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PST AGM 2016 - Vital questions to be decided by Members
By Scott Mclachlan

Added on 14 September 2016

Please use the link below to apply to attend via Eventbrite.



NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Seventh Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held at The Victory Suite, Fratton Park, Frogmore Road, Portsmouth PO4 8RA onThursday, 22nd September 2016 at 7.00pm (doors 6.30pm) for the following purposes:

1. Ordinary Business

1.1. Apologies
1.2. Chairman’s Report
1.3. Minutes of the Sixth Annual General Meeting of 2015
1.4. Matters Arising from the Sixth Annual General Meeting

Motions (AGM 2015)
i. Special Business [Motion 2.1]
ii. Special Business [Motion 2.2]
iii. Special Business [Motion 2.3]

1.5. PST Board Election Results 2016
1.6. PST Audited Accounts 2015/16 and Treasurer’s Report
1.7. Appointment of Auditors
1.8. Membership Report and PST Shareholding in PCFC

2. Special Business

2.1. Strategic Plan 2016-2021 (Approval)
2.2. PST Voting Policy on a Relevant or Sale Decision (Resolution and Rule Amendments)


By Order of the Board

Dr Mark Farwell
PST Secretary



Calling Notice: Motions for the PST AGM on the 22nd September 2016

Dear Society Members,

Calling Notice: Motions for the PST AGM

All Motions, including motions to amend rules, must be submitted in accordance with rule 49. Motions must be submitted by 15th September 2016 to the PST Secretary at[email protected]

“A resolution of a general meeting is a motion that has been previously circulated to the membership and approved by a quorate meeting of the PST Board; and by a simple majority of members present and voting except as provided elsewhere in the Society’s rules. Any motion submitted by a member/s to the Society AGM will be circulated to all members of the Society not less than five working days before the day fixed for the meeting.”


Motions should be no more than 150 words; and begin with the words “This Society” and conclude with “This AGM instructs the PST Board to”.


Motion by an MP to the House of Commons on the 11th March 2014
[That] this House is deeply worried about the claims made by former England footballer Sol Campbell about racism in the Football Association (FA) and the impact of this on his career. […] Mr Campbell suggests that if he was white he would have been captain of the England side ‘for more than 10 years’. […] Mr Campbell was capped 73 times for England and captained the side on only three occasions.

I call on the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to investigate these claims to eradicate any racism in the FA. [92 words]


Dr Mark Farwell
PST Secretary




What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Parking will be available behind the North Stand


Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact Mark Farwell - [email protected] 

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