A computer screen showing the RMetS logo and AGM 2021

Royal Meteorological Society AGM open for registration

12 May 2021

This year’s AGM will be taking place on Monday 7 June at 1.30 pm (BST) and the event is now open for registration.

As with last year’s event, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the AGM will once again be hosted virtually where you can join either via a web link or via a telephone.

The AGM programme was circulated to members as an insert in the April issue of Weather and other relevant documents such as the Annual Accounts and Report for 2020, are also available under ‘Meeting Resources’ on the events page.

We would encourage all members to join us for our AGM so please register by Friday 4 June and joining instructions will be emailed ahead of the event. If you have any questions please contact the Society on 0118 2080 142 or email info@rmets.org

The full AGM programme is as follows:

  1. 2020 minutes and actions 
  2. Election of Officers and Members of Council for 2021/2022
  3. Proposed Amendments to the By-Laws
  4. Report of Council for the year 2020
    1. A report on the work of the Society in 2020.
    2. Report by the Treasurer on the 2020 Accounts, the adoption of the Accounts and the proposed re-election of Porter Garland as Auditors.
    3. Questions to the Chief Executive and Council Members
  5. Any other business

Please visit the events page for further information and supporting documents.

Register your attendance

Virtual Panel Event: Professional Accreditation

Immediately following our AGM, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a panel-led workshop that will give you an overview of the Society’s professional accreditation programmes.

If you would like to know more about how the Society supports and promotes the importance of professional accreditation and Fellowship or are thinking about applying, then please join us.

Our panel of experts will explain how being a Fellow, chartered or registered meteorologist, has added value to them, both from a personal perspective, as well as the advantages it has brought to their organisations.

For those wanting to apply, you will learn what the Society can offer, details about the application form and process, along with hints and tips about where to find the resources to get you started.

Learn everything you need to know by booking your place at the AGM. This free workshop will follow the AGM starting at 2.35 pm (BST) for approximately 50 minutes.