Notification of CPCWs Annual General Meeting AND Special General Meeting



This is notification that the LPC will be holding its

Annual General Meeting (AGM) AND a Special General Meeting (SGM)
on Wednesday 15 September 2021
at 1.30pm – 2.30pm
(join LPC members for lunch at 12.30pm – please email us to book your place by Tuesday 7 September)
at the Best Western Forest Hills Hotel, Overton Drive, Frodsham, WA6 6HH

The AGM and SGM will be followed immediately by an update on the Review Steering Group (RSG) from Stephen Thomas (RSG member and CPCW member) and Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework (CPCF) progress from Adam Irvine (CPCW CEO).


  • Welcome from Dane Stratton Powell, LPC Chair
  • Approval of the minutes of the AGM held on 23 September 2020
  • Chairman’s Report – Dane Stratton Powell, LPC Chair
  • Financial Declarations (1 April 2020 – 31 March 2021) – Dr Ian Cubbin, LPC Treasurer
  • Employee Report
  • Special General Meeting
  • Questions

Special General Meeting Item

This special meeting of contractors is being called to amend the LPC Constitution to allow the Committee to delay the elections for LPC membership by one year. Currently Members Term of Office expire on 31 March 2022.

However, proposals for change about the future model of local and national contractor representation and support are likely to be put to a contractor vote within the next year. For this reason, the Committee considers that the elections should be delayed until later in the year when the new model of support has been determined by the sector. To achieve this, we propose to amend the Constitution of Community Pharmacy Cheshire & Wirral LPC (CPCW) as follows:

  • Proposal 1: To delay the LPC Elections by 12 months to 2023
    • Existing Clause – 13. Term of Office
      Subject to paragraphs 14 and 16, members of the Committee shall hold office from 1 April in the year of the election or appointment for a period of 4 years.
    •  New Clause – 13. Term of Office
      Subject to paragraphs 14 and 16, members of the Committee shall hold office from 1 April in the year of the election or appointment for a period of 4 years. [Except that the term of office starting on 1 April 2022 shall be postponed until 1 April 2023 and current LPC members shall hold office for a period of 5 years.]
  • Proposal 2: To add the following Definition to the LPC constitution
    “Meeting” means a gathering of people for the purpose of making decisions or discussing committee objectives and operations. Meetings may take place face-to-face, virtually or a hybrid of both.

Annual Report, Financial Declarations and Voting

The Annual Report and audited Financial Declarations can be viewed on our website by following this link

On this website page you will also be able to download a voting form – this form permits pharmacy contractors* to cast a vote whether to approve the accounts and the proposed changes to the LPC Constitution should they be unable to attend the Annual General Meeting.

* If you are a member of a CCA company the voting papers have been sent directly to your head office for their attention and no further action is required by yourselves.