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National Council election updates

At our AGM on Friday 11th December various elections for the National Council were concluded. 

The election for the representative for associate members was won by Thomas Concannon of Wor Hyem 1892 (Newcastle United), while the four spaces for individual representatives were taken by Christine Seddon, Sarah Stelling, Malcolm Hirst and Martin O’Hara. The vice-chair, Tom Greatrex, was re-elected for a three year term unopposed.

The newly constituted Women’s Network, as passed by special resolution at the AGM, will elect its three representatives to the National Council ahead of the first meeting in 2021 which will take place in late January.

We’d like to place on record our congratulations to those elected, and our thanks to all those who stood for election.

To see the results of the Network elections which took place ahead of the AGM, click here.

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