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Changes at Leisure Trust - Will New Board Members Be Less Secretive ?
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Re: Changes at Leisure Trust - Will New Board Members Be Less Secretive ? 2 months, 3 weeks ago #7

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RM64 wrote:
From the 4 December 2018 Trust Board Meeting Minutes(published after the 26 February 2019 meeting)-

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Resignations

The two longest serving members of the Board of Trustees, the Chair, Jim Wilson and Professor Grant Jarvie have come to the end of the four year tenure for Board members.

Professor Jarvie will remain as a Board member.

Jim Wilson is standing down with advice from the Board as to when the best time to leave is, giving as much notice as possible to allow for a seamless transition.

The Chair was advised that a three month lead in to his departure will allow ERCLT to seek candidates for nomination to the Board of Trustees.

The Chair will remain on the Board until the end of the next Board meeting on 26 February 2019, serving the full four years on the Board.

The Chair paid tribute to Brian Davidson, the former Board member and Chair of the Finance, Audit & Risk Committee who resigned from the Board of Trustees on 9 September 2019.



OK -

December 2018 - Minutes above.

9 September 2019 Brian Davidson resigned.

So either the meeting in December 2018 predicted his resignation nine months ahead, although it said he had resigned, so more likely he resigned in September 2018, not 2019.

"come to the end of the four year tenure for Board members".

Yet Mr Davidson resigned in September 2018 having joined at the same time as Professor Jarvie, who was not due to leave until the end of the four years in February 2019.

Re: Changes at Leisure Trust - Will New Board Members Be Less Secretive ? 2 months, 3 weeks ago #8

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Have these minutes been altered ?

If so? could this be to cover the fact that at the time of resignation (early) we were informed he had resigned for personal reasons, at the exact time that the leisure trust were coming under criticism in relation to losing money hand over fist.

As far as I am aware there were no concerns regarding Mr Wilson, there appeared to be concerns regarding the trust and its Chief Executive.
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