News 2020


Title:  Brief Report on our Annual General Meeting 2020
Date:  25/06/2020

Brief Report on our Annual General Meeting 2020


The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Mountaineering Ireland was held online on 24th June 2020. Almost 50 members participated in the meeting, including delegates from the following Clubs:

  • Arklow and Wicklow Hillwalkers
  • Beanna Beola Hillwalking Club
  • Blarney Walking Group
  • Blayney Ramblers
  • Clare Outdoor Club
  • Cumann Siul Cois Coiribe
  • Cork Youth Climbing Club
  • Dublin Cliffhangers Youth Climbing Club
  • Galtee Walking Club
  • Galway Walking Club
  • Glencree Walkers
  • Glenwalk
  • Irish Mountaineering Club
  • Irish Ramblers Club
  • Kick Ass Adventures
  • Mid Tipp Hillwalkers
  • Midleton Hillwalking Club
  • Na Sléibhte Hillwalking Club
  • New Ross Ramblers
  • Peaks Mountaineering Club
  • Queens University Belfast Mountaineering Club
  • Rosway Walkers
  • Skerries Walking Club
  • Swilly Hiking Club
  • The Trekkers Mountaineering Club

The main business of the meeting was the approval of the company's Financial Statements for 2019 and the election of Noel Caffrey, a member of the Irish Mountaineering Club, to be a Director of the Board. The AGM also agreed to grant full membership to the following eight Clubs; 

  1. NCIC Community Climbers
  2. South East Climbing Club
  3. Red Cow Mountaineering Club
  4. Trekking NI
  5. Queens University Belfast Mountaineering Club
  6. Knocklyon Hillwalking Club
  7. Valeo Hiking Club
  8. New Ross Ramblers

The Board extends its thanks to the members who participated in the AGM and those who viewed it live on Youtube and to the staff team who organised all the logistics for our first ever online AGM. A recording of the meeting can be viewed by following this link: 



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