Policies & Formal Documents

This page is where you can find formal and statutory documents relating to the operation of The Kew Society. These include the constitution, the executive committee structure and description of roles, the audited accounts and the minutes of Annual General Meetings.

Kew Society Constitution and Memoranda of Understanding

The Kew Society constitution as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)

Kew Society Constitution document

Kew Society Planning Policy final

Richmond Heathrow Campaign Memo of Understanding Final 30 Sept 2012

Old Deer Park Memorandum of Understanding

Data Privacy Policy

Kew Society Data Privacy Policy

Executive Committee Structure and description of roles

Executive Committee Skills Mix

Chair

Honorary Secretary

HonoraryTreasurer

Trustees

Trustee Job Role Description

Trustee Induction

Sub Committee terms of reference

Planning

Marketing

Environment

Events

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2018

Draft minutes of the AGM October 2017

Nomination form CIO

Proxy Vote Nomination form

Proxy Vote Revocation form

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2017

AGM notice 2017 final

AGM Annual Report 2017 final

Minutes-of-the-AGM-10-Oct-2016 final

Nomination form CIO

Proxy Vote Nomination form

Proxy Vote Revocation form

EGM 22 March 2017 APPROVED meeting mins (1)

EGM notice 2017 final

CIO constitution 23 Feb 2017

Explanatory Notes on Incorporation of the Kew Society

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2016

Nomination Form for the committee

AGM notice 2016

Annual Report 2016

Accounts 2016

Draft Minutes of the AGM 10 Oct 2016

 

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2015

AGM notice 2015

Annual Report 2015

Accounts 2015

Minutes of the AGM 14 Oct 2015

 

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2014

AGM notice 2014

Annual Report and Accounts 2014

Minutes of the AGM 15th October 2014

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2013

AGM notice 2013

Annual Report and Accounts 2013

Minutes of the AGM 9th October 2013

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2012

AGM Notice 2012

Annual Report and Accounts 2012

Minutes of the AGM, 10th October 2012

Documents for the year ending 31 July 2011

AGM Notice 2011

Annual Report and Accounts 2011

Minutes of the AGM, 19 October 2011

Committee Documentation – password protected

Committee Documentation

NEWS

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EVENTS

Event Information:

  • Sun
    12
    Aug
    2018
    2pm or 3pmSandycoombe Rd. St Margaret's

    Turners House has been carefully restored and is now open to the public once more.

    Sandycombe Lodge was built by 1813 to the designs of England’s great landscape painter, J.M.W. Turner; working here as his own architect to create a quiet retreat for himself, away from the pressures of the London art world. It also provided a home for his father, old William, in retirement from his trade as a barber and wigmaker in Covent Garden. With old William’s declining health and changes in his own life, Turner sold the house in 1826.  After an interesting history which includes 'airmens goggles' it was bought by Professor Harold Livermore and his wife Ann in 1947. They were careful custodians of the house and its precious heritage, and well-informed collectors of art relating to Turner and his time. In the 1950s they secured Grade 2* listing for the building. Professor Livermore set up The Sandycombe Lodge Trust, now Turner’s House Trust, in 2005 and on his death at the age of 95 in 2010, the Trust became the owner of Sandycombe.

    Please join us for a guided tour either at 2pm or 3pm.

    Please note that within the house, only the ground floor drawing room is fully accessible for visitors with mobility issues. The garden, and toilet is fully wheelchair accessible.

    Ticket price £6 per person.

    To buy tickets with a cheque (no fees) click here to download the form

    To buy tickets via credit or debit card (with fees via eventbrite) click here