I am pleased to confirm the Legacy Members meeting will take place on Monday 28th January, in the Hub (Wycombe Baptist Church), Easton Street, High Wycombe HP11 1NJ starting at 7.30 p.m.
The purpose of the meeting is to present to members the proposal for investment into the Club, by Jim Collis and Bill Luby. This meeting had been provisionally scheduled for 14th January but has been pushed back to allow for more time for details of the proposal to be discussed between the two parties.
Following the first meeting, a period of voting will open (circa three weeks) and members will be able to vote online or by post.
A second formal meeting will be called, where a further presentation will take place together with the opportunity to vote in person on the night. The votes will be counted on that night and the result declared.
As we are talking about selling a majority stake in the Club, 75% of the 810 Legacy Members have to vote in favour. The important message is a non-vote is a no vote and it would be criminal if apathy decided the future of our Football Club.
It is planned to issue details of the proposal before the first meeting, and there will be ample time to ask questions, at the meeting, as well as on-line during the voting period.
You should by now have received an e mail confirming your status as a Legacy member. If you have not received this communication, and believe you qualify to be a Legacy Member, please contact David Cook at David.firstname.lastname@example.org
A more detailed timetable and how the vote is to be conducted by Electoral Reform Services will be sent to Legacy Members in the next few days. In the meantime, please put the meeting date in your diaries.
We are entering one of the most important phases in the history of our Football Club, it is your Club and it is vital, that you understand what is being proposed, and exercise your democratic right to decide it’s future.