Archery GB annual general meetings (AGM) are open to all members of Archery GB and are a chance to vote on issues that affect you, hear from and elect board members and ensure that your voice is heard. Members are encouraged to participate, to ask questions and make comments. You can read the minutes from our past meetings here and find information on our next AGM.
This year, the AGM took place on Saturday 22 April 2023 at 10:30am as an online meeting.
Chair Mark Briegal said: "The last 12 months have seen archery at its best with clubs welcoming archers back to the shooting line as well as opening their doors to new members as Start Archery Week turned 10 years old.
"In Birmingham we’ve seen Commonwealth Games legacy funding bringing archery to diverse communities, while our annual Recognition Awards were a celebration of the people who work tirelessly to make archery happen.
"Internationally our GB archers won numerous medals on the World stage and we saw 3 of our female archers rank number 1 in the World.
"This year our athletes will begin the process of winning spots for the Paris Olympics and Paralympics while here at home we’re hosting the European Grand Prix as well as a full season of competitions across the UK.
"A big thank you for being a part of our vision of enriching lives through archery."
The AGM was restricted to the formal elements required by our Articles of Association. The meeting was held to pass the resolutions to:
All eligible members were given the opportunity to vote online, or via post and their votes were carried forward to the meeting.
Please note, voting closed at 5pm on Thursday 20 April 2023. You will not be able to cast your vote after this time.
In the Resources section of this page you can download and read the following papers:
You can also download and read the Anti-Doping End of Year report.
Details of the 2024 AGM will be posted on this page along with board papers at a later date.
In line with article 23, Civica were appointed to manage the voting process and provide the results to AGB. As such they are by terminology the 'Tellers' as referred to in our articles and laws.
You can read the minutes from our past AGMs by visiting the Governance section of our Document Finder.