IC Council News

July 2022
IC AGM 2022

IC AGM 2022

It was the first AGM held back in person since 2019, returning to the recent traditions of hosting it at the National Tennis Centre in London, on the middle Sunday of Wimbledon.

With over 35 delegates present, there was much excitement to see friends from across the oceans back in person. This allowed for some greater sharing and debate, and importantly excitement to increase events and IC fixtures.

The agenda covered the financials, events round up and match management, the latest business returns for all of the IC clubs, and the expanding IC Philanthropy. For further information and the documents from the AGM, please log in to the members section of the IC Council website. Each IC’s President and Honorary Secretary has these details and can share any information or answer any questions you may have.

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