Annual General Meeting – 26th November, 10:30am UK time via MS Teams

Nov 17, 2023

The CAH Support Group is pleased to announce its 5th Annual General Meeting (AGM).

It will be held virtually, via MS Teams, on 26th November 2023 at 10:30 am UK time.

If you’d like to see the agenda and/or attend, please contact Sallyann (her details are on the ‘Meet the Team’ page) .

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