MRSA Action UK: Notice of Annual General Meeting
Friday, 25 January 2013
Notice of Annual General Meeting
MRSA Action UK’s Annual General Meeting will take place on:
Saturday 9th March 2013 from 1.00pm to 5.00pm at Winsford Lifestyle Centre
The Drumber, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 1AD
Our Annual General Meeting will be held in March with opportunities for members to be involved in shaping the way the Charity lobbies for improvement in our healthcare and helps to raise awareness about healthcare infections and what we can do to stay well and reduce the risks of acquiring them.
There will be an opportunity to stand to be a Trustee for members who would like to bring their skills and ideas. We always welcome new ideas, and being a Trustee need not be too onerous on time if you are interested in becoming more involved. This opportunity is open to current members, formal notices and nomination papers have been despatched for members eligible to vote with a stamped addressed envelope to return to the Secretary by 5th March 2012. We had a good response last year and look forward very much to receiving your nominations and hope to see many of you on the 9th March 2013.
This meeting is open to the public, so if anyone wishes to come along and learn more about the work of MRSA Action UK you are very welcome to attend.
MRSA Action UK
telephone: 07762 741114
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