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Last updated on 13 April 2017
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Guidance on how to write minutes, including writing style, avoiding jargon, and recording items like decisions being taken and meeting attendance.

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Contents

  1. Style of language
  2. Recording discussion
  3. Structure of a minute
  4. Numbering of minutes
  5. Recording attendance of non-governors

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