Join us live and online this September

This year, we’re bringing our AGM and National Members’ Day to you live and online. To maximise comfort and enjoyment for our members, we’ll be running these as two separate events over consecutive weekends.

Both events are for members only and are free to join. See below for more details of the events and for instructions on how to register and ensure you have a successful virtual experience on the days of the events.

Charlie Phillips
Award-winning photographer Charlie Phillips is guest speaker at National Members’ Day LIVE © Rebecca Hewitt

National Members' Day LIVE

Saturday 5 September, 1pm – 3.30pm

Hear guest speaker Charlie Phillips talk about his award-winning photography of Scotland’s bottlenose dolphins, and join our reserves team live from two of our coastal reserves as we celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters.


Annual General Meeting

Saturday 12 September, 10.30am – 12 noon

Join us as we celebrate the Trust’s achievements over the previous year and discuss how we have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. We will also announce our new Council members following this year’s election.


How to register and join our virtual events


Use the links above to go to the event page for either the AGM or National Members’ Day LIVE. Once you have completed the registration form, click the ‘register’ button and we’ll take it from there. Once your membership is confirmed, you will receive an email confirmation of your registration to one or both of the events that will include the unique link you will need to use to join the event(s). This is a unique link for you, so please do not share this link with anyone else.

On the day

Here are a few simple guidelines to follow to ensure you have a successful webinar experience:

  • It is best to join the meeting a few minutes before the start time in case your computer needs to prepare for the webinar.
  • When you first join, you will be in a virtual waiting area before you are admitted by staff into the webinar, on or very shortly after the start time.
  • There will be a button you can click to ask questions, and review other people’s questions, and a chat window where you can make comments. You can click a button to raise a ‘virtual hand’ during the proceedings if you want to catch the attention of the chair to speak instead.

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