Annual General Meeting

The CGi’s Annual General Meeting was held on 25 April 2023 at The Little Big Brewery.

Dave Newman, CGi chairman, outlined the work the Federation had been involved in over the past 12 months to support members, including:

• Disability Legislation
• Population Management
• Electricity Strategy

As with last year, many of the issues dealt with by the CGi and the committee were carried over from the previous years.

We have been in face to face meeting with various departments within the States of Guernsey, vested stakeholders and of course more importantly our membership.

The CGi has continued to increase our media involvement over the last year in not only raising and promoting the CGi profile but also commenting on the various issues previously mentioned and representing our members views within the Bailiwick of Guernsey.

It has also been especially gratifying to see our States Politicians actively seeking out the CGi to engage in dialogue and trying to understand our memberships views and the challenges they face.

This was especially relevant to the ongoing Population Management issues and GST.

Thanks were extended to the existing committee who have provided thought-provoking comment and engagement which made his role easier and the impact of the CGi more effective.

Special thanks were offered to Stuart Blondel for his years of service after stepping down on the committee.

Dave Newman, Ian Le Moigne, Clive McMinn, Alan Rowe, Pete Miller, Kimberly Newman, Martyn Gaudion, Claire Archer and Lance Vaudin are to continue as members of the committee.

After the AGM, the attendees were given a guided tour of the Little Big Brewery.

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