RELBUS AGM – Wed 27 August 7.30pm in Town House, Haddington

27 August, 2014
7:30 pmto9:00 pm

All welcome. We have asked local councillor and North Berwick tour guide David Berry to give a short presentation on the potential to improve public transport links to our fabulous East Lothian tourist attractions. Better connections for tourists also means better connections for local people. Additionally, the AGM will be an opportunity to reflect on last year’s achievements, discuss plans for the next year and strengthen our committee.

New committee volunteers are always needed; less than an hour a month would help enormously. AGM Motions and nominations for committee members should be sent by e-mail ( or by post to arrive by 20th August at 16 West Port, Dunbar, EH42 1BU.

AGM Agenda

  1. Apologies
  2. Minutes of the last AGM (20th August 2013)
  3. Matters arising
  4. Annual Report 2014 (previously circulated)
  5. Financial position (Morag Haddow)
  6. Committee membership
  7. Election of post-holders
  8. Public transport and tourism in East Lothian – making the connection
  9. Presentation by Councillor Dave Berry
  10. The year ahead
  11. Any other business

Ordinary Meeting Agenda (to follow AGM)

  1. Minutes of last meeting (21st May 2014)
  2. Matters arising (including council actions following the Bus Forum)
  3. Bus Users UK/Scotland – update from Gavin Booth (to be confirmed)
  4. Community Rail Partnership update (Harry Barker)
  5. RELBUS input to ELC tendering process (request from Councillor Veitch) (What are the problem areas?)
  6. Current bus issues
  7. Items for the press
  8. Any other business
  9. Date of next meeting

Relbus Meeting 21st May – all welcome

21 May, 2014
7:00 pmto9:00 pm

The next RELBUS meeting will be on Wednesday 21st May in the Buffet Room of the Haddington Town House at 7pm.

Items for the agenda will include:

  • making the charter effective,
  • buses and tourism,
  • feedback from the Bus Users UK AGM, and
  • future administrative arrangements for RELBUS.

I hope you will be able to attend.

Barry Turner, Chair