Our AGM day is taking place on Saturday 26th January 2019 at St Alban's Centre, Baldwins Gardens, London, EC1N 7AB.

The AGM is an all-day event.  In the morning we have the annual reports, the presentation of the accounts from the last financial year, as well as the election of the trustees.  After lunch, there are keynote speeches from renowned Camino experts, a chance to peruse our stalls and meet other CSJ members.  If you are not a member of the CSJ you are still welcome to attend the day, but you will not be able to cast a vote in the morning meeting.  Attendance to the day is free, but if you would like to stay for the party in the evening, there is a charge of £6 per person for a selection of hot food prepared on site.  Please see schedule for the day below. If you would like more information, please email the office

10:30am Welcome reception for first-time AGM attendees
11:00am Meet & Greet with all attendees. Tea and coffee available
11:30am Annual General Meeting
12:30pm Refuge Reports
1:00pm Lunch (bring picnic lunch or pubs nearby; drinks available). Opportunity to browse stalls.
2pm Talk: "Literacy, Sanctity and Stumbling to Santiago" - Professor George Greenia, College of William and Mary Williamsburg, VA United States.
3pm Tea break
3:30pm Presentations from visiting Dutch and Danish Confraternities of St James
4pm Members will have the opportunity to talk to local group leaders about activities in their areas
4:30pm Talk: A Coruña and the English Way - Mercedes Carballo, Turismocoruña
5pm DVD screening: Cantata - Pilgrimage, The Way of St James to Compostela by John Read
(5:30pm New Year Party - £6pp)



Confraternity of Saint James,
27 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NY, United Kingdom.
Tel: (+44) (0)20 7928 9988
Company Limited by Guarantee, Registered no. 4096721 — UK Registered Charity no. 1091140
Founded in 1983 to promote the pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela

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