Restored using sustainable techniques and local, natural materials, the Warehouse at Great Bow Wharf, on the bank of the river Parrett, now serves as a thriving centre for social enterprise, with café, exhibition space and well equipped conference facilities.
The present warehouse was built in the early 1800s to serve the Parrett Navigation Company for trading salt and corn. However there has clearly been a wharf here for centuries before that; Langport is mentioned in the Domesday Book by the name of 'Lanporth' - thought to mean the 'long port' by some, or the 'long marketplace' by others.
Refreshments to be served on arrival
· Welcome and introduction of attendees
· Minutes of previous AGM
· Chair’s report
· Secretary’s report SBA
· Financial report
· Election of committee and additional trustees