The minutes of June’s board meeting are now available in the Minutes section of this website.
Members can now see the draft minutes of April’s SGM.
These are being shared while the meeting’s fresh in your memory, but keep a note of any amendments you might have until we send out the official notification of our next SGM, which is when these draft minutes will get amended, if necessary, and approved.
The Dons Trust is looking for a volunteer to share in minute-taking duties for board meetings and for general meetings with members. In all, there are around 15 – 18 such meetings per year, and the board wishes to expand the team of minute-takers so as to share the workload and ensure that minutes are prepared and finalised on a timely basis.
As a minute-taker, you will be responsible for:
Preparing a short and engaging summary of board..
Last week the formal announcement of the upcoming SGM was sent to all members. However, due to an administrative oversight, the agenda and the minutes from last December’s AGM were not included.
These will be sent out by email later this week but you can also see the invite letter and agenda on this website.
Please accept our apologies for this mistake.
Can you help the Dons Trust as its new secretary, supporting communications with members or as a minute taker?
Rob McGlinchey, the Trust’s current secretary, plans to stand down in the spring due to pressures of work. To give a feel for what the role of the secretary is you can access the current job description.
While replacing Rob, we would also like to look at the workload carried by the rest of the Trust’s secretariat, including those who assist..
The Dons Trust Board held its monthly meeting on Monday, 8 October, which included the subject of appointing our new first-team manager Neal Ardley.
The meeting was held on the same day as the final interviews for the club’s new first-team manager, and the Board was joined by members of the Football Club Board (Erik Samuelson, Ivor Heller, Nigel Higgs and David Charles).
There was a detailed and robust discussion between the two boards about the selection process, the relative..