The CBA holds an Annual General Meeting each year, usually in the autumn, to which members are very welcome. The formal business of the meeting includes activity updates from the President and Director, as well as the adoption of the statutory Reports and Financial Statements. We also hold a Winter General Meeting in late February/early March each year.
Have your say
The General Meetings are an important part of the work of the CBA, and provide a forum for our members to contribute to discussions about the organisation and its activities and major archaeological issues. They are also key dates in our social calendar and an opportunity for CBA staff, trustees and members to meet and socialise.
Annual General Meeting 2012
16 September 2012, Creswell Crags Museum and Heritage Centre, Worksop, Nottinghamshire
This year’s AGM was held as a part of the Council for British Archaeology’s Weekend Event 2012, which also included a tour of the spa town of Buxton, a guided tour of Stanton Moor, visits to Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site and Bolsover Castle, and more.