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National Campaign for Courtesy AGM on Saturday 30 May 2015

If you would like to join us in promoting courtesy in all aspects of life, in every community in the UK, please come along to our Annual General Meeting on Saturday 30 May 2015 at the Lancaster Hall Hotel, 35 Craven Terrace, London W2 3EL (see direction map below). Start time 12.30pm (to be confirmed).

National Campaign for Courtesy Annual General Meetings are friendly, interesting events, especially when our celebrity patrons attend.

We welcome everyone. Please let us know you are coming so we can ensure we can provide sufficient refreshments – email 

We’ll also be celebrating our #pleaseMAY initiative to make May 2015 a month of courtesy.

2014 National Campaign for Courtesy AGM

You are invited to the National Campaign for Courtesy Annual General Meeting

from 12.30pm on
Saturday 7 June 2014


The Westminster Quaker Meeting House
8 Hop Gardens entrance
off St Martin’s Lane

(View directions.)

There will be a buffet lunch at £10 per head – members and guests welcome. Please confirm attendance on 020 830 3707.



Officers/councillors/regional executives – reports

Election of officers. Any nominations for chairman, vice chairman, secretary, treasurer, membership secretary must be received at Surbiton head office by 31 May.


Introduction of guests. Photographs by Patron Doug McKenzie and John McKenzie.


Special guests (subject to arrangement) interviewed by Edward Thomas.

Launch of courtesy top town project

Report by Councillor Liz Hall.

Question and Answer debate

Guest panellists chaired by David Williams MBE


Organised by Councillor Vanessa Bond

All is fair in sport at National Campaign for Courtesy AGM

The National Campaign for Courtesy’s 2013 annual general meeting on Saturday 1 June lived up to the success of previous years’ events with a number of inspiring talks.

National Campaign for Courtesy AGM 2013

Although some officers and members were unable to travel to London and were sorely missed, those attending participated fully in the business part of the meeting before enjoying an inspiring talk from Paul Smith on Football’s Top 10 Sportsmanship Moments 2012/13. While football does not always portray itself as a sport where ‘fairness’ is practised, Paul chose some truly inspiring moments to share with everyone.

Following this, Dorothy Mdoe and Ann Skidmore, two London Olympic Ambassadors who took up the option of National Campaign for Courtesy membership, recounted their experiences of welcoming thousands of visitors to London for the 2012 Games.

The meeting closed to rapturous applause from all attending, who emerged on to the London streets realising the power of sport, volunteering and courtesy to improve our daily lives.

• Many thanks to ‘number one showbusiness photographer’ Doug McKenzie for capturing the event with his camera.

National Campaign for Courtesy AGM Saturday 1 June 2013

The National Campaign for Courtesy Annual General Meeting will take place at 12 midday for 12.30pm on Saturday 1 June at the Club for Acts and Actors, 20 Bedford Street, London, WC2E 9HP (see map and travel details below).

The meeting will cover the campaign’s activities over the past year and discuss future activities.

Tea/coffee and a buffet will be served at 1.30pm – the cost is £10 per person (payable to the Treasurer on the day).

Following this, guest speaker PR Smith, author of Great Moments of Sportsmanship and Extraordinary Sports People, will be presenting his London 2012 slideshow with reference to the magnificent support given by the London Team of Volunteers to whom the National Campaign for Courtesy provided guidance regarding the courtesy and respect to be extended to all visitors to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Patron and ‘number one showbusiness photographer’ Doug McKenzie will also be capturing the highlights of the event on his camera.

Members and visitors are welcome to attended – please confirm your attendance by phone before 5pm on Friday 25 May by calling 020 8330 3707.

Travelling to the AGM

Nearest BR and Underground stations: Charing Cross.

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