If you were not one of the c400 members that attended our AGM in London on Saturday, this is what you missed…
If you weren’t able to attend (perhaps you were watching the rugby?), why not put next year’s AGM in your diary – 10 October 2020. I hope to see you there.
It was a brilliant day and I left full of optimism. The only low point was lunch - a much better choice of food in the old days before red meat became problematic. A lady next to me in the queue couldn't eat the vegetarian curry for digestive reasons and expressed horror that the alternative was chicken - how could RSPB have a bird on the menu! Please don't become too preachy and hair-shirt about food and lifestyle. We all have to live. A lot of us just try to make sensible decisions about consumption and travel etc. without being zealots. By all means point people in the right direction though.
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