Charity Status and Constitution

South Chingford Community Library is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). The registration number is 1153772.

The SCCL constitution was amended at the Annual General Meeting on 13th May 2015. The new constitution may be downloaded here.

Following the Trustee Meeting on Monday 11th June 2018, the board was reconstituted as follows:

Barbara Peck (chair)
Greg Pope (secretary)
Stuart Manning (treasurer)
Narinder Matharoo
Marilyn Reynolds
Richard Ashen (shadow to chair, to deputise for Barbara in her absence)

The AGM of 24th May 2018 elected the following board of Trustees:

Greg Pope (secretary)
Stuart Manning (treasurer)
Narinder Matharoo
Barbara Peck
Marilyn Reynolds
Richard Ashen

After the 30th January 2018 Trustees Meeting, the board of Trustees is:

Greg Pope (secretary, and acting chair until the 2018 AGM)
Stuart Manning (treasurer)
Eva Vidal
Narinder Matharoo
Richard Ashen

Following the Trustees Meeting of 24th August 2015, the Board has been re-organised as follows:

Roy Sutcliffe (chair)
Greg Pope (secretary)
Stuart Manning (treasurer)
Susan Brown 
Narinder Matharoo
Jean Cobb
Richard Ashen
Caroline Wilson 

The  Board of Trustees from 23 May 2015 is:

Susan Brown (chair)
Greg Pope (secretary)
Stuart Manning (treasurer)
Narinder Matharoo
Jean Cobb
Richard Ashen
Roy Sutcliffe (co-opted 2015)
Caroline Wilson (co-opted 2015)

The history of the membership of the Board of Trustees appears below:

The  Board of Trustees for the year  beginning 7th May 2014 was: 

Susan Brown
Narinder Matharoo
Stuart Manning
Greg Pope
Jean Cobb
Debbie Baldwin
Earnest Afriyie
Peter Illes
Richard Ashen

following one resignation and two disqualifications, the Board of Trustees became:

Susan Brown
Narinder Matharoo
Stuart Manning
Greg Pope
Jean Cobb
Richard Ashen

In accordance with the constitution,  two trustees, Narinder Matharoo and Richard Ashen, stood for re-election at the 13th May 2015 Annual General Meeting, and were duly re-elected.

At the Trustees meeting on 15th June 2015, Roy Sutcliffe was co-opted to the Board as a new trustee.