2020 AGM

Our AGM on 30th June 2020

Nomination of Members of the Executive Committee for 2020 to 2021

Our AGM is due to take place on June 30th in the Council Chamber of the Civic Centre (Coronavirus may delay this). The Executive Committee will be elected at the AGM and our constitution states that the committee shall comprise sixteen members but that subsequently we may co-opt further members should the need arise.

If you would like to become a member of the Executive Committee or nominate someone you can download the nomination form from here. Some of our current members are willing to continue but we are keen to recruit new members who will bring fresh ideas and energy. As you can see all members will have a specific responsibility and we are keen to find someone who has an interest in social media to be part of the team. New members will be paired with one of our existing members to help familiarise them with the role.

As the office at Millfield House is currently closed due to the lockdown we would like to receive completed nomination forms by email – there is no need for a signature! Please send them to Tony Watts (Secretary) – tony_watts@blueyonder.co.uk or Christine Whetstone (Chair) – whettie@yahoo.com by 4th May 2020.

April /May newsletter available

We are really sorry to have had to cancel meetings and other Forum events but obviously we all need to play our part in slowing the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

We have, however, produced the latest Forum Focus and it should have been delivered to members’ homes by now or find the newsletter here. There are many issues that still need addressing, including campaigning for a better bus route to Chase Farm.

Our Fairer Funding Campaign also continues with the Enfield Declaration on Fairer Funding, signed by a wide range of local community leaders, being sent to the relevant Government Ministers.

We urge everyone to follow government guidelines during these difficult times and we look forward to the time when we can meet again in person.

Health centre at North Midd?

The proposed health care centre at North Middlesex University Hospital would benefit both Enfield residents and NHS staff.

The proposed health care centre at North Middlesex University Hospital would benefit both Enfield residents and NHS staff.The Forum is calling on local MPs to back plans for a new multi-purpose integrated health care centre at North Middlesex University Hospital that would reduce pressure on the A & E department there and help improve services to residents in the east of the borough.

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