The Parks Trust, the self-financing charity that looks after more than 6,000 acres of parkland in Milton Keynes, is looking forward to seeing members of the community at its upcoming Annual Public Meeting on Thursday 23 June from 6pm.
Taking place at Campbell Park Pavilion and live-streamed on Facebook, the meeting will be a chance for local people to catch up on the work of the charity over the past twelve months and hear about its plans for the future.
High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, Debbie Brock, will open the meeting which is the last one for Chief Executive, David Foster, who retires this Summer. David will be reflecting on the nineteen years that he has been with The Parks Trust before handing over to Victoria Miles MBE, who is taking over leadership of the charity. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions of The Parks Trust’s management team.
The 2022 Annual Public Meeting also marks the start of The Parks Trust’s 30th birthday celebrations, with a number of events and activities planned over the months ahead including a public tea party on 10th July – the charity’s official birthday.
For more details, including how to submit questions in advance of the meeting, click here.