Policies & Formal Documents

This page is where you can find formal and statutory documents relating to the operation of The Kew Society. These include the constitution, the executive committee structure and description of roles, the audited accounts and the minutes of Annual General Meetings.

Kew Society Constitution and Memoranda of Understanding

The Kew Society constitution as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)

Kew-Society-Planning-Policy-final

Richmond Heathrow Campaign Memo of Understanding Final 30 Sept 2012

Old Deer Park Memorandum of Understanding

Data Privacy Policy

Kew Society Data Privacy Policy

Executive Committee Structure and description of roles

Executive Committee skills mix

Chair

Honorary Secretary

HonoraryTreasurer

Trustees

Trustee Job Role Description

Trustee Induction

Sub Committee terms of reference

Planning

Marketing

Environment

Events

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2019

Draft-Minutes-of-the-AGM-22-Oct-2018

Nomination form CIO

Proxy-Vote-Nomination-form

Proxy-Vote-Revocation-form

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2018

AGM notice 2018

AGM Annual Report 

Final-Minutes-of-the-AGM-25-Oct-2017

Nomination form CIO

Proxy-Vote-Nomination-form

Proxy-Vote-Revocation-form

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2017

AGM notice 2017 final

AGM Annual Report 2017 final

Minutes-of-the-AGM-10-Oct-2016 final

Nomination form CIO

Proxy Vote Nomination form

Proxy Vote Revocation form

EGM-22-March-2017-APPROVED-meeting-mins-1

EGM-notice-2017-final

CIO-constitution-23-Feb-2017

Explanatory-Notes-on-Incorporation-of-the-Kew-Society

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2016

Nomination Form for the committee

AGM notice 2016

Annual Report 2016

Accounts 2016

Final-Minutes-of-the-AGM-10-Oct-2016

 

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2015

AGM notice 2015

Annual Report 2015

Accounts 2015

Minutes of the AGM 14 Oct 2015

 

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2014

AGM notice 2014

Annual Report and Accounts 2014

Minutes of the AGM 15th October 2014

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2013

AGM notice 2013

Annual Report and Accounts 2013

Minutes of the AGM 9th October 2013

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2012

AGM Notice 2012

Annual Report and Accounts 2012

Minutes of the AGM, 10th October 2012

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2011

AGM Notice 2011

Annual Report and Accounts 2011

Minutes of the AGM, 19 October 2011

Committee Documentation – password protected

Committee Documentation

EVENTS

Event Information:

  • Fri
    25
    Jan
    2019
    10:30 amThe National Portrait Gallery

    We are delighted to offer members a talk at The National Portrait Gallery about Thomas Gainsborough’s career, from youth to maturity which tells the story of an 18th century provincial artist’s rise to metropolitan fame and fortune.

    Tickets cost £25 per person

    After the talk there is an opportunity to view the exhibition, featuring over 50 works, including some that have never been on public display in the UK before and offers a unique insight in the private life and motivations of one of Britain’s greatest artist.

    Gainsborough, King George III’s drawing master, was reported to have given Queen Charlotte drawing lessons, during the then fashionable rage for his eccentric style. She also owned a number of his landscape drawings.

    Gainsborough often visited his friend Joshua Kirby, who had been appointed Clerk of Works to George III, staying at no.25 Kew Green and chose to be buried in a modest tomb in St Anne’s churchyard.

    The National Portrait Gallery offers step-free access via the shop entrance on St Martin’s Place and a ramp at the Orange Street entrance. The lecture theatre is also wheelchair accessible. However, the nearest underground stations of Leicester Square and the Embankment do not have lifts.

    Click here to buy tickets online (with fees)

    Click here to download booking form to pay by cheque (no fees)