NACCS Council

The Trustees (as registered with the Charity Commission) are:

The Constitution of the Society states: “Trustees of the Society shall be appointed in an appropriate number to satisfy the Charities Commission. Trustees shall be appointed by the Council, normally from the body of Past Presidents and their appointment reported at the Annual General Meeting of the Society. The term of office for a Trustee will normally be four years, renewable for a second term of four years.”

All the current Trustees are previous Presidents of the Society. The Trustees main role is to oversee the financial and organisational probity of the society. The Trustees are asked to approve the annual financial report and audited accounts. The immediate Past President is automatically appointed a Trustee and sits on Council to advise and act as a conduit to the other Trustees. The minutes of each Council meeting are sent to all Trustees.