BASC Council Elections 2021
Nominations for BASC Council elections are now closed. Further information on candidates to follow.
Elections to BASC Council and notice of Annual General Meeting 2021
As a BASC member, you can play your part in ensuring the Association benefits from the best possible governance by voting in this year’s Council elections. You can read them below by clicking on individual candidates.
Full candidate statements can also be posted or emailed to you; please contact the membership department on 01244 573 030 or email.
Candidates for elections to BASC Council
There are two candidates standing for one national seat and one candidate standing for one England country seat.
Each candidate was invited to provide up to 500 words, addressing how their personal qualities and experience would benefit BASC Council and their aspirations as Council members.
You can vote for your candidate online at ballot.ukevote.uk/basc or by returning the freepost ballot form included within the March/April issue of Shooting and Conservation magazine. All votes must be submitted by 10:30am on Wednesday 19 May 2021.
Both members in a BASC joint membership category can vote. There is only one set of voting papers included in the Shooting and Conservation magazine for the primary member. Joint members will receive their set of ballot papers by direct mail a week after the magazine. If you haven’t received your voting papers by Friday 19 March 2021, please contact the independent scrutineers’ election team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 0345 209 3770.
The election results are due to be announced at the BASC AGM on 22 May 2021.
BASC Council elections candidates
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions it is currently unknown what government guidance and rules on social distances and group meetings will be in place when the AGM is due to be held.
Currently the BASC AGM 2021 is due to be held at 10:30am on Saturday 22 May 2021 at BASC Head Office, Marford Mill, Rossett, Wrexham LL12 0HL.
However, depending on restrictions the Annual General Meeting may need to be held virtually. An announcement regarding this will be published on the BASC website by the end of April 2021 and will also be confirmed in the May/June edition of Shooting and Conservation.
APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S ADDRESS
ANNOUNCEMENT OF AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS
ADOPTION OF THE ANNUAL REPORT AND AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR YEAR END 31 DECEMBER 2020
MOTIONS FOR DEBATE
APPOINTMENT OF AUDITORS 2021/2022
ANY OTHER BUSINESS BY LEAVE OF THE CHAIR
NB. Members attending the AGM must carry proof of membership and may also be required to prove their identity. Entry may be refused to any person who fails to fulfil this requirement.