Management Committee and Trustees

We cover NW7: This area is defined by Scratchwood Service Station (on the M1) in the north down to Copthall in the south, with The Hale as the eastern edge and to Darlands in the west.

Our Society is Headed by

Patron

Lady Marina Hobson
OBE JP

President

Michael Worms
BSc PhD

Chair

Pending

Vice Chair

Kevin Green

Hon Solicitor

Robert Cottingham
MA

Hon Architect

John Living
AAdip CMdip RIBA

Hon Teasurer

Wendy Living
BA ACA JP

Independent Examiner

Adrian Gray
BA ACA

Secretary

Kim Thompson

Membership

We have a membership made up of individuals, families and organisations all either in, or with links to, the NW7 area. Depending on how you count the collection of individuals, families and organisations this represents many hundreds of members. We are continually looking for new people to join as an increase in numbers improves our ‘influence’ on planning matters.

Trustees and Management Committee

The Society is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) and the Trustees are responsible for managing its affairs. The Society is run in accordance with its Constitution and the rules of the Charity Commission. The Trustees, minimum 4 and maximum 8, are elected at the Annual General Meeting and meet twice a year.

The Trustees delegate the day-to-day running of the Society to the Management Committee, whose members are elected at the Annual General Meeting (AGM). Committee members bring specialist skills to the Society in the areas of planning, the environment and legal. The Committee meets monthly.

All Trustees and Committee members are volunteers. The Secretary is the only paid position.

Road-stewards

The work of delivering our numerous Newsletters and AGM Reports falls to our Road-Stewards, who also act as the eyes and ears of our Society in the area. At any one time we have about 30 Road-Stewards and we are always on the lookout to find more so that we can spread the workload.

MHPS News

MHPS started the newsletter in December 1977. There have always been Annual Reports to deliver to members, so since the Society started in 1949 there have been over 100,000 deliveries – not to mention the mail drops that have been done at time of particular local need. Our Road-Stewards are very special people.

Mill Hill Preservation Society

is a non profit making, registered charity, founded in 1949. It is a secular Society, and does not discriminate against anyone on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, disability, belief or religion, age, or sexual orientation.
Registered Charity 1185939

CIO Constitution

Constitution of a Charitable Incorporated Organisation with voting members other than its charity trustees.

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