2021 Annual General Meeting: Friday 24th September, 2pm, online

CPRE Chief Exec Crispin Truman will join us for this year’s online AGM

In light of further uncertainty about the coronavirus pandemic when planning for this meeting was underway, we decided that the best course of action was to hold the meeting online.

We are delighted that our national Chief Executive, Crispin Truman, will join us at the meeting. A social worker by training, he has over 20 years’ experience of leading and growing successful, award-winning organisations across multiple sectors including The Churches Conservation Trust, the UK charity protecting historic churches at risk, and the Revolving Doors Agency, supporting people with mental health problems in the criminal justice system. Crispin has been Chair of governors at Stoke Newington School in London, chair of the London Cycling Campaign and trustee of several UK charities including The Heritage Alliance and Rethink Severe Mental Illness.  Internationally he is founder and trustee of Future Religious Heritage and International Advisory Panel Member at the Foundation for Jewish Heritage. He was awarded the OBE for services to heritage and charitable foundations in 2017.

Members will receive full information about how to join the meeting by post or email, depending on their communications preferences.

The meeting papers can be downloaded below:

Please contact us if you are a member and have not received your invitation to join the AGM by Monday 16th August.

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