Invitation to Annual General Meeting, Hull City Supporters’ Trust

February 11, 2015

This is formal notification for the 2015 Annual General Meeting of the Hull City Supporters’ Trust (whose registered name is Tigers Co-operative Limited).

The Annual General Meeting will commence at 11:00am on Saturday 21st February 2015.  Doors will open at 10:00am for people that wish to join the Trust in advance of the meeting.  Only shareholders with a valid membership card, or have signed up during the hour beforehand, will be permitted to enter and participate in the meeting.

The meeting will be held at the Edwardian Suite, Mercure Royal Station Hotel, Ferensway, Hull.  The room is adjacent to the ground floor bar area, which will be serving drinks during the meeting.

The purpose of the meeting is to conduct and discuss important business for the Trust going forward:

  • elect a Board of Directors nominated from the current shareholders – this election will be for up to nine board members, and will either require a vote for (if more than nine candidates) or an approval of (if nine or fewer candidates) each person standing. A further email will be sent out shortly on this subject;
  • review the work of the Tigers Co-operative and City Till We Die over the last year, as the two bodies that came together to form the Hull City Supporters’ Trust;
  • review the work of the Trust going forward, including a review by shareholders of the proposed Trust business plan developed by the interim Board;
  • approval of the current financial position of the Trust; and
  • any other business that members wish the general meeting to discuss, which can be raised by any shareholder by notifying the Secretary in advance at

The Trust’s first annual report is here.

If you are unable to attend and wish to tender your apologies, please email the Trust Secretary Mike Scott at

Also please contact Mike if you wish to appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf at the meeting.

We are pleased to confirm that the meeting will be attended by a representative from Co-operative Energy.  She will be on hand to provide you with a no obligation quote that might save you money on your energy bills – bring your current bills with you to see if you could save money.

Hull City Supporters’ Trust has partnered with Co-operative Energy in an effort to promote their ethical, low cost gas and electricity tariffs while helping to increase awareness and raise funding for our Trust.  Co-operative Energy will make a £25 donation to Hull City Supporters Trust for every customer who signs up under our referral.

We look forward to seeing many of you at the Station Hotel on the 21st February.


Mike Scott
Secretary, Hull City Supporters’ Trust