Grand Reforms – Change of Day

Following a proposal by the External Convener, A. R. Griffiths .Esq to the Executive Committee it has been decided in unanimity that the Debating Union will now no longer meet on a Tuesday evening. This decision was taken by the office bearers in response to a growing number of clashes with the meetings of other societies on a Tuesday evening and in an effort to attract more new members the committee surmised that the Union ought to meet on a different day of the week which would present fewer clashes with other societies. Therefore the Executive Committee makes the following decree:

From this day forward Aberystwyth Debating Union shall cease to meet in full session to conduct business on the second day of the week, called Tuesday. Rather by virtue of the authority vested in the Executive Committee, Aberystwyth Debating Union will henceforth convene upon  the fourth day of the week, called Thursday, to transact business regularly brought before the meetings.


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