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Programme 2015 (V5)

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Programme 2015 (V5)

  1. 1. 6.00pm Arrival with welcome drinks in The Gallery Live music from Cumbrian blues band, Blue Slate 6.40pm Annual General Meeting agenda • Welcome • Chairman’s report • Adoption of annual review and accounts • To reappoint Armstrong Watson as auditors and to authorise the board to fix remuneration • To report on the appointment of trustees • Any other business • Annual report and accounts for the year ended 31st March 2015 can be viewed at www.cumbriafoundation.org 7.00pm Presentations led by compère Kim Inglis • ‘Changing our world one step at a time’ TEDx Talk by Andy Beeforth • Interview with Emelia Szulc, Marion Bruce and Anne Rogers, Eden Rural Foyer • Interview with Pauline Charnley, Four Groves Community Association • Interview with Rachel Holliday, Time to Change West Cumbria • Big Sleep 2016 launch 8.00pm Comfort break • Guests not staying for dinner depart • Dinner guests move to the dining area 8.20pm Dinner is served 9.30pm After dinner speaker Kevin Roberts, Executive Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi
  2. 2. Born and raised in Lancaster, Kevin Roberts is the New York-based Executive Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. Amidst a lifetime of achievements, he was appointed a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to business and community in 2013. He has a home in Grasmere. Our host this evening is TV journalist and presenter, Kim Inglis. She is a patron of the North East charity, Fighting All Cancers Together (FACT) and NSPCC in Cumbria. Based in Penrith, Eden Rural Foyer is part of Impact Housing Association. They provide supported-living, training and an on-site cyber-cafe to young people, some of whom are leaving the care system. Eden Rural Foyer Four Groves Community Association Time to Change West Cumbria Four Groves was set up in August 2000 by six Barrow residents who wanted to see their local council estate cleaned up. They now have a corner shop and training hub. The social enterprise runs Calderwood House in Egremont to tackle homelessness. They provide 24 hour emergency accommodation and training, prioritising British service personnel. One of the members of Blue Slate, Tom Burrows, was awarded £1,500 through Cumbria Community Foundation to attend the Junior Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
  3. 3. Sponsor of the table decor A luxury eleven bedroom Edwardian country house hotel, the Leathes Head Hotel is situated in the unspoilt Borrowdale Valley amongst three acres of grounds. “We’re delighted to be the headline sponsor at Cumbria Community Foundation’s Annual Celebration Dinner. We’re looking forward to attending the event and celebrating the outstanding work carried out every day in communities across Headline sponsor “We’re delighted to support Cumbria Community Foundation’s AGM for the sixth year running. As one of the North’s largest law firms, we have been providing legal advice across Cumbria for over two centuries. Our committment to Cumbria Bond Dickinson Leathes Head Hotel Cumbria by charities and voluntary groups.” Ian Burke, Director. has been deliberately strengthened over the last 15 years; in particular we have set out to ensure that our breadth of services gives all in Cumbria access to the very best advice.” Jamie Pass, partner at Bond Dickinson Law Firm. Sponsor of the welcome drinks Handelsbanken Heartwood Sponsor of the AGM programme The Westmorland Family Generous providers of this evening’s venue

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