COMMITTEE MERGER PLAN
BEACONSFIELD Town Residents (BTR) has been in existence in Beaconsfield for around 20 years.
During its first years it was very active with regard to development and transportation issues. Latterly, it has been less active although its committee still exists and individu- als have been active regarding current issues.
Recently, Beaconsfield Old Town Residents Association (BOTRA) has merged with The Beaconsfield Society (TBS) to form a stronger and more fully representative body, taking The Beaconsfield Society title, with both organisations already working together and holding their first annual general meeting in November.
The purpose of this Notice is to inform BTR supporters that its residual committee has been invited by the enlarged Beaconsfield Society to add their strength to what has been achieved so far, and merge with them too. Those members of BTR’s committee still involved are all enthusiastic to do this as being wholly to the benefit of Beaconsfield.
They would wish to close our bank account and to transfer the small sum of funds that have been lying idle, to the accounts of The Beaconsfield Society. The amount is around £500.
The object of this notice is to inform those who have been supporters of BTR in the past, and who are not in favour of what is being suggested, so that they may put forward their misgivings for consideration.
We hope to be able to make a decision before mid-October. If you are in favour, please do not trouble to reply, but do please consider coming to the first AGM of the “merged” Beaconsfield Society AGM at the Fitzwilliam Centre, 7.30pm, Friday November 4.
If you have misgivings, please email: cdme. mitchell@btinternet. com as soon as possible.