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Peter Murray


The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the London Society will be held on Monday 1 July from 6:00-6:30pm at the offices of Squire and Partners, The Department Store, Ferndale Road, London SW9 8FR.

All current members* of the Society are entitled to attend and to vote. Please register here if you plan to be at the AGM.

Minutes of the 2018 AGM can be downloaded here.

The agenda for the meeting and the 2018 draft accounts will be available to all members in advance of the meeting.

Motions for the AGM should be sent to the Hon. Sec. (c/o to be received before 10 June 2019.

Persons wishing to stand for the Committee should let the Hon. Sec. know before 10 June 2019 along with the names of their proposers and seconders (both of whom must be current members of the Society).

After the AGM, why not join us for food, drink and music at the Society’s summer party, held in the upstairs bar above Squire and Partners. Tickets will go on sale this week – but book early, because tickets are strictly limited.

*From the constitution: No Member shall have power to vote at any meeting of the Society if his or her subscription is in arrears at the time. … A Corporate Member may appoint a representative to vote on its behalf at all meetings but before such representative exercises his or her right to vote the Corporate Member shall give particulars in writing to the Honorary Secretary of such representative.

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Peter Murray

Join us to celebrate summer in style with food and drink at Oasis Farm, an urban farm tucked away in the heart of Waterloo just moments from the Southbank, and the closest farm to Parliament!

Opening in May 2015, Oasis has transformed a strip of wasteland into a flourishing community resource and a haven for nature, where the aim is to learn how to care for ourselves, others, plants, animals and the environment. Oasis’ vision is to provide a safe, supportive and inspiring space for the community the themes of food and farming are used to help people feel more connected, empowered and to reach their full potential.

Tickets for members and their guests cost just £25 and are available here. Non members tickets will be on sale from 13 June.

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