2018 and agree the accountants. Special Resolutions were also proposed to make adjustments to the articles to allow junior members to vote and make adjustments with regards the accounting requirements.


2016 AGM

Scottish Target Shooting held the very first Annual General Meeting of the Company at 14.00 on Saturday 30th April 2016 at Caledonia House, Edinburgh.

At the 2016 AGM all elected positions were up for election. Due to it being the inaugural AGM, different terms of office apply to ensure the full board is not due to stand down at the same time if all directors complete their terms. 

Ordinary Resolutions were tabled to set the membership fees for 2017 and agree the accountants. Special Resolutions were also proposed to make small corrections to the articles and maintain the same membership fee for the full year, regardless of when membership is taken.