The AGM will be held on Wednesday 11th December 2019 between 10.30 am and 11.30 am. The venue will be the Engine Shed in Stirling. The AGM will commence at 10.30am with registration and coffee from 10.00am
The AGM is your opportunity to hear about our work over the last 12 months and our future plans. As well as the AGM meeting, from 11.45am there will be an opportunity to hear from Dr. Emma Miller who will explore the findings from our recent scoping review looking at the evidence for short breaks. Following Emma we will be joined by colleagues from PAMIS (Promoting a more inclusive society) who will be launching their new Short Breaks Fund supported video and resource pack aimed at festival organisers to help them make their events more inclusive and accessible to everyone. After lunch at 1.45 pm, Simon Jaquet will be sharing the results of our national survey – What we did on our holidays – into holiday activity provision for disabled children and young people and their families.
In addition to all this, there will be good chat and nice food in the very splendid surroundings of the Engine Shed, Scotland’s new hub for conserving our built heritage.