NOTICE OF AGM
Sanday Development Trust's Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 9th November at 7.30pm in the Community Room at the school. The meeting is open to all - you do not need to be a member to attend but you do need to be a member to vote.
Membership forms are available to download at the bottom of this page and are also available as paper copies from Heilsa Fjold. Forms will also be available at the AGM if you'd like to become a member on the night.
Director Nomination Form NB forms must be returned to Heilsa Fjold by Wednesday 2nd November.
This year's AGM will also include a presentation from SKS Scotland who are carrying out the feasibility study for the Kettletoft regeneration project. This is YOUR opportunity to put forward your ideas and suggestions, hear what has been done so far and comment upon the proposals. To find out more, come along on the night!
Trust meetings take place at Heilsa Fjold - normally on a Monday night - and commence at 7.30pm.
What we do
The Sanday Development Trust was formed in 2004 as a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity. Our mission statement sets out the aims of the organisation...
The main objectives of the Sanday Development Trust is to create an economically prosperous, sustainable community that is connected to the wider world, but to remain a safe, unspoilt environment where people are proud to live, able to work, to bring up and educate their children, to fulfil their own hopes and ambitions, and to grow old gracefully, enjoying the quality of life that is second to none.
From humble beginnings the Trust has grown through a number of initiatives, and now successfully delivers various projects including a Youth and Community centre, the Reuse Centre, Sanday Heritage Centre, a Ranger service and adult education opportunities.
The Trust is a membership-based organisation. Anyone can become a member of the Trust if their main residence is in Sanday and are over 18 years of age. If you would like to support the Trust in its work, please become a member - there is no charge to join and all you need to do is complete and return a membership form.
By becoming a member, not only do you enable the Trust to demonstrate that it has public support for its activities but you are also entitled to vote on decisions and to stand as a director of the board.