FOPA : AGM & Annual Party

This year following the AGM on the 13th January 2018 at 6pm, FOPA will be holding the Annual Party from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.

With fizz, soft drinks and canapes along with some great Raffle prizes to be won. Book you ticket at for only £10 per person. Limited numbers available.

21st AGM: 13th January 2018

The Friends of Palmeira and Adelaide Residents Association – 21st Annual General Meeting
Will take place at The Cornerstone Centre at 6pm on Saturday 13th January 2018.

FOPA 20th AGM: 14th January 2017

The Friends of Palmeira and Adelaide Residents Association 20th Annual General Meeting. Will take place at The Cornerstone Centre at 11.30am on Saturday 14th January 2017.

AGM – Saturday 9th January 2016

All FOPA members welcome with coffee and mince pies served from 11am. This is FOPA’s 19th annual general meeting, and as usual will be held in the Cornerstone, with time for Q&As afterwards. The accounts and minutes from last year’s meeting are attached.

Minutes from the AGM 10th Jan 2015

This year’s AGM was an interesting and lively affair.  Many thanks to all the new and familiar faces and debates from everyone. Our Guest Speaker Brendan Mullee provided an overview of the new Community Trigger to help combat anti-social behaviour which was extremely well received. Brighton & Hove website explain this under their ‘Brighton & Hove Cummunity Partnership’, with a direct link to the Community Trigger information, and online referral form.

New committee members needed

A new Committee will be voted in at the AGM in January 2014. FOPA is run solely by volunteer members and all nominations from members with enthusiasm, diplomacy and a sense of humour would be greatly appeciated. We are particularly seeking someone with an interest in Heritage, Planning and Licensing to replace Richard Hawkes who has been with FOPA since formation in 1997 but is now retiring. Please contact us to discuss nomination at

Annual General Meeting 2013

The 16th Annual General Meeting of the Association will take place at the Cornerstone Centre on Saturday 12th January at 11.30am. Our AGM is a usually a very short affair taking no more than 15 minutes, and will be followed by an open discussion on how members would like to see the Association develop. The Notice, Agenda, Annual Report, Annual Accounts and Minutes of the last AGM are attached. Wine and mince pies will be served after the Meeting.