2017 AGM Agenda and Papers

2017 AGM Notice

18 March 2017 9.30 - 11.30am,
Edinburgh Marriott Hotel, 111 Glasgow Road, Edinburgh EH12 8NF

Draft Agenda

2016 AGM Presentation

This is the presentation from Scottish Fencing 2016 Annual General Meeting.  

2016 AGM Presentation


If you have any questions please email Chris Hyde

2016 Annual General Meeting

Scottish Fencing AGM – 9th March 2016


A number of changes have been made to the draft minutes. There are two sets below, one showing the mark up of the changes and the second draft is the one that the meeting will consider.

2015 AGM Minutes showing mark up

2015 AGM Minutes version 2

Election of Directors

New Articles of Association

The following new Articles of Association were approved at the Annual General Meeting held in Edinburgh on 7th February 2014 

Articles of Association Approved 070214


Scottish Fencing AGM 2015

The AGM of Scottish Fencing will be held at Caledonia House, 1 Redheughs Rigg, South Gyle, Edinburgh EH12 9DQ at 1400 on 7thFebruary 2015.  An agenda and appropriate papers have been sent to members and clubs by email.  If you believe you are eligible to attend and vote at the AGM and you have not received the papers, please contact Liz Anderson at the SF office as soon as possible.

Proposed New Articles of Association

The Board has drafted new Articles of Association for Scottish Fencing Ltd.  This is, first, because the old Memorandum and Articles do not comply with the Companies Act as it has been revised since the Company was incorporated; second, the previous Articles were unnecessarily cumbersome as they included detail which is best dealt with by By-Laws – for example, changes to the membership system previously required consent of a General Meeting;  however, this is not really practical as the Home Countries are working together on several changes to be implemented over the coming month

The Way We Were - No. 1 of Occasional Items from our Archives

Cost of Membership (1971/72 Fencing Season)

The annual subscription for full individual membership of British Fencing (then known as the Amateur Fencing Association of Great Britain) was increased to £3.00 per year.


The first edition of the 'History' section of our website is now available - and here it is! (See attachment.) It highlights some - but by no means all - of the achievements in Scottish fencing since the inception of the modern Olympics in 1896. This is only a start. It's your turn now, and we are eager to receive your contributions.

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