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WWWCA Inaugural AGM

WWWCA Inaugural AGM

Meeting on 10th March 2023. Our Inaugural Annual General Meeting (AGM) has the following content.

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* Welcome and introduction: Sheree

* Presentation: Gini

* Elections: Sheree

* Question & Answer session

* Close

The proposed Committee / Office Bearers are:

Gini Mitchell:

Gini is the Founder of Wild With Wheels, a Disabled Walks Leader, Disability Advocate and Forest School Leader. She has worked in support and teaching roles with Mencap and various organisations for Young Adults with Learning Disabilities and behavioural challenges. As well as experience of working with the Elderly with Dementia and Alzheimers. She has 25 years’ experience in creating community gardens, organising outdoor based activities and sharing her knowledge of plants and wildlife.

Sheree Bell:

She has had a life long career in Social Care and Community Development. By profession, Sheree worked as a qualified Social Worker for 40 years. Sheree also has a rich history of volunteering in the Voluntary Sector, undertaking many different roles in both London and Kent. Now retired, Sheree spends life with her 2 sausage dogs and enjoys nature, gardening and the arts.

Jackie Luckman:

Lifelong carer, terminal illness/other conditions. Previous experience in office and touch typist. Sales/marketing/advertising/fundraising/event organising. Remedial green crafts, (business Hedgerow Magic) writing and poetry , several Facebook pages supporting individual, community and environmental wellbeing. S.P.I.D.E.R. (Supporting.Promoting.Independence.Disabilities.Enterprise & Rehabilitation) an ongoing project for last 12 years voluntarily.

Michael Harden:

Long history of community building, grants and funding applications, charities/project development, start ups and accounts. Background in Community Development, mental and physical difficulties, youth and adult services. Own business in developmental practice, keen interests in wildlife, access to nature, skills development. Ambassador for North Kent Downs.


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