The AIA’s AGM will be held online via Zoom on Thursday 15th October at 7pm, just before October’s Anster Nicht In. Members have been sent details of how to attend the online meeting, and any other parties interested in attending are invited to contact the AIA via email (email@example.com). The agenda can be found here and the accounts for 2019 here. The minutes for the 2019 AGM are here.
Nominations for election to the Board of Trustees are welcomed from Ordinary Members. They must be in writing by at least two Ordinary Members and the nominee should confirm his or her willingness to act as an elected Trustee if elected. Nominations can be made by email as above, or by post to The President at 11 Bankwell Road, Anstruther KY10 3DA not less than seven days before the AGM. Nomination forms can be found here.
Following the AIA’s AGM, at approximately 7.30pm, we will welcome Darren Peattie for our Anster Nicht In:
Salt Harvesting in the East Neuk
Two years ago, after 18 years living and working away, Darren Peattie brought his family home to St Monans. On a family walk at the St Monans salt pans he was struck by an idea to bring salt harvesting back to the East Neuk. Darren will talk us through the history of salt harvesting in the East Neuk, and how he is making his dream of revitalising the industry into a reality with the East Neuk Salt Company. He will also outline the project to reconstruct salt pan house number 9, creating a heritage visitor attraction in St Monans.
We look forward to seeing everyone there!